We recently upgraded an 831 router to IOS 12.3(14)T5. I consoled into the router via my PC/Hyperterminal to tftp the startup config. I copied the startup to the router via tftp, reloaded the router and even before I could get to the logon prompt, I lost connection in hyperterminal. The only way at that point I can get into the router is via dialup. I went ahead and erased the config, reloaded and was able to console in again via the PC. I went ahead and copied the config again but this time I removed all exec-timeouts from the console, aux and vty lines. I reloaded and same issue occurred. Ever since we've upgraded the IOS this problem occurs. A few questions: Is there an issue with 831's and IOS 12.3(14)T5 like this one? If so, is there a workaround? Can I downgrade the IOS to a lower version like 12.3(11)T5 and not cause any issues to the router? Thanks for the help.
What's weird is that I flashed the router with the the previous flash version we used 12.3(11)T5 and it was working fine. A colleague of mine called Cisco support and they said there was some type of speed mismatch with the Aux port and that's why I was getting disconnected but how is it that when I went back to the older IOS that it worked fine. Weird.
I tried this but nothing changed. I noticed however, when I copied and pasted the config in, the console commands were copied but not the aux and vty commands. I reloaded the router and manually typed in the commands for those lines and then once again I could not console in after reloading the router. It seems the problem is with the commands with the aux port. Any other ideas?
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