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Cisco ONS 15454 Series Multiservice Provisioning Platforms

Field Notice: FN - 62770 - 15454-MS-ISC-100T Has Incorrect Equipment ID in Card EPROM


April 05, 2007

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Products Affected

Products Affected

Part Number

Comments

15454-MS-ISC-100T

800-26982-01

15454-MSM-ISC-SK

800-26982-01

MSTP Multi-Shelf Bundle, 2ea MS-ISC-100T

15454-MS-ISC-100T

800-26982-01

15454-MSM-ISC-SK

800-26982-01

MSTP Multi-Shelf Bundle, 2ea MS-ISC-100T

Serial Numbers

Random Numbers

CAT102125PB, CAT10161444, CAT102125PE, CAT102125PF, CAT102125PS, CAT102125PU, CAT102309TE, CAT102309U9, CAT10240G16, CAT10240G1N, CAT10240G20, CAT10161449, CAT102125PL, CAT102309U7, CAT102309U3, CAT10161443, CAT1016144U, CAT102125P8, CAT102125PA, CAT102125PJ, CAT102125PK, CAT102125PZ, CAT102309TF, CAT102309TG, CAT102309TN, CAT102309U2, CAT102309U6, CAT102309U8, CAT10240G0X, CAT10240G0Y, CAT10240G0Z, CAT10240G11, CAT10240G12, CAT10240G13, CAT10240G18, CAT10240G1B, CAT10240G1F, CAT10240G1J, CAT10240G1K, CAT10240G1R, CAT10240G1T, CAT10240G1U, CAT10240G1W, CAT102125PG, CAT102309U1, CAT102125PV, CAT102125Q0, CAT102309TY, CAT102309U5, CAT10240G1X, CAT10240G1S, CAT102125PX, CAT10240G1D, CAT101302Z2, CAT102125PH, CAT102125PM, CAT102125Q1, CAT102309TH, CAT102309TQ, CAT102309TS, CAT102309TU, CAT102309U4, CAT102309UB, CAT102309UD, CAT102309UG, CAT10240G14, CAT10240G15, CAT10240G19, CAT10240G1G, CAT10240G1L, CAT10240G1M, CAT10240G1V, CAT102309TD, CAT102309TR, CAT102125PD, CAT102309TJ, CAT102309TK, CAT102309TL, CAT102309TM, CAT102309TP, CAT102309TT, CAT102309TV, CAT102309TW, CAT102309TX, CAT102309TZ, CAT102309U0, CAT102309UA, CAT102309UE, CAT102309UF, CAT102309UJ, CAT10240G1H, CAT10240G1Y, CAT10240G22, CAT10465936, CAT1046593K, CAT10495PTL, CAT10495PUH, CAT10495PUN, CAT110359Y8, CAT110359YB, CAT110359YE, CAT110359YL, CAT110359YN, CAT110359YW, CAT110359YZ, CAT110359Z4, CAT110359Z5, CAT110359ZB, CAT110359ZH, CAT110359ZL, CAT110359ZT, CAT11035A02, CAT11035A05, CAT11035A06, CAT11035A07, CAT11035A0B, CAT11035A0D, CAT11035A0E, CAT11035A0G, CAT11035A0Q, CAT11035A0R, CAT11035A0T, CAT11035A0U, CAT11035A0V, CAT11035A0X, CAT11035A0Z, CAT11045QNU, CAT11045QP4, CAT11045QP6, CAT11045QPQ, CAT11045QPW, CAT11045QQ9, CAT11045QQB, CAT11045QR3, CAT11045QR7, CAT11045QR9, CAT11045QS0, CAT11045QS2, CAT11045QS4

Problem Description

Wrong Equipment ID has been configured into card EPROM during manufacturing cycle for the unit. Cards impacted are listed with the serial numbers above.

Background

After additional manufacturing test was completed, it was noticed that the wrong equipment ID had been configured into the card EPROM during the manufacturing process.

Problem Symptoms

The MS-ISC cards fail to boot, with the red FAIL light on.

CTC shows equipment attribute mismatch on the slot.

Workaround/Solution

This procedure has 7 steps and commands are highlighted in bold font.

