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router upgrade from tiny rom???

Hi, i have the following situation a cisco router 805 with no ISO image. i have tried to install the IOS from tiny rom. but the followin command is not working

boot#upload flash

upload: failed (0 seconds), "no such file"

kindly note that i can not even ping the ethernet interface although i have configure it form tiny rom (ip+ subnetmask). the tftp server and the router are in the same network range. i have TinyROM-1.4(1). any ideas anyone.

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Re: router upgrade from tiny rom???

Check the followig technote for a fairly accurate description of the upgrade process: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/63/IOSupgrade_800.shtml

Regards,

Leo

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Re: router upgrade from tiny rom???

Hi,

i already did, i reach step 7 and it intialize the following error

boot# upload tftp

upload: failed (0 seconds), "no such file"

any ideas

Re: router upgrade from tiny rom???

This is a bit odd indeed. What is attempted in step 7 is to save the running image in RAM to tftp, but the description is completely wrong.

I think you should ignore the error and continue with step 8. From there on the upgrade goes more or less as I think it should be done.

Goodluck!

New Member

Re: router upgrade from tiny rom???

Hi ,

believe me , its a bit odd , the command works this way , the other way round.

You are not downloading the image directly to the flash , but you are

uploading to the ram.

Mistery of the 801-805 ...

Bye,

Patrizio

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Re: router upgrade from tiny rom???

Hello,

one thing to be careful is to the filename put hereunder

boot# set file-name = filename

Must be the absolute path of the tftp , for example image\c800\c800-nsy6-mw.bin , or you can put

the file in the root of tftp and then just give as

filename c800-nsy6-mw.bin

Otherwise the following will not work.

boot# upload tftp

TFTP initiated.

File name: c800-nsy6-mw.bin

Regards,

Patrizio

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