This videos shows how to restore a Cisco Nexus 5000/2000 series or Cisco Nexus 3000 series switch from the loader> prompt.
-load kickstart from TFTP server, when not present on bootflash:
-copy kickstart and system images from a TFTP/FTP server
-load system image
-finish the install with install all
I am facing a problem, I am using the tftpd64 TFTP server and trying to load my image to the N6K. It loads the image, Put right in the end it gives me this comment : TFTP ERROR 0 ( CODE ERROR)
So I am stuck in that, tried to change setting so many times, and I noticed in the TFTP server log views that there is a block Ack#d....
Any idea what to do?
Your help will be appreciated
Thanks for the info. Helped me.
Terrific, very helpful!
I connected to mgmt0 port, changed IP & GW at loader. But still can't get file to upload. Im not able to ping my Mac to mgmt0 IP. Is there something I'm missing?
I am also having the same issue with N5K, not able to ping the mgmt0 from my laptop where the tftp srv.
What is the problem? did you find any solution?
Thanks for your information.
i've recently faced this issue, so i'm posting the walkthrough in TXT. hope this helps.
I'm getting the same error trying to tftp the image to a 5548. It loads the image, but in the end it gives error: TFTP ERROR 0 ( CODE ERROR).
Were you able to solve this issue?
Did you ever figure out what this issue was? I'm at the loader prompt and was able to set the IP,GW and mask but am unable to ping mgmt0 as well.
its been a long time since you posted, but maybe if you try by FTP ( bin mode). Its faster and easier.
Must be in ftp bin mode, otherwise the image might get corrupted.
I was getting the TFTP ERROR 0 ( CODE ERROR) when connecting the switch locally to my PC and using TFTP64. I ultimately ended up connecting the nexus 5548 to our production network and tftp'ing the image from our solarwinds server running on window 2008 and was able to successfully load the image onto the switch. I couldn't speak to why it worked from the solarwinds server and not my windows PC, perhaps something w/the security settings on my PC. Hope this helps.
mgmt0 when in loader prompt is not reachable by ICMP. Until you use tftp command you will not even see MAC address behind port where mgmt0 is connected. It's normal situation
I faced issue on my N5k when I got into boot prompt.
The mgmt0 IP address was unchanged and same as I set in loader prompt but tftp and telnet still showed "Network is unreachable".
To resolve this I jumped to configuration mode and configured IP address and default gateway one more time using exact the same values as before.
Hope this helps someone.
i am facing the same problem. the nexus 7000 boot from loader>
i have follow this step but find error like this :
loader> boot tftp://172.16.1.1/n7000-s2-kickstart.6.2.14.bin Found i82576 [3:0.0] at 0x2020, ROM address 0x7d80Probing...[i82576]Management portEthernet addr: E4:C7:22:16:D1:A8Link UP in 1000/full modeAddress: 172.16.1.2Netmask: 255.255.255.0Server: 0.0.0.0Gateway: 172.16.1.1Address: 172.16.1.2Netmask: 255.255.255.0Server: 0.0.0.0Gateway: 172.16.1.1Address: 172.16.1.2Netmask: 255.255.255.0Server: 172.16.1.1Gateway: 172.16.1.1 Filesystem type is tftp, using whole diskBooting: /n7000-s2-kickstart.6.2.14.bin console=ttyS0,9600n8nn quiet loader_ver="4.1.9".................................................................................................................Retry 1: Congestion or cable issueRetry 1: Congestion or cable issueRetry 1: Congestion or cable issueRetry 1: Congestion or cable issueRetry 1: Congestion or cable issue
need your advice thanks
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