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Loading IOS Image Problem

Dears,

I have cisco 2811 router whose IOS has been corrupted. I copied IOS c2800nm-ipbasek9-mz.124-13b.bin to flash using tftpdnld. When i tried to boot from this ios using boot flash:c2800nm-ipbasek9-mz.124-13b.bin or by reloading router, i got messages below:

IOS IMAGE: c2800nm-ipbasek9-mz.124-13b.bin

Self decompressing the image : ################################################################################################# [OK]

Smart Init is enabled

smart init is sizing iomem

ID MEMORY_REQ TYPE

0003E7 0X003DA000 C2811 Mainboard

0X000021B8 Onboard USB

0X002C29F0 public buffer pools

0X00211000 public particle pools

TOTAL: 0X008AFBA8

If any of the above Memory Requirements are

"UNKNOWN", you may be using an unsupported

configuration or there is a software problem and

system operation may be compromised.

Rounded IOMEM up to: 10Mb.

Using 3 percent iomem. [10Mb/256Mb]

SDRAM ECC Error,

err addr - 0x09A05002, err data_l 0x00000000,err data_h 0x002E0000,

rcv ecc - 0x00000000, calc ecc 0x9C000000, err cnt 0x0B000000

r0 = FFFFFFFF r1 = FFFFFFFF r2 = 0 r3 = 422C0000 r4 = 0

r5 = 38 r6 = 0 r7 = 0 r8 = 0 r9 = 20

r10 = FFFFFFFF r11 = FFFDFFFF r12 = 0 r13 = 0 r14 = 0

r15 = 5 r16 = 0 r17 = C100 r18 = 0 r19 = 3400C101

r20 = 0 r21 = 400800A8 r22 = FFFFFFFF r23 = FFFF00FF r24 = 0

r25 = 1000000 r26 = 0 r27 = 0 r28 = 0 r29 = 0

r30 = 0 r31 = 1000000 r32 = FFFFFFFF r33 = FFFFFFFF r34 = FFFFFFFF

r35 = FFFFFFFF r36 = FFFFFFFF r37 = FFFFFFFF r38 = FFFFFFFF r39 = FFFFFFFF

r40 = FFFFFFFF r41 = FFFFFFFF r42 = FFFFFFFF r43 = FFFFFFFF r44 = FFFFFFFF

r45 = FFFFFFFF r46 = FFFFFFFF r47 = FFFFFFFF r48 = 0 r49 = 0

r50 = 0 r51 = 0 r52 = 0 r53 = 3040A801 r54 = FFFFFFFF

r55 = A000F000 r56 = FFFFFFFF r57 = FFFFFFFF r58 = FFFFFFFF r59 = 8000EDD8

r60 = FFFFFFFF r61 = FFFFFFFF r62 = 0 r63 = 4008FCBC

sreg = 3400C103 mdlo_hi = 0 mdlo = 3E8

mdhi_hi = 0 mdhi = 0 badvaddr_hi = FFFFFFFF

badvaddr = FFFFFFFF cause = FFFFFFFF epc_hi = 0

epc = 4007EF34 err_epc_hi = FFFFFFFF err_epc = FFFFFFFF

%ERR-1-FATAL: Fatal error interrupt, reloading

err_stat=0x0

Waiting for response.

Thanks and Regards

Rameez

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Re: Loading IOS Image Problem

HI Rameez, [Pls Rate if HELPS]

I found interesting errror in your Output:

ERR-1-FATAL: Fatal error interrupt

Explanation: This error message indicates a Hardware problem in the device.

Recommended Action: To troubleshoot try this:

1. Reload the device with no modules installed and check if the message appears.

2. Reload the device with each successive module and check to see if a certain module or mis-seated module is causing this issue.

PLS RATE if HELPS

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

Community Member

Re: Loading IOS Image Problem

Dear,

Thanks for your response. Currently no module is installed on router, just smart flash and built-in interfaces.

Now what you say?

Regards

Rameez

Re: Loading IOS Image Problem

HI Rameez,

My suspection is some kind of Hardware Problem.

Pls Contact your Local Vendor for Cisco Devices & ask him to look into this Matter immediately.

Pls Rate if Helps

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

Silver

Re: Loading IOS Image Problem

Hi Rameez ,

The Cisco 2811, 2821, and 2851 routers use double data rate (DDR) error-correcting code (ECC) SDRAM, whereas the Cisco 2801 Router uses SDRAM without ECC.

ECC SDRAM is memory that can detect and correct some SDRAM errors without user intervention. ECC SDRAM replaced parity memory, which could only detect-but not correct-SDRAM errors.

Most ECC SDRAM can correct single bit errors, and detect-but not correct-larger errors. Thus, errors greater in size than 1 bit will still crash the computer.

There could be problem with SDRAM....

Please contact TAC for further investigation...

cheers :)

satish

Community Member

Re: Loading IOS Image Problem

Hi Rameez,

I kindly find the compatiblity of IOS you are uploading in router according to your router hardware.

Kindly rate if helps you.

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