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Posted on 2011-02-18
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Dear All,

This is a hypothetical situation:

Someone has erased the IOS from router's flash by accident. The router has reloaded after a power failure a month later. Now the router does not find the IOS in flash and does not boot up.

What is the best way to copy the IOS in flash again and boot to it?

Thanks.
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Hi,

What router series do you have ?
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Depends on the specific model.

1. boot to rom (the password recovery procedures show you how)
2. tftp the IOS into flash
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7200 series
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Do you have Rxboot ?
did you check it ?
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from rommon ,just type "?" and paste the results in here.
Im looking for something like tftpdnd command.
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