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IR829 upgrade Rommon Recovery

While attempting to perform a bundle install upgrade from ir800-universalk9-bundle.SPA.159-3.M1.bin to ir800-universalk9-bundle.SPA.159-3.M2.bin, one of my modems failed and is now in ROMMON-1.  I have tried the rommon recovery procedure as described in the link below boot flash:<with the previous working HV> and even tried an older HV yields the results below.  Any advice?

200712-rommon-recovery-procedure-for-the-cisco.html

rommon-1> boot flash:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.0.97
Image signature verified
Booting image flash:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.0.97
[ 1044.703500] kexec: Starting new kernel

RIF heap (initial): 2774816 bytes
RIF<3> Added 2774816 bytes at <0x2015a8e0> to the RIF heap
RIF: Host RAM: 1467008KB required, 1467729KB available
RIF: Host low RAM: 4808KB required, 1467729KB available
RIF: Host RAM unused by memory regions: 721KB total, 721KB low
Processing SRP...
RIF: used 10568/16384 bytes of stack

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LynxSecure TRUNK (No Service Packs installed)
Copyright 2004-2016 Lynx Software Technologies, Inc
All rights reserved.

LynxSecure (x86_64) build ENGINEERING created on 01/27/2016 09:35:28
URL: svn://txx.lynx.com/svn/lynxsecure/engr/psubramaniam/tot-20141010/lynxsecure/src
Revision(s): 11396M
Built by: psubramaniam@paricos62.localdomain

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Initializing the Internal Timekeeping...
Initializing the System State Manager...
Initializing LynxSecure global data areas.
Number of CPU(s) : 2
Initializing the CPU Support Package.
Initializing LynxSecure page table...
Initializing the Board Support Package.
Initializing Scheduler...
Initializing the VCPU module...
Starting up the other CPUs...
CPUs online: #0 #1
Initializing Device Configuration Virtualization...
Initializing Subject Resources...
LS<3> DCV: device SATA0 (00:17.0) doesn't support generic reset
Initializing Interrupt Routing...
Initializing Hypercalls...
Heap memory used by LynxSecure: 1766800 (0x1af590) bytes
Launching Subjects
<3> [0.824154] IOAPIC: IOAPIC 1 initialized, implementation version 32
<3> [0.824154] <E1000> e1000_device_init: initialized E1000 device
<3> [0.824154] <E1000> e1000_device_init: initialized E1000 device
<6> PCI: Initializing
<6> PCI: Finished Initializing
Autoboot string flash:ir800-universalk9-mz.SPA.157-3.M4b

Booting image: flash:ir800-universalk9-mz.SPA.157-3.M4b.... [Multiboot-elf, <
0x110000:0x9f299ec:0x3ca948>, shtab=0xa4052f8[csvds]:/ir800-universalk9-mz.SPA.
157-3.M4b... , entry=0x1100b0]
[CU:0]
Jumps to: 0x1100b0

Smart Init is enabled
smart init is sizing iomem
TYPE MEMORY_REQ
Onboard devices &
buffer pools 0x03644000
-----------------------------------------------
TOTAL: 0x03644000

Rounded IOMEM up to: 55MB.
Using 12 percent iomem. [55MB/448MB]

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Cisco IR829M-2LTE-EA-BK9 (revision 2.0) with 365568K/60416K bytes of memory.Installed image archive

Processor board ID <redacted>
Last reset from Firmware Upgrade

FPGA version: 2.A.0

BIOS: version 25 Production
BIOS: date[YYYY/MM/DD] :[2019/4/26]

MCU Bootloader : 28
MCU Application: 33

2 Serial(sync/async) interfaces
7 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
11 terminal lines
4 Cellular interfaces
1 cisco Embedded AP (s)
DRAM configuration is 72 bits wide with parity disabled.
256K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.
976562K bytes of ATA System Flash (Read/Write)
250000K bytes of ATA Bootstrap Flash (Read/Write)

New Algorithm: Copied the BIOS upgrade image to Flash
New Algorithm: Update FPGA Upgrade image to Flash...
FPGA Image upgrade completed.
Starting File System integrity check
NOTE: File System will be deinited and later rebuilt

Starting partition 0 Analysis
Boot Sector/Boot Parameter Block check ...[Passed]
DIB not present
DIB & Monlib check ...[Passed]
Partition Init check ...[Passed]
Directory entries check ...[Passed]
Starting File System integrity check
NOTE: File System will be deinited and later rebuilt

Starting partition 0 Analysis
Boot Sector/Boot Parameter Block check ...[Passed]
DIB not present
DIB & Monlib check ...[Passed]
Partition Init check ...[Passed]
Directory entries check ...[Passed]
Note: vds not reachable

