My UC520 will not start up on its own. Everytime I try to upgrade the UC520 from CCA it completes and when it prompts me to reboot I have to manually load the IOS using ROMMON. However, I noticed when I performed a sh run that my system image file is not located in my flash. How do I transfer the IOS from tftp://192.168.1.100 to the flash?
That should help.
But, did you change your config register? If so, use this command to change it back.
I was able to successfully restore from ROMMON however, every time the UC500 reboots it still is not successfully launching. When I look at my config though it should that my system image file is located at tftp://192.168.1.100/uc500-advipservicesk9-mz.124-20.T2. It should however be located at
"flash:uc500-advipservicesk9-mz.124-20.T2. I believe that is why I am having errors. My question is how do I load the
IOS in my flash?
I think the problem you have is with your boot system command.
If you do a show run | inc boot
You probably see something like...
boot system tftp://192.168.1.100/uc.....T2
To fix this...
boot system flash:/uc500....T2
Let me know how that works for you.
Actually, before you add the command, negate the one that is currently there.
no boot system tftp://192.168.1.100/uc.....T2 etc.
Actually when I do a show run | inc boot I already see the boot system flash:/uc500....T2. So that did not work.
I am still seeing that my System image file is "tftp://.... I think that is why I am having the issue when I reboot because the UC520 is looking for that file on the TFTP.
A normal functioning UC520 looks like:
System image file is "flash:uc500-advipservicesk9-mz.124-20.T2"
So my question is: How do I change that within the UC520?
You need to copy the file to flash.
copy tftp flash:
Run a tftp server on your machine. Follow the prompts and copy the file over. That should fix the problem.
If you followed the document I sent, it should copy the file to the flash as well. If you still have the problem, your flash might be corrupted.
I did copy the T2 file over to the flash using a TFTP server and when I rebooted the UC520 it loaded up. I appreciate everyones help.
Did you check that the system image file is actually on flash? Issue a show flash command and check to see if it's there. If the file isn't located where the boot system command says it is, it will look elsewhere i.e. tftp.