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Naderi
Beginner

AP can't BOOT (AIR-CAP1602I-ZK9)

Hello Guys,
I have a 1600 Series AP (AIR-CAP1602I-ZK9), I wanted to upgrade the firmware but after extract I got this error :


Interrupt within 5 seconds to abort boot process.
Loading "flash:/update/ap1g2-k9w7-mx.152-4.JA1/ap1g2-k9w7-mx.152-4.JA1"...############
Error loading "flash:/update/ap1g2-k9w7-mx.152-4.JA1/ap1g2-k9w7-mx.152-4.JA1"

Interrupt within 5 seconds to abort boot process.
Boot process failed...

The system is unable to boot automatically. The BOOT
environment variable needs to be set to a bootable
image.

C1600 Boot Loader (AP1G2-BOOT-M) LoaderVersion 15.2(2)JAX, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Compiled Fri 30-Nov-12 15:48 by aselvara


this is my Flash :


Directory of flash:/

2 -rwx 1048 <date> private-multiple-fs
3 drwx 64 <date> update
55 -rwx 274 <date> env_vars
5 -rwx 46098 <date> event.log
7 drwx 896 <date> ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10
51 drwx 768 <date> configs
54 -rwx 296 <date> capwap-saved-config-bak
56 -rwx 107 <date> pnp-saved-config
68 -rwx 131773 <date> event.r0
6 -rwx 52 <date> lwapp_ssc_token.cfg
69 -rwx 62852 <date> event.capwap
71 -rwx 64 <date> sensord_CSPRNG0
74 -rwx 95008 <date> lwapp_reap.cfg.bak
73 -rwx 64 <date> sensord_CSPRNG1

12513792 bytes available (19422208 bytes used)
ap:
ap: dir flash:/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10
Directory of flash:/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10/

8 -rwx 8176 <date> K2.bin
9 -rwx 12102381 <date> ap1g2-k9w8-xx.153-3.JF10
10 -rwx 1181564 <date> 8005.img
11 -rwx 15184 <date> S2.bin
12 -rwx 4866 <date> file_hashes
13 -rwx 1371 <date> img_sign_rel_sha2.cert
14 -rwx 128480 <date> S5.bin
15 -rwx 512 <date> final_hash.sig
16 -rwx 98112 <date> K5.bin
26 -rwx 291 <date> info
27 -rwx 141 <date> final_hash
28 drwx 64 <date> html
78 -rwx 123464 <date> ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10
79 -rwx 1375 <date> img_sign_rel.cert



Do you have any solution guys ?

Regards,
 



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Leo Laohoo
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When in ROMMON, run this command first: 

boot flash:/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10

Once the AP has boot up properly, delete the "update" folder: 

delete /f /r flash:update

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Leo Laohoo
VIP Community Legend

When in ROMMON, run this command first: 

boot flash:/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10/ap1g2-k9w8-mx.153-3.JF10

Once the AP has boot up properly, delete the "update" folder: 

delete /f /r flash:update

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Hey Leo,

I have upgraded a 3502AP (autonomous) from 15.3.JD to the latest 15.3.JF14i. I can access everything via GUI but if I try to make any change like adding a VLAn or new SSID the moment I click "Apply" shows a 404 error on both http or https. Roll back to 15.3.JD and work just fine. don't know if is permission on the HTML infrastructure of something else or missing commands before enabling http server.

 

Are you aware of a solution for it? 

There have been issue with the GUI on autonomous access points. If you rely on the GUI and are not familiar with the CLI, then stick to a code that works for you. You don’t always have to upgrade to the latest. Your ap is old and the code is no longer being supported, so many things can change with browsers that might affect how the UI is presented. Stick with the code that is working for you is my recommendation. If you have cleared your cache and or tried private browsers and still have this issue, then I would say it’s broke.
-Scott
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Naderi
Beginner

Thanks Leo, It's fixed

Leo Laohoo
VIP Community Legend

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