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btldr.bin.lzma: not found in archive - AP1852i

Why can't the AP boot with new image. How should I do?

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Thank you very much

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Go into u-boot and then do the following:
setenv boot part1
saveenv
boot
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Dear Leo,

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How should I do?

Thank you very much.

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Two options:
1. RMA the AP; or
2. Contact Cisco TAC and they will provide assistance and instruction on how to load the firmware via console (will take <50 minutes).

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had same thing happen to a 2800 AP had to RMA the AP

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I downgrade the firmware and there are other 2 APs happen the same.

Thank you very much.

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What firmware is the controller running on?
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The current is 8.7.106.0, I will downgrade to > 8.5.151.0.

Thank you very much.

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8.7.106.0?
Post the complete output to the following commands:
1. sh sysinfo; and
2. sh memory mbuf summary
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I think I found it, it's because image and hardware is mismatch. :-D

Thank you very much.

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If you insist of using 8.7.105.0, pay close attention to your MBUF pool because of memory pool.
Monitor the Free MBUF pool regularly.
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Yeah I had an entire batch that had to be returned
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