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CISCO 2600 IOS UPGRADE FAIL

Hi ,

I am trying to upload this image c2600-i-mz.122-7c - 24MB Ram.bin .Every time I try the error messages is cant find file .Below is the exact log

router>#copy tftp flash

Address or name of remote host []? 10.19.1.10

Source filename []? c2600-i-mz.122-7c - 24MB Ram.bin

Destination filename [c2600-i-mz.122-7c]?

Accessing tftp://10.208.1.10/c2600-i-mz.122-7c...

%Error opening tftp://10.208.1.10/c2600-i-mz.122-7c (No such file or directory)

The file is there .The tftp server is working .any Suggestions ?

Thanks

Raj

2 REPLIES

Re: CISCO 2600 IOS UPGRADE FAIL

Hi,

the problem is probably caused by the spaces in the file name.

Try to rename the file to something else, without spaces or any special characters.

Regards,

Milan

Re: CISCO 2600 IOS UPGRADE FAIL

The problem as suggested by Milan could be the space in file name. Usually spaces are not recognized as a character in the file name.

A good practice to specify the name of the IOS in the copy tftp command is to first select the file that you have on your tftp server (Assuming Windows OS), click on it and press F2 key. The F2 key usually is used to rename a file or folder. Once F2 is pressed, the name of the file will be selected. Now press Ctrl-C to copy it. Now you can paste this file name directly to the hyperterminal (or your terminal access software), rather than to key in a long file name and make mistakes. Just a tip! Might come handy.

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