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Posted on 2007-09-30
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Dear Sir,

I have Cisco PIX 515 with software version 6.3 (5) the flash image has curropted
when i start the PIX i recieved this.

No bootable image in flash. Please download an image from a network server
in the monitor mode.


when i want to take the image of other PIX with this commade

tftp-server [if_name] {ip_address|hostname} path

I recieve  this message
TFTP faild
unidentified error

Any help would be great appreciated.
With best Regards
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Question by:aib_it
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lrmoore earned 1500 total points
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You cannot take the image from another pix. You have to download a fresh OS image file from Cisco and load it using TFTP/HTTP server.
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by:aib_it
ID: 19988737

Dear Sir,
Please Kindly can you advice me where can i get the fresh OS image.

Your Kindly attention will highly appreciated.

Thanks
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by:aib_it
ID: 19988877

Dear Sir,

I load the OS Image from TFTP server using this command in Monitor Mode

Monitor> interface 1
Monitor> address 192.168.0.1
Monitor> server 192.168.0.2
Monitor> file pix702.bin
Monitor> tftp

it upgrade and i can access the Config mode even.
when reload the PIX again it gives that message.
No bootable image in flash. Please download an image from a network server
in the monitor mode.

Any Help would be great appreciated.

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by:aib_it
ID: 19989075
Dear Sir,

Please do not respond i solved the problem.

Thanks
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by:aib_it
ID: 19996697

Dear Si,

Sorry sir again it is giving that message when i use these command i can get config mode but when relaod the PIX again it gives that message.
No bootable image in flash. Please download an image from a network server
in the monitor mode.

Monitor>
interface 1
address 192.168.0.1
server 192.168.0.2
file PIX702.bin
ping 192.168.0.2
tftp
Any help would  highly appreciated.
Regards
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by:aib_it
ID: 19996817
Dear Sir,

I'm really sorry the problem is totally solved and please kindly close  this case.

With Best Regards
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by:lrmoore
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How did you solve the problem?
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by:aib_it
ID: 23534095

I loaded the IOS from another PIX Firewall.

Thanks
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