Powering down cellular modem, please wait...
Powering down cellular modem, please wait...
*Aug 6 14:45:12.838: %ACT2-5-STARTED: ACT2 process started.
*Aug 6 14:45:14.391: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface wlan-ap0, changed state to up
*Aug 6 14:45:14.391: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface GigabitEthernet5, changed state to up
*Aug 6 14:45:14.391: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface GigabitEthernet0, changed state to down
*Aug 6 14:45:14.391: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Vlan1, changed state to down
*Aug 6 14:45:15.923: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface GigabitEthernet5, changed state to up
*Aug 6 14:45:15.923: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface GigabitEthernet0, changed state to down
*Aug 6 14:45:18.246: %IR800_BIOS-2-IR800_BIOS_UPGRADE_REQUIRED: Running version: 25, available version: 24
*Aug 6 14:45:35.575: %IR800_FPGA-2-UPGRADE_REQUIRED: FPGA upgrade is in progress. Current version = 2.A.0, new version = 2.9.0. System will upgrade now and then reboot automatically.
*Aug 6 14:45:43.346: %IR800_FPGA-2-UPGRADE_COMPLETED: FPGA upgrade completed successfully.
*Aug 6 14:45:43.398: %SYS-5-RELOAD: Reload requested by FPGA/BIOS. Reload Reason: Firmware Upgrade Completed.
*Aug 6 14:45:44.658: %IR800_ENV-5-IR800_VDS_FAIL_NOTIFIED_GOS_SHUTDOWN: Failed to notified VDS for graceful shutdown.
IR829 Loader Stage 1 Version 1.22

FPGA version 0x20a00 built 2019-4-1
Booted from the upgrade FPGA; SecureBoot did not fallback
Reset reason: software upgrade
BIOS Platform: IR800
BIOS Version: 25
SecureBoot core version: F01047R15.017cc1eea2019-02-08
Microloader version: MA0061R06.0404022015
Booted from the upgrade BIOS


Updating the Upgradable FPGA
DO NOT power cycle the router!!!
ERROR: Image signature verification failed
Failed to verify the Upgradable FPGA image
The configuration reset button has been pressed.
SRP autoboot is set to 'bootstrap:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.1.6'
IOS autoboot is set to 'flash:ir800-universalk9-mz.SPA.157-3.M4b'
Config reg configured to Autoboot
Autoboot is ON, variable: bootstrap:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.1.6
ERROR: Image signature verification failed
rommon-1>

 

 

 

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@iso00 wrote:
Updating the Upgradable FPGA
DO NOT power cycle the router!!!
ERROR: Image signature verification failed
Failed to verify the Upgradable FPGA image

The file with the filename "ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.0.97" is corrupt.  Download the file again from the Cisco website and make sure to compare the MD5 hash value before proceeding any further.  The MD5 hash value needs to match.  

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@Leo Laohoo  Thank you for your suggestion.  I verified the MD5 after download and extract on local disk and again after copying to USB against the MANIFEST. rommon-1 did not have a hash tool to verify after copying to flash.  I tried booting directly from the verified file on USB and experienced the same behavior. boot usb:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.0.97

 

IR829 Loader Stage 1 Version 1.22

FPGA version 0x20a00 built 2019-4-1
Booted from the upgrade FPGA; SecureBoot did not fallback
Reset reason: software upgrade
BIOS Platform: IR800
BIOS Version: 25
SecureBoot core version: F01047R15.017cc1eea2019-02-08
Microloader version: MA0061R06.0404022015
Booted from the upgrade BIOS


Updating the Upgradable FPGA
DO NOT power cycle the router!!!
ERROR: Image signature verification failed
Failed to verify the Upgradable FPGA image
Config reg configured to Autoboot
Autoboot is ON, variable: bootstrap:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.1.6
ERROR: autoboot image not valid, autoboot suspended

 

 

rommon-1> show version
IR829 Loader Stage 1 Version 1.22

FPGA version 0x20a00 built 2019-4-1
Booted from the upgrade FPGA; SecureBoot did not fallback
Reset reason: software upgrade
BIOS Platform: IR800
BIOS Version: 25
SecureBoot core version: F01047R15.017cc1eea2019-02-08
Microloader version: MA0061R06.0404022015
Booted from the upgrade BIOS

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Ok ... I got a stupid question: Instead of 15.9(3)M2, have you tried upgrading to 15.9(3)M1?
Just want to see if this is a bug with the M2 firmware.
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@Leo Laohoo Yes, my original post is booting flash:ir800-hv.srp.SPA.3.0.97 which I confirmed is in the 15.9(3)M1 bin file.  I also downloaded fresh M1 verified the hash and booted via USB which yielded the same result. 

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Open a TAC Case.
I've never seen this behaviour before.
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