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Xmodem command Troubleshooting

I changed baud rate for down loading Ios, but after changing the baud rate, router is not accessable on rommon mode.

what can i do. can any one help me

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Re: Xmodem command Troubleshooting

Hi

Try to change the baud rate in the console settings exactly to the baud which you set as Speed parameter for uploading the IOS.

Then you will be able to access the router,once you are done with the same do remember to change the same back to the normal speed(9600)..

regds

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Re: Xmodem command Troubleshooting

Hi

I have tried all solution . i set consol at the same baud rate but aftre the proedure router is not accessible.

how can i get back the router startup. ???

Is there any method that i get back the default setting of router.

Thankx for the reply.

Re: Xmodem command Troubleshooting

Hi there,

If there is a config on the router and you have an IP address on an interface (ethernet), that is not shut down.... connect to this interface and telnet to the router to change the baud settings.

Hope it helps

Stephen

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Re: Xmodem command Troubleshooting

hi

If you are doing with either 2600 or 3600 you can check this link which help u to reset the same using jumpers..

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_tech_note09186a008009433b.shtml

regds

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Re: Xmodem command Troubleshooting

Hi

Thanks for the reply.yes i have 2600,

but i have same problem with AS5300. i want to rerset the jumper. have any link for AS5300 to reset the jummer.

Thankx

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