We just had a NM-CUE module fail and then discovered the support contract had lapsed. To make matters worse we don't have any current backups!
We procured a used NM-CUE, installed it and booted it up. It looks good, came up with CUE 3.1.1. I was not sure what had failed on the other module so I had them install the hard drive from the failed module onto the replacement module. It appears to be reading the hard drive because it displays my login module when I connect to it via "service-module se1/0 session". However, it is stuck in a boot loop. The last thing I see before it restarts the boot process is this:
verifysignature_md5, Orig MD5 hash generated during encryption:fe24c93147f6946e5302d6bee3c2afb7
signatures do not match...
Invalid Kernel Signature !!!
Corrupted bzImage detected
CISCO_BL: boot_image: 0x1200000
Is there any way around this? If not, is there any way to recover the configuration from the hard drive through a helper image maybe? Or can the drive be read by a PC?
Resolving this is complicated by the fact that the 3825 is in Mexico. The network support guy doesn't speak english and I don't speak spanish. But if necessary I have someone there who is technically competent and also speaks english.
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