My cisco experience is limited, but here is the deal.
I have a 2501 which has been used for a T1 to an ISP. We changed locations and therefore the IP address and gateway changed. I logged in and ran a script that the ISP had sent me years back when I set it up originally. Of course, I substituted the new info into the script. Before running the script I performed a write erase.
Upon a reboot I am pretty sure I could telnet to the new IP address but I had a seperate firewall issue that prevented me from fully testing it.
Today I couldn't telnet so I connected direct serial and it says that NVRAM is invalid, possibly because of a write erase. The boot sequence ends with a prompt to enter the initial configuration. However at this point I can't type anything. I can't say no or even hit enter for the default yes. I have tried Hyperterm from Win3.1, Win2000, and COM 7.5 (a shareware terminal).
I have also tried to perform the break sequence upon initially starting it and that does not work either.
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