Re: 7200VXR only boots after a CPU reset
- From: bod43 <Bod43@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 22:24:31 -0700 (PDT)
On 26 May, 19:46, ttripp <ttr...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On May 26, 11:10 am, kampioen07 <yanu...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 26 mei, 15:40, ttripp <ttr...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a test lab with two 7206VXR routers which I've been using for
several months now. One of the routers is behaving oddly; if I issue
a reset command from enable, it will reset, but then hang, failing to
load IOS and not responding to the break key. If I power cycle the
router, I get the same thing. However, if I press the recessed CPU
reset button on the front, the router reports the CPU reset and boots
I thought this might be a confreg setting, but I set it to 0x2102, and
I get the same issue.
As I said, this router used to not do this; it just started doing it
recently. I've not changed the IOS, and my second 7206XVR, which is
identical, does not exhibit this behavior.
Does anyone know what might be causing this? It's more of an
annoyance than a problem, but I sure don't want to run into this on
the CCIE Lab and not have a solution. Than
It can be becouse of the boot variables..Maybe you can provide the
output that you get.
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Turns out, the boot image was missing from the bootflash: file
system. No idea what happened to it, but I just copied from the
working router to the defective one, and everything's good now.
Just "by the way". If you choose you can just boot the
IOS image without bothering to boot the "boot"
image first. The boot image can be used to either do a
tftp boot or to load a standard flash based image.
It's years since I have looked at this stuff but I think I may be
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