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Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

I have a ISR 2811 with NME-AIR-WLC6-K9 WLAN controller. I have problem
booting the WLAN controller.  When I try to have an access to the module (service-module
Integrated-service-engine 1/0 session), it keep rebooting with the message :
Booting from Secure primary boot loader..., please wait.

I enter the ServicesEngine boot-loader (***) and I try to boot with chainloader this is
what I got : 
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got meta list size: 1, 28, 75, 249
in grub_open: (hd0,1)/boot/grub/menu.lst
unable to open file: (hd0,1)/boot/grub/menu.lst
in grub_open: (hd0,1)+1
in boot func: kt: 0
Unable to boot image
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I try to boot with secondary Image and I got the same thing.

Finaly I try the boot helper with a tftp server and the image : AIR-WLCM-K9-5-1-151-0.aes
and it said, the file was download but it said :

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ServicesEngine boot-loader> boot helper
nw_boot: 0 AIR-WLCM-K9-5-1-151-0.aes
Me: 192.168.50.222, Server: 172.24.48.188, Gateway: 192.168.50.254
Loading AIR-WLCM-K9-5-1-151-0.aes
Dbg: Final image size: 46460908

bryce_load_cisco_chain_load: 1 0
cisco_cl_addr: 0x10019c0
bryce_load_cisco_chain_load: 1 1
loader_addr: 0x1200000
Cisco BootLoader start
verify_netboot_img
Invalid signature hdr
imgaddr[0]: 0x2,
imgaddr[1]: 0x??????<4, Ä
imgaddr[2]: 0x??????>?, ï
imgaddr[3]: 0x18,
imgaddr[4]: 0x0,
imgaddr[5]: 0x0,
imgaddr[6]: 0x0,
imgaddr[7]: 0x18,
imgaddr[8]: 0x2,
imgaddr[9]: 0x??????<4, Ä
imgaddr[10]: 0x??????>?, ï
imgaddr[11]: 0x24, $
imgaddr[12]: 0x0,
imgaddr[13]: 0x0,
imgaddr[14]: 0x0,
imgaddr[15]: 0x0,
imgaddr[16]: 0x0,
imgaddr[17]: 0x0,
imgaddr[18]: 0x0,
imgaddr[19]: 0x28, (
imgaddr[20]: 0x45, E
imgaddr[21]: 0x78, x
imgaddr[22]: 0x65, e
imgaddr[23]: 0x63, c
imgaddr[24]: 0x75, u
Corrup
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And it keeps rebooting...

The compactflash of the NME-AIR-WMC6 have been removed and replaced.

How can I reinstall the correct boot image ???

thanks

Emile Archambault
6 REPLIES

Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

If you're hitting the grub prompt, the easiest answer is going to be to RMA the device.

Steve

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Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

You can install the correct boot image in an empty flash, by assiging the IP address to the service port. But for this you will require a special image which the TAC may b able to provide

Regards

Nikhil

Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

Nikhil,

        This is possible, so long as the engineer knows where to get the three files, how to upload them, and most importantly that it works.  I've recovered a couple of them with the three file upgrade in my tenure, and i've seen it not work as well.

Steve

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Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

Steve,

      "so long as the engineer knows where to get the three files, how to upload them, and most importantly that it works"

I agree with this completely.

I have tried just once, and found it working.

NikhiL

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Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

Hi Steve,

can I find on Cisco documentation web site some info about those files and how to upload them and everythings...

regards,

Émile

Re: Problem boot NME-AIR-WLC6

No ti get the files you have to open a TAC case and have them Special File Publish them.

Steve

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