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Posted on 2001-07-11
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Hi Cisco Gurus,
I am having problems using copy tftp flash. When this command is luanched it states in is failed? I am using a Cisco 2500 series router model 2522 and it has 8mb of ram and 4mb flash. I have launched Cisco Tftp software when doing this...i am not sure if you are supposed to have this launched but i luanched it anyways. I have ping the router from my Pc and ping the Pc from my router and was successfull. Not sure what is going on. This is what i get when i type SHO MEM

Cisco2522#sho mem
               Head   Total(b)    Used(b)    Free(b)  Lowest(b) Largest(b)
Processor     46434    8096716    1085128    7011588    6997564    7008304
      I/O    800000    2097152     576664    1520488    1520488    1519996

and this is what i get when i type sho flash

Cisco2522#sho flash

System flash directory:
File  Length   Name/status
  1   4146744  c2500-i-l.112-5  
[4146808 bytes used, 4241800 available, 8388608 total]
8192K bytes of processor board System flash (Read ONLY)

I am using ios image filename c2500-i-l.120-8

Please help
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svindler earned 40 total points
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Try to copy the existing flash image to your tftp server for two reasons: verifying that your tftp server works, and backup in case you need to go back to the old image.

I guess you have 4 MB ram and 8 MB flash, not the opposite as you have stated. This should be sufficient according to CCO.

Your new image has a size of 5721012 bytes, which means you don't have room for both images in the flash, therefore you need to delete and squeeze the old image.
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Thanks! i got it to work. btw what is the command for delete and squeeze? i went cisco website for the troubleshooting problem.
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