Hi all. I have a 3745 that I picked up and I got new memory and flash card for it. When I boot up, it has very few commands. I want to put the new IOS on it, how do I do it? There is no TFTP command. The only commands I see are:
rommon 6 > ?
alias set and display aliases command
boot boot up an external process
break set/show/clear the breakpoint
confreg configuration register utility
cont continue executing a downloaded image
context display the context of a loaded image
cookie display contents of motherboard cookie PROM in hex
dev list the device table
dir list files in file system
dis disassemble instruction stream
dnld serial download a program module
frame print out a selected stack frame
help monitor builtin command help
history monitor command history
iomemdef set IO mem to a default 25%
meminfo main memory information
repeat repeat a monitor command
reset system reset
rommon-pref Select ROMMON
set display the monitor variables
showmon display currently selected ROM monitor
stack produce a stack trace
sync write monitor environment to NVRAM
sysret print out info from last system return
unalias unset an alias
unset unset a monitor variable
xmodem dnld x/ymodem image download
I am connected to it via the console cable on COM3 using PUTTY.
How can I download the bin file to the unit over the serial connection?
I got a simple solution for you but you need to pop the lid of the 3745. Are you game?
The 3745 has a CF flash INSIDE. Pop the lid and take the CF flash out. Load the IOS into the flash using a multi-card reader and you should be good. Alternatively, you can boot an IOS using the OUTSIDE using the command "boot disk0:IOS.bin" from ROMmon.
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