I have a uBR7100 and after the IOS upgrade last week whenever it reboots I would get the prompt of 'router(boot)'...after some troubleshooting it was decided by someone else that I had a bad image file, to get a different one. I did that this weekend and after the upgrade this morning, was greeted yet again by the 'Router(boot)' prompt. What causes the prompt to show this?
You still are not running the correct image , (disk0:c7100-ik9s-mz.123-12e.bin) you have an image for a 7100 vpn router and you have a ubr7100 , not the same . You have 2 threads for the same problem in here. Until you get the correct image it won't boot. I'm not sure the ubr supports SSH or not the images do not indicate they do but i could be wrong . In any event the image has to look like this, the one you have now is not correct. I did not see any K9 images for this device.
With all due respect, I do believe that you are wrong. The flash card is not in slot 1. Please look at the 7100 and confirm what is in slot 1.
And I believe that this message (as I have indicated before) shows that the flash card is recognized and is ok:
47040K bytes of ATA PCMCIA card at slot 0 (Sector size 512 bytes).