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second Bootoption 7200

I have a ubr 7223. The Customer want a second Bootoption. In the flash is not enough Memory for the IOS 12.2-11 therefore boots the Router from Slot0. The second Bootoption should be the Slot1. But when I put off the pcmcia Card from Slot0 the Router goes to Rommon. I have it tested with the Config-register 0xF and 0x102 but it doesn't work.

uBR7223#sh bootvar

BOOT variable = slot0:ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin,12;slot1:ubr7200-is-mz.122-1

1.BC1b.bin,12;

CONFIG_FILE variable does not exist

BOOTLDR variable =

Configuration register is 0x102 (will be 0x2102 at next reload)

--------------------------config-----------------

!

hostname "uBR7223"

!

boot system slot0:ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

boot system slot1:ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

!

I think it was not the right config-register.

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Silver

Re: second Bootoption 7200

your config reg was correct , are you sure the card on slot 1 is not a disk ?

what happens when you do a

dir slot0:

dir slot1:

New Member

Re: second Bootoption 7200

------------------config-----------------------

uBR7223#dir slot0:

Directory of slot0:/

1 -rw- 10426600 Mar 02 1993 00:33:00 ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

20578304 bytes total (10151576 bytes free)

uBR7223#dir slot1:

Directory of slot1:/

3 -rw- 10426600 Mar 02 1993 00:19:38 ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

20578304 bytes total (10134232 bytes free)

uBR7223#dir flash:

Directory of slot0:/

1 -rw- 10426600 Mar 02 1993 00:33:00 ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

20578304 bytes total (10151576 bytes free)

uBR7223#dir all

uBR7223#dir all-filesystems

Directory of system:/

2 dr-x 0 memory

1 -rw- 2180 running-config

12 dr-x 0 vfiles

No space information available

Directory of nvram:/

123 -rw- 2180 startup-config

124 ---- 5 private-config

125 -rw- 2180 underlying-config

1 ---- 20 persistent-data

2 -rw- 0 ifIndex-table

129016 bytes total (124731 bytes free)

Directory of slot0:/

1 -rw- 10426600 Mar 02 1993 00:33:00 ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

20578304 bytes total (10151576 bytes free)

Directory of slot1:/

3 -rw- 10426600 Mar 02 1993 00:19:38 ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin

20578304 bytes total (10134232 bytes free)

Directory of bootflash:/

1 -rw- 1917904 Feb 09 1918 16:57:23 ubr7200-boot-mz.113-6.NA1

3407872 bytes total (1489968 bytes free)

Directory of lex:/

No files in directory

No space information available

uBR7223#

in slot0: and slot1: is a 20MB pcmcia Card

Silver

Re: second Bootoption 7200

try a boot system flash slot0:filename

boot system flash slot1:filename

New Member

Re: second Bootoption 7200

OK, I will try it at next week after our holidays.

New Member

Re: second Bootoption 7200

I have tried it, but it doesn't works. The UBR boots always from Slot0:

uBR7223#sh bootvar

BOOT variable = slot1:ubr7200-is-mz.122-11.BC1b.bin,1;slot0:ubr7200-is-mz.122-11

.BC1b.bin,1;

CONFIG_FILE variable does not exist

BOOTLDR variable =

Configuration register is 0x2102

uBR7223#

Silver

Re: second Bootoption 7200

try a cd slot1:

then reload

try to capture the console messages when booting the box and past them in

New Member

Re: second Bootoption 7200

Hallo deilert,

I have found the Solutions for my Problem.

The Bootloader is crashed

----------------config-----------------------

*** Illegal Opcode Exception ***

PC = 0x83ff7824, Cause = 0x28, Status Reg = 0x3040d003

monitor: command "boot" aborted due to exception

-----------------------------------------------------------

Without a Bootloader the Ubr boots always the first Image (Slot0), and you can configure what you want !!!!

I have the Bootloader upgraded and now it's works fine.

Thanks for all.

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