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Hulk8647
Beginner

Can't get rid of the bootvar tftp

Router#sh bootvar
BOOT variable = tftp:\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 255.255.255.255,12;bootflash:/isr4300-universalk9.16.06.02.SPA.bin,12;
CONFIG_FILE variable does not exist
BOOTLDR variable does not exist
Configuration register is 0x2102

Standby not ready to show bootvar

I dont know, tried few commands nothing is working.

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burleyman
Collaborator

You just asked this question in another post?

 

clear configure boot

 

Mike

No such command
Router#clear conf
Router#clear configuration ?
lock Clear configuration session lock

Router#clear configuration ?
lock Clear configuration session lock

Router#clear configuration boot
^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

Router#clea con?
configuration control-plane

Router#clea conf
Router#clea configuration ?
lock Clear configuration session lock

Router#clea configuration
% Incomplete command.

try

config t

clear configuration boot

nope, invalid it says.

It works now (not your command)
I just had to save the config for it to take an effect.
I did the "no boot system tftp" this won't take an effect until you "write"
murphs76
Beginner

I had this same problem and resolved it. I had the isr4331 in front of me and verified this works. 

 

note: with this router you don't have to remove the old bootvar. 

 

Run these commands.

Router#conf t

Router#(config)boot system flash bootflash:<image.bin>

 

Next you would normally run "show bootvar" to confirm your change.

Don't worry about what "show bootvar" says it does not reflect the change until you reload the router.

 

Reload the router and you should be good. Now "show bootvar" should reflect your change.

Config T

 

no boot system flash tftp 255.255.255.255

 

sh boot

 

config t

 

no boot system flash tftp 255.255.255.255.

 

sh boot