Re: how to copy a new IOS to a cat 6500 when in rommon
Download the IOS you want to use to your laptop. Copy it to the pcmcia card, which you should have, from your 6k. Verify the file using a MD5 verification tool (there are many free ones out there). After that, install the card back to the 6k, do a dir flash: from the Rommon> prompt, or a dir disk0: verify the file is in the flash drive. Then, from a Rommon> do a boot (flash/disk0:) (filename.bin) exactly as it is listed in the flash drive. It will boot blah blah blah... Once the image is loaded and you are in running-config, do the following
dir disk0: (verify the image is on the pcmcia card)
boot system disk0: (image name exactly as it appears in flash .bin)
wr mem (or copy run start)
reload the router, make sure it comes back up... That should be it. Quick and easier than xTerm
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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