Boot Error - Unable to get our ip address: no "IP_ADDR" variable set

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Mar 31st, 2008
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This is a 1310 running 124-10b that I just got (Refurb). I didn't watch the bootup before upgrading IOS on it, however my other 1310 does not have this issue, which is running the same IOS level. Right before boot is executed on startup, I get the following:


Unable to get our ip address: no "IP_ADDR" variable set


The system has been encountered and error initializing

tftp file system. The system is ignoring the error and

continuing boot. If you interrupt the system boot process,

the following commands will set IP_ADDR, DEFAULT_ROUTER

and NETMASK environment variables, initializing tftp file

system, and finish loading the operating system software:


set IP_ADDR

set DEFAULT_ROUTER

set NETMASK

tftp_init


It then continues with the boot process and all seems well. I would feel more comfortable obviously not having these messages before I deploy.


thanks,

Keith

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spdracers Mon, 03/31/2008 - 20:53
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Well, I feel pretty dumb... I just set the IP_ADDR, DEFAULT_ROUTER, and NETMASK variables, reset and no errors.

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