I have a 2651 XM router. This went into the ROMMON mode y'day. When i logged in through the Dial in access, i could see that the confreg was set to 0x2102 as expected.
It was not detecting flash when i tried this command.
rommon 14 > reset
System Bootstrap, Version 12.2(8r) [cmong 8r], RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Copyright (c) 2003 by cisco Systems, Inc.
C2600 platform with 262144 Kbytes of main memory
device does not contain a valid magic number
boot: cannot open "flash:"
boot: cannot determine first file name on device "flash:"
Now, as per Cisco's recommendation, i can reseat the Flash card and check before going in for a replacement.
Fix that was implemented by our onsite team:
The Router was restored by loading the IOS into memory bypassing the flash card entirely. Upon successful load it was noticed that the router could recognize the flash card but no files were in it. I then began to copy the IOS into the flash card and it was successful. We did a test reload to see if the IOS read in the flash card is successful and that was positive.
NOw, here my concern is,
1) In this case, Was the IOS loaded onto to the processor board memory? How can we bypass Flash when in ROMMON mode to copy flash onto the memory?
2) By default, is the IOS image copied onto the memory when a new router is shipped?
3) If there is HSRP configured in A and B routers, can I make A as TFTP server and tell B to boot from A, if B goes into ROMMON mode?
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