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Aug 31st, 2009
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Hi, i just put a new E1 card in Router, and i rebooted it, but its stuck in a loop, i can only see this output on console.

can any one help?


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Corrected ECC from L2 cache or memory: 0xc0dc0000

0x00100208A0 = 0x00000000

0x00100208A8 = 0x00000000

0x00100208B0 = 0x00000002

0x00100208B8 = 0x00010000

0x00100208C0 = 0x00000000

0x00100208C8 = 0x000000ff

CPO_ECC (reg 26/0): 0x00000000

CPO_ECC (reg 26/1): 0x10a20000

CPO_CACHERI (reg 27/0): 0x000010a0

CPO_CACHERD (reg 27/1): 0x00001600

CPO_CCHEDPA (reg 27/3): 0x00001600


and then all of this info again and again.


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Edison Ortiz Mon, 08/31/2009 - 09:38
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Please provide the part number on that E1 module as well as the show version from the router in question.

paolo bevilacqua Mon, 08/31/2009 - 10:01
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Edison, the router doesn't boot, how he can provide IOS information ?


Ahamad: remove alls cards and memory for router. Re-insert memory back. Check if it can boot. If it can, try re-inserting cards again. If it cannot, router is faulty and must be replaced.

Edison Ortiz Mon, 08/31/2009 - 10:12
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Paolo, I was assuming that removing the E1 module will return the router to its previous state - in other words, he should be able to boot. Looking back, I should said that on my original message.


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ahmad82pkn Mon, 08/31/2009 - 12:56
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Removing all cards and rebooting didnt help out :-s

Leo Laohoo Mon, 08/31/2009 - 14:08
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Can you interrupt this so you can go into rommon?

paolo bevilacqua Mon, 08/31/2009 - 14:10
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Unlikely, it's an hardware caused crash.

Peter Paluch Tue, 09/01/2009 - 13:15
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Hello,


This line from the output is probably the indication of the problem:


Corrected ECC from L2 cache or memory: 0xc0dc0000


There seems to be a problem either with the cache or the RAM modules. If possible, try to remove and reinstall the memory module just in case it became somehow loose (you will need to open the router chassis for that). Eventually, if you have a similar router, try swapping the RAM modules to see if the problem goes away. If this does not help then I am afraid we're out of options :-\


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ahmad82pkn Wed, 09/02/2009 - 12:35
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I Tried re seating Memory and changing the slot. it didnt help.

i don't have same router my bad, i have asked a vendor if they can provide me RAM for testing, lets hope. but i couldnt find cache module, i guess its built in board.


will keep you guys posted.

Thanx for the suggestions so far :)

Danilo Dy Tue, 09/01/2009 - 20:13
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Quote: "i just put a new E1 card in Router, and i rebooted it"


Did you mean to say, you plug the card while the router is power on?

ahmad82pkn Wed, 09/02/2009 - 12:36
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Nops :) it was turned of, its not first time me doing this activity, but it was a bad day :)

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