Configuration information resides in these two places when the Multilayer Switch Feature Card (MSFC) operates:
The default configuration always remains available. NVRAM retains the information even when the power is shut down. However, the current information is lost if the system power is shut down.
For more information, refer to Performing General Startup Tasks section of Catalyst 6000 Family MSM Install/Config Note.
To sync the NVRAM in the ROM Monitor (ROMmon) mode, perform these steps:
Note: This procedure erases the configuration on the NVRAM, so the switch comes up with a default configuration.
This is an example:
msfc3#:copy run tftpmsfc3#:erase startmsfc3#:copy tftp startmsfc3#:reload (to ROMmon)rommon 1 >setrommon 2 >CONFIG_FILE=rommon 3 >syncrommon 3 >reset