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Cisco 7200 Series Routers Boot Images Information

Document Revision History

Contents

Port Adapters and I/O Controllers

Network Processing Engines

Cisco 7201 Router

c7200-mboot-mz Image Information

Error Messages

Sample Standard Boot Image

Sample kboot Image

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines


Cisco 7200 Series Routers Boot Images Information


Document Revision History

The Document Revision History, beginning with OL-3876-02, records technical changes to this document.

Document Version
Date
Change Summary

OL-3876-07

July, 2007

Adding Cisco 7201 and PA-T3/E3-EC information.

OL-3876-06

December, 2006

Adding PA-MC-T3-EC information, and additional NPE-G1 and NPE-G2 information.

OL-3876-05

November, 2006

Adding VPN Service Adapter information, clarifying VAM support, older I/O controller with newer port adapter information, and clarification of software releases.

OL-3876-04

May, 2006

Adding NPE-G2 and its new boot image information.

OL-3876-03

April, 2006

Adding Cisco IOS Release 12.0 (22) S kboot information and Cisco IOS Release 12.0(32)S2 c7200-mboot-mz information.

OL-3876-02

Feb. 3, 2005

Adding PA-POS-1OC3 and SA-VAM2+ information.


The Cisco 7200 series routers have three basic boot images that support different hardware options. The three images are the standard c7200-boot-mz boot image, the c7200-kboot-mz boot image, and the c7200-mboot-mz image. The c7200-kboot-mz image was released in October, 2000 and is larger than the standard c7200-boot-mz image because it supports newer hardware that is not supported in the c7200-boot-mz image.

The c7200-kboot-mz image is too large to fit in the Flash (bootflash) memory of the older I/O controllers and cannot stored on them; however the image can be used if stored on an external flash device and the router is configured with the boot bootldr <device>:<image name> configuration command. Using newer port adapters—that require the c7200-kboot-mz image—with older I/O controllers that use the standard boot image, can result in a system that is unable to boot from a network (TFTP) server. The c7200-mboot-mz image was released in April, 2006 on Cisco IOS Release 12.0(32)S2 and contains support for a small, specific set of port adapters and older I/O controllers. The c7200-mboot-mz image is small enough to fit on older I/O controller Flash (bootflash) memory. The c7200-mboot-mz image is supported on later releases of 12.0(32)S2 also. See the "c7200-mboot-mz Image Information" section.

The sections and tables in this document provide information about which I/O controllers, port adapters, and service adapters are supported by each boot image.


Caution Check both the I/O controller requirements as well as the port adapter requirements to determine if the port adapter is supported on a boot image.

Using newer port adapters—that require the c7200-kboot-mz image—with older I/O controllers that use the standard boot image, can result in a system that is unable to boot from a network (TFTP) server. See Table 8 for information on using other devices from which to boot.

The c7200-kboot-mz image is supported in some Cisco IOS releases, such as E and T. It is supported in Cisco IOS Release 12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S, although PA-A3-8T1IMA and PA-A3-8E1IMA are not supported. This document is intended to give the reader an indication of which port adapters are supported in the standard 12.0 S boot image.

Contents

The following boot image information is in this document:

Port Adapters and I/O Controllers

Table 1 through Table 14 provide information about which port adapters and service adapters and I/O controllers are supported by each boot image.

Network Processing Engines

This section provides information on which network processing engines are support by each boot image.

Cisco 7201 Router

This section provides information on the boot image that supports the Cisco 7201 router.

c7200-mboot-mz Image Information

This section provides a listing of port adapters and I/O controllers supported by the c7200-mboot-mz image.

Sample boot image output is in the "Sample Standard Boot Image" section and the "Sample kboot Image" section.

The "Error Messages" section provides samples of two error messages.

For additional information on boot images, see the "Related Documentation" section.

Port Adapters and I/O Controllers

This section provides boot image information for port adapters and I/O controllers.


Caution Check both the I/O controller requirements as well as the port adapter requirements to determine if the port adapter is supported on a boot image.

Using newer port adapters—that require the c7200-kboot-mz image—with older I/O controllers that use the standard boot image, can result in a system that is unable to boot from a network (TFTP) server. See Table 8 for information on using other devices from which to boot.

Table 1 Acceleration Module

Acceleration Module
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

C7200 VSA

No

No

No

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 2 ATM Port Adapters 

ATM Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-A1-OC3MM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A1-OC3SMI

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4E1XC-OC3SM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4E1XC-E3ATM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4E1YC-OC3SM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4E1YC-E3ATM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4T1C-OC3SM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A2-4T1C-T3ATM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-T3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-E3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-OC3MM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-OC3SMI

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-OC3SML

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-A3-8T1IMA

No

No

Yes

PA-A3-8E1IMA

No

No

Yes

PA-A6-OC3-MM

No

Yes

Yes

PA-A6-OC3-SMI

No

Yes

Yes

PA-A6-OC3-SML

No

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 3 Channelized Port Adapters

Channelized Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image ( 12.1 E and later releases of 12.x1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-1C-E

No

Yes

Yes

PA-1C-P

No

Yes

Yes

PA-4C-E3

No

No

No

PA-FC-1G

No

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4

3 PA-4C-E is not supported in either boot image, although it is supported in full Cisco IOS images on the Cisco 7200 platform.


Table 4 DPT Port Adapters 

DPT Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-SRP-OC12MM

No

Yes

Yes

PA-SRP-OC12SI

No

Yes

Yes

PA-SRP-OC12SML

No

Yes

Yes

PA-SRP-OC12SMX

No

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 5 FDDI Port Adapters 

FDDI Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-F-MM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-F-SM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-F/FD-MM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-F/FD-SM

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 6 Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Ethernet Port Adapters 

Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Ethernet Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-12E/2FE

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-8E

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-5EFL

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4E

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2FEISL-TX

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2FEISL-FX

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-FE-TX

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-FE-FX

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-100VG

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-DSIC

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-GE

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2FE-TX

No

Yes

Yes

PA-2FE-FX

No

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 7 High Speed Serial Port Adapters

High Speed Serial Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-H (Rev. B)

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2H (Rev B)

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3, and 12.4


Table 8 I/O Controllers1

I/O Controllers
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12.1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 2
12.2 and later releases of 12. 3
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

C7200-I/O-FE4

No

No

No

C7200-I/O4

No

No

No

C7200-I/O-GE+E

No

Yes

Yes

C7200-I/O-2FE/E

No

Yes

Yes

1 Using newer port adapters—that require the c7200-kboot-mz image—with older I/O controllers that use the standard boot image, can result in a system that is unable to boot from a network (TFTP) server.

2 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

3 Releases 12.3 and 12.4

4 The kboot images will not fit on the bootflash on C7200-I/O-E and C7200-I/O, however the kboot image will recognize and function with the I/O controllers. The kboot image needs to be stored on an external flash device (slot0:, slot1:, disk0:, disk1: or disk2:) and then pointed to by the configuration command: boot bootldr <device>:<image name>


For information on storing or copying a boot image to an external flash device, see the CompactFlash Disk, Flash Disk, and Flash Memory Card Information chapter of the Memory Replacement Instructions for the Network Processing Engine or Network Services Engine and Input/Output Controller document, and the Using the Flash Disk document.

Table 9 Multichannel