p.ambedkar at gmail
Apr 10, 2012, 11:04 PM
Post #5 of 5
Thanks to all who have responded.
Brandon Ewing: Special Thanks to You. I have checked the battery voltage,
it is showing 0.5V, 0.005V, almost 0V. This is the reason for the problem
Actually what happened, when i started the switch, it was showing NVRAM
corrupted, my whole concentration was diverted and i spent a lot time to
rescue the NVRAM. But finally, the problem is with battery, when it is
started it is not having any data, that's why it is showing NVRAM Corrupted.
The batteries are not available form local shop, so it is taking time to
test two switches (8 batteries).
I will come back after complete test.
Thanks to all
On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 7:18 PM, Brandon Ewing <nicotine [at] warningg> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 02, 2012 at 01:37:38PM +0530, Ambedkar wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am having a Cisco 6509 sup-2 switch which is booting properly. When i
> > diagnose it says NVRAM area is corrupted and initializing to default
> > values. Every time i need to boot manually.
> > Any solution regarding the NVRAM.
> > Where can i find the NVRAM on the supervisor board, is there any chance
> > replace with new NVRAM memory.
> > Thanks
> > Bye
> > Ambi.
> First thing I'd do is replace the watch battery that's on the board -- a
> dead battery can cause this issue as well.
> I don't know the type of battery on a Sup2 off the top of my head, but you
> should be able to get one from your local electronics store.
> Brandon Ewing (
> nicotine [at] warningg)
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