Steps 1 to 3 might be needed if customer ML card is not booting at all.

In that case, have console cable connected (rate & handshake protocol: 9600,N, 8, 1) to the card through the RJ11 to RJ45 cable plus the extension cable (RJ45 to DB9 listed as p/n 72-3383-01 Rev A1).

Pull the card out of chassis and insert it back. As soon as it is in, type control-C continuously until the rommon> prompt is seen and continue from step 4.

If the card boots regularly, open a telnet session with it and start from step 1.

  1. Print the version and take note of the current value of configuration register, displayed at the end of the command output.

    Router#sh ve 
    00:01:31: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by consoler 
    Cisco IOS Software, ONS M-Series Software (DAYTONA-I7K91-M), Experimental Version 12.2(20070301:092432) [nivin-ml2crc 120] 
    Copyright (c) 1986-2007 by Cisco Systems, Inc. 
    Compiled Tue 13-Mar-07 14:17 by nivin 
    ROM: System Bootstrap, Version 12.1(14r)EO, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1) 
    Router uptime is 1 minute 
    System returned to ROM by reload at 20:30:11 PDT Wed Mar 14 2007 
    System restarted at 20:32:07 PDT Wed Mar 14 2007 
    System image file is "ftp://255.255.255.255/08.50-007C-07.09" 
    This product contains cryptographic features and is subject to United 
    States and local country laws governing import, export, transfer and 
    use. Delivery of Cisco cryptographic products does not imply 
    third-party authority to import, export, distribute or use encryption. 
    Importers, exporters, distributors and users are responsible for 
    compliance with U.S. and local country laws. By using this product you 
    agree to comply with applicable laws and regulations. If you are unable 
    to comply with U.S. and local laws, return this product immediately. 
    A summary of U.S. laws governing Cisco cryptographic products may be found at: 
    http://www.cisco.com/wwl/export/crypto/tool/stqrg.html 
    If you require further assistance please contact us by sending email to 
    export@cisco.com. 
    cisco ONS-ML100T-12 (MPC8260) processor (revision A1) with 86016K/28672K bytes of memory. 
    Processor board ID CAT09170ERW, with hardware revision unknown 
    
    Last reset from user reload 
    12 FastEthernet interfaces 
    96K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory. 
    8192K bytes of processor board System flash (Read/Write) 
    
    DOS FPGA Image Version 0x4, Revision 0x2 . 
    
    Configuration register is 0x101
    
  2. Modify the configuration register value to 0x0, so that card remains in rommon prompt.

    Router#conf t 
    Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 
    Router(config)# 
    Router(config)#config-re 
    Router(config)#config-register 0x0 
    Router(config)#^Z 
    Router#
    
  3. Save the config and reload the ML card.

    Router#reload 
    
    System configuration has been modified. Save? [yes/no]: y
    Building configuration... 
    [OK] 
    Proceed with reload? [confirm] 
    
    00:02:36: %SYS-5-RELOAD: Reload requested by console. Reload Reason: Reload Command. 
    00:02:36: %CARDWARE-5-SOCKET_INFO: closed socket to SC: System Reload 
    System Bootstrap, Version 12.1(14r)EO, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1) 
    TAC Support: http://www.cisco.com/tac 
    Copyright (c) 2003 by cisco Systems, Inc. 
    
    reset_type = 0x00000007 (RESET_WARM_SOFT) 
    
    DOS FPGA Image Version 0x3, Revision 0x2 . 
    
    Attaching network interface cbl0 ... OK. 
    
    Default Environment Setting, use 'set var=xxx' cmd to change it. 
    PS1=rommon ! > 
    RET_2_RUTC= 
    RANDOM_NUM=155303519 
    ?=0 
    CV=ftp://255.255.255.255/08.50-007C-07.09 
    BSI=0 
    RET_2_RTS=20:34:42 PDT Wed Mar 14 2007 
    RET_2_RCALTS= 
    IP_ADDRESS=192.168.190.08 
    IP_SUBNET_MASK=255.255.252.0 
    DEFAULT_GATEWAY=192.168.190.108 
    TFTP_SERVER=192.168.190.100 
    TFTP_FILE=M_I.bin 
    
