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MPLS supporting Routers

Hi,

Can someone tell  me please if 2650 and 2620 support MPLS ?

If yes what IOS version should i download?

Thanks

mahesh

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1-Make sure you DO NOT reboot the router.  Now that you don't have an image if you reboot the router will go to Rommon

2-Can you ping the TFTP server from the router?

3-Can you ping the router from the TFTP server?

4-Did you turn on TFTP server on your PC/laptop?

Reza

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Hi Reza,

Thanks for the reply.

I only have cisco channel partner access.

is there any other website i can download that software?

thanks

mahesh

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Hi Mahesh,

You need a CCO account with valid smartnet contract to download IOS. The 2600 series is very old and unless you have extended warranty through Cisco, you can't put any IOS on it. I don't know what the channel partner account give you access to.

HTH

Reza

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MPLS supporting Routers

Hi Reza,

Thanks i was  able to download the software to my PC.

Do you any TFTP  server from where i can copy the IOS  to the router?

Thanks

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Hi,

I deleted the old flash from Router but unable to upgrade the IOS

getting this error

2620Router#copy tftp://192.168.20.17/c2600-j1s3-mz.123-26.bin flash:
Destination filename [c2600-j1s3-mz.123-26.bin]?
Accessing tftp://192.168.20.17/c2600-j1s3-mz.123-26.bin...
%Error opening tftp://192.168.20.17/c2600-j1s3-mz.123-26.bin (Timed out)


2620Router#sh flash

System flash directory:
No files in System flash
[0 bytes used, 16252924 available, 16252924 total]
16384K bytes of processor board System flash (Read/Write)

I am using solarwinds TFTP server.

Need help

thanks

mahesh

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mahesh

1-Make sure you DO NOT reboot the router.  Now that you don't have an image if you reboot the router will go to Rommon

2-Can you ping the TFTP server from the router?

3-Can you ping the router from the TFTP server?

4-Did you turn on TFTP server on your PC/laptop?

Reza

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MPLS supporting Routers

Hi Reza,

Many thanks for reply.

There was no connectivity between router and TFTP  server which  was on Laptop.

Router was not on my network.

I did the config on the router and after that i was able to upgrade the IOS on the router.

Thanks

mahesh

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This means that your router cannot contact the TFTP server.  Most likely caused by firewall or something.

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One other show stopper. Since he is x many hops away, the last router to the destination will most likely need an IP helper address to the tftp server.

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