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2650 XM

On Cisco 2650 XM there was IOS 12.1.14 IP PLUS.

My customer has wanted to install IOS 12.2.12a (the last).

Now I see that is impossible to enter command partition 2 24 24.

Why ?

thanks

Lorenzo

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Re: 2650 XM

Hi Lorenzo, does sho ver report 48M flash or the default 16M?

If showing only 16M then you are probably trying to use a 32M 5V simm.

The XM series require 3.3V flash devices.

Please see the following link. It details memory type requirements and identifying part numbers.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_installation_and_configuration_guide09186a008007e1fb.html#59237

Hope this helps.

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Re: 2650 XM

hi,

my router has 48M to flash.

bye

Lorenzo

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Re: 2650 XM

Ok, the correct syntax for the partition command is, from global configuration mode,

Router(config)#partition flash 2 24 24

Regards

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Re: 2650 XM

The router with IOS 12.2.(12a) doesn't accept this command.

It takes only#partition "word" 1 (32-48).

bye

Bronze

Re: 2650 XM

Hi, can you post a sho flash, sho boot and sho ver please?

I'm not in the office until monday when I can try to reproduce your problem.

Good luck

Ross

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Re: 2650 XM

Hi Ross,

this is a fact.

From an releae IOS , I think 12.2(?) , was introduced a command squeeze also for Cisco 2650XM.

My customer wants to partition the flash in two parts to be sure to have however an a good IOS.

The routers has installed an IOS 12.1.14 (which allow partition flash 2 24 24), but cusomer wants to install 12.2.12a.

I have copied this IOS and I have changed boot system at new release, but if I try to delete the old IOS , IOS prompt me that will be cancel all images on flash.

I think because however the flash was formatted with 12.1.14.

What have to I do?

Have to I format the flash with 12.2?

bye

Lorenzo

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Re: 2650 XM

HI Lorenzo, I have a 2651XM.

I have partitioned the flash successfully. It looks like you cannot partition across logical boundaries only physical ones. If you try partition flash 2 16 32 it will probably work.

As to why you cannot delete the old image I am not sure.

You have tried a delete flash:c2600-i-mz.121-14.bin and then squeeze flash: ?

Talk soon,

Ross

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