When I get to step 9., Enter "n" at the prompt to abort the initial configuration dialog., I never notice the prompt. Is the prompt a timing thing such as when attempting to boot a system into safe mode, or with the startup process pause for step 9.? Also, the startup goes into a process of attempting to download config files from a default tftp server that does not exist on our network, at least not anymore.
I understand what you're saying, but I thought that was the point of renaming the configuration file that was in flash memory. I guess I also just thought this would go smoother given it is a Cisco document for the specified hardware.
What was the output of the command "dir flash:" entered at step 6?
As the previous poster said it dose not look like you switch is attempting to boot using the IOS in flash. Alternatively there may be no IOS in flash or the configuration register is set incorrectly and is looking to boot from a tftp server.
Sorry for the delayed response, I wanted to wait for the weekend to get back into the switch(s).
The the flash directory consists of:
-config.old (which I had renamed from config.text)
I would assume the private-config.text file is the culprit here. That being said, I would think I should rename config.old to config.text, and then rename private-config.text to private-config.old to proceed with the password recovery process?
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