    
    DAYTONA platform with 114688 Kbytes of main memory 
    
    rommon 1 >
    
  4. Change to privileged mode.

    rommon 1 > priv 
    You now have access to the full set of monitor commands. 
    Warning: some commands will allow you to destroy your 
    configuration and/or system images and could render 
    the machine unbootable. 
    rommon 2 >
    
  5. The following command will display the cookie information which includes the equipment ID. Just press Enter until the string equipment ID will be shown, type the new equipment ID and press enter (bold font).

    rommon 2 > cookie 
    
    cookie: 
    38 30 30 2d 32 34 39 30 31 2d 30 33 00 52 48 11 
    00 41 31 00 2d 32 34 00 43 41 54 30 39 31 37 30 
    45 52 57 00 00 52 48 11 00 53 4f 55 49 41 46 47 
    42 41 41 00 4d 4c 31 30 30 54 2d 31 32 00 00 00 
    00 52 48 11 00 00 4d 00 00 00 24 02 4d 5f 49 2e 
    62 69 6e 00 20 30 32 00 00 52 48 11 00 00 4d 44 
    d0 6b 54 af 00 00 4d 5c fe 00 31 32 2e 31 28 31 
    34 72 29 45 4f 00 00 52 48 11 00 43 69 73 63 6f 
    20 32 30 30 32 00 00 00 52 48 11 00 00 4d 44 d0 
    6b 54 af 00 00 4d 5c fe 00 91 50 00 00 00 02 d0 
    6b 54 af 00 10 00 13 c4 3d 52 e8 53 44 48 3d 59 
    3b 00 34 20 33 64 20 35 32 20 65 38 00 4d 44 d0 
    6b 54 af 00 00 4d 5c fe 00 91 50 00 00 00 e8 d0 
    6b 54 af f8 42 98 a9 a2 14 07 64 44 40 ec 19 fe 
    03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ff fe 
    
    View/alter bytes of serial cookie by field -- 
    Input hex byte(s) or: CR -> skip field. 
    HW Board Part Number : 800-24901-03 > 
    
    Hw Revision Number : A1 > 
    Hw Serial Number : CAT09170ERW > 
    CLEI Code : SOUIAFGBAA > 
    Card Name : ML100T-12 > 
    Equipment ID : 00 00 24 02 >00002405 
    Application File Name : M_I.bin > 
    Firmware Version : 12.1(14r)EO 
    Copy Right : Cisco 2002 
    Number of MAC Addresses: 10 > 
    Base MAC Address : 00 13 c4 3d 52 e8 > 
    Extended Information : SDH=Y; > 
    rommon 3 > 
    rommon 3 >
    
  6. Boot the card back up.

    rommon 3 > bootp 
    
    
    Sending out BootRequest Msg .... 
    ================================ 
    msgVersion: 3 
    ipAddress: 0xc0a8be08 
    portNumber: 9401 
    cardType: 0x2403 
    ================================ 
    Received BootResponse Msg ...... 
    ================================ 
    msgVersion: 3 
    fileName: M_I.BIN 
    versionString: 08.50-007C-07.09 
    ================================
    
  7. Change the configuration register value to the old one in case you started from step 1, or else leave it as it is.

    Router#conf t 
    Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 
    Router(config)# 
    Router(config)#config-re 
    Router(config)#config-register 0x101 
    Router(config)#^Z 
    Router#
    

Customers may also request an Return Material Authorization (RMA) if they do not want to perform the procedure above.

How to Identify Hardware Levels

To determine the Part Number, and Serial Number of your 15454-MS-ISC-100T, 15454W-MS-ISC-100T, or 15454-MSM-ISC-SK, 15454W-MSM-ISC-SK:

Open Cisco Transport Controller.

From the Shelf View, select Inventory.

From the Inventory tab, locate the 15454-MS-ISC-100T, 15454-MSM-ISC-SK, and compare the information from the Inventory tab against the serial numbers listed above.

If you are using TL1 commands

1. >ACT-USER::

2. >RTRV-INV::ALL

3. >CANC-USER::

Compare the information from the TL1 inventory command against the serial numbers listed above.

Revision History

Revision

Date

Comment

1.0

05-APR-2007

Initial Public Release

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