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I am able to load image into router. I used the following cmd:

ADDRESS=192.168.1.X
SERVER=192.168.1.X
GATEWAY=192.168.1.X
PORT=Ethernet0/0
IMAGE=asa722-k8.bin

set

tftp > enter

write mem >enter

when I reload the router, it goes back to rommon #0

How do I save permanently the image?
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by:Don Johnston
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Could be the boot field of the config register is set to 0. Try either "o/r 0x2102" or "config-reg 0x2102" and reboot it.
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can you give me an example i am very new to this
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Looks like you're got an ASA.

Type in "confreg" and hit enter.

If it's not currently 0x00000001, change it to 0x1.

Then reboot the ASA.
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