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Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

I cann't to import image from two devices (cat3560 and cisco2600) to the software repository:-( For Cat3560 is error message: SWIM0036: Could not add this image to software repository. For Cisco2600 is error message following: SWIM1124: Failed to copy the image from Flash due to the reason - copyInvalidServerAddress :invalid server address specified.

Retry the operation. If the problem persists, check the Bug Toolkit application for any known issues on the running image version. The credentials for these devices are OK. I tried to delete and add this devices to the LMS, but the problem still occurs. Thank you for your help. Roman

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Re: Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

The problem with the 3560 is that the vty line is timing out. Add "exec-timeout 0 0" to your vty lines, and this problem will go away.

The 2600 could be an SNMP bug on the device, or it could be a configuration issue. RME is telling the router to copy its running image to 10.28.63.254. Is this the correct IP address for the RME server? Can you perform a manual TFTP from the router to the RME server?

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New Member

Re: Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

here is the attachment.

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Re: Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

Just a quick skim on the configs showed me that you're dealing with a DMZ'd enviromnment. You'll need to check the firewall rulebase for permission from the ciscoworks server to the device with protocol TFTP. Addtionally check to see if the device is NAT'd with anything other than a SNAT (static NAP).

Cisco Employee

Re: Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

The problem with the 3560 is that the vty line is timing out. Add "exec-timeout 0 0" to your vty lines, and this problem will go away.

The 2600 could be an SNMP bug on the device, or it could be a configuration issue. RME is telling the router to copy its running image to 10.28.63.254. Is this the correct IP address for the RME server? Can you perform a manual TFTP from the router to the RME server?

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Re: Could not add this image to software repository in LMS 2.6

Thank you for your help. For now it is working:-) Roman

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