Bret.Jaquish at navistar
Nov 2, 2009, 6:12 AM
Post #2 of 2
If it is stuck in "boot" mode, then the router is "halfway booted"
Here is what you need to do:
Verify the "boot helper image" matches with the main IOS image:
Show disk0: (or whatever disk you have the image on)
Show bootflash: shows a XD image
Show disk0: shows a "T" train image
They would be incompatible.
This document is pretty good at explaining the images.
The bootflash image needs to be the right version to support all of the interface modules (PA) installed in the chassis.
Hope this helps,
From: cisco-ubr-bounces [at] puck [mailto:cisco-ubr-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of LeeRNorman1 [at] aol
Sent: Sunday, November 01, 2009 1:15 PM
To: cisco-ubr [at] puck
Subject: [c-ubr] uBR7246VXR - RJ45
Greetings from the Dallas area -
I have a uBR7246VXR with a uBR7200-I/O-FE (I/O Controller) that I can't get up & running.
1. The RJ45-jack does not respond, nor does the LED beside it. When I go into "Config Terminal" mode to assign the media-type as RJ45, I get a error. But it will stay in MII (media-type) mode.
2. The uBR7246VXR boots up in "boot-mode". It's stuck in boot-mode. I've done the "confreg" thing, doesn't work. How do I format a flash-disk if it won't recognize the slot &/or disk?
Lee R. Norman.
972-736-3380 - hm-ofc.
508-527-0370 - mobile
972-767-3740 - fax
LeeRNorman1 [at] aol<http://mail/>
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