We have a Cisco 3660 as our core WAN router providing data and voice connectivity between 5 branch locations. It has been running fine for years. Suddenly this week after a power failure in the city when things came back... everything was fine except our core WAN router. I was not able to ping it or telnet to it. Finally I did a console connection and found that the configuration had changed. When I do
it shows all interfaces administratively down and there was no routing or an IP configuration.
Now when I do
it gives following error:
%% Non-volatile configuration memory is not present
I do not know what this means.
I did #dir nvram: and it shows 0 bytes used.
Could someone advice whats going wrong here? We are down since 3 days and I have tried everything I knew and googling too didn't help much.
One more query, how can I look at the logs? I tried "sh log" but it didn't show all the logs. It just said that there are 52 logs stored. Is there any file that I need to check? Looking for your guidance.
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