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Error auto command line appears in new switch boot. How can it be ?

 

I bought a new CISCO switch. It's new product in the Cisco product box.

But when I boot it first, unknown command line appears.(see attached screenshots)

1. Is it normal new product or used product ?

2. I heard the answer from the seller. He said ' When making product in cisco company(factory),

    they test the product in the end of the process, so it's normal situation

    and the command line is maked at that time '

    But I cannot believe the seller's answer. Is it true ?

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VIP Purple

Hi

Hi

did it come brand new in a box ?

check the dir is there a config file in there can you post it  , if there is see if its complete you can see it with below whoc will display if there was a configuration saved to it  before

more flash:config.text

Sounds like they gave you a switch that was already configured or used somewhere and didn't wipe it properly

I have never seen a cisco switch come with any config like that new out of box

The config that you show in the screenshot though does like some form of auto macro config for a voice phone , but that would still need to be setup previously , it wouldn't be default set in config

So short answer is no , its not normal , I would check if there was config already on it in dir to see if any indication of config file  , if not change the ios you may be triggering a bug that's deploying a macro somehow  in that version

when it boots up finally is there config on the actual running-config ?

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VIP Purple

Hi

Hi

did it come brand new in a box ?

check the dir is there a config file in there can you post it  , if there is see if its complete you can see it with below whoc will display if there was a configuration saved to it  before

more flash:config.text

Sounds like they gave you a switch that was already configured or used somewhere and didn't wipe it properly

I have never seen a cisco switch come with any config like that new out of box

The config that you show in the screenshot though does like some form of auto macro config for a voice phone , but that would still need to be setup previously , it wouldn't be default set in config

So short answer is no , its not normal , I would check if there was config already on it in dir to see if any indication of config file  , if not change the ios you may be triggering a bug that's deploying a macro somehow  in that version

when it boots up finally is there config on the actual running-config ?

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