Hi; I am doing an IOS upgrade for cisco 7609-s series, I uploaded the IOS in the disk0: and instructed the router to boot with this new IOS software. The router did boot with the new IOS but upon running the #sh redundancy states command, I get the following results.Peer state disabled.
Myrouter#sh redundancy state my state = 13 -ACTIVE peer state = 1 -DISABLED Mode = Simplex Unit = Primary Unit ID = 5
Redundancy Mode (Operational) = sso Redundancy Mode (Configured) = sso Redundancy State = Non Redundant Maintenance Mode = Disabled Communications = Down Reason: Simplex mode
Since the location of the active supervisor card's IOS is located in the "disk0:", then it's as simple as ejecting the CF (pray the supervisor card is not reloaded, crashes, or has a power outage) and take it to the other supervisor card that's currently in ROMmon and issue the statement "boot disk0:IOS.bin".
The reason is probably because you only copied the new IOS to the ACTIVE supervisor card's CF and did not copy the same file to the secondary card's CF.
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