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Bringing an BPX/IGX/IPX Online from the Boot Loader Mode

Document ID: 10777

Updated: Oct 06, 2005

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Introduction

This document describes the procedure to bring a processor from an BPX/IGX/IPX online from the boot loader mode.

Prerequisites

Requirements

There are no specific requirements for this document.

Components Used

This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions.

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Bringing the Node Online

If you have used a clrallcnf command, which clears the configuration, the node is placed in the boot loader mode because it does not know which revision of the software is loaded. Complete the following steps to bring the node online from the boot loader mode.

Note: You must be on the console port of the node.

  1. Use the dspcc a command to show the version of code running on the active processor.

    Cisco            Rev: ERP    
    
    Detailed Card Display for NPC in slot 2
    
    Status:          Active
    Revision:        ERP
    ROM Id:          9.3.45
    RAM Id:          9.3.45
    BRAM Id:
    BRAM Flag:
    Flash EEPROMs:   Standard Installed
                                                                                   
    Last Command: dspcc a
    
  2. Use the setrev xx.xx.xx p command to tell the software what version of code to run.

    Cisco            Rev: ERP    
    
    Detailed Card Display for NPC in slot 2
    
    Status:          Active
    Revision:        ERP
    ROM Id:          9.3.45
    RAM Id:          9.3.45
    BRAM Id:
    BRAM Flag:
    Flash EEPROMs:   Standard Installed
                                                                                    
    Last Command: setrev 9.3.45 p
    

    The transition to online in progress message is displayed, and the node reboots.

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Updated: Oct 06, 2005
Document ID: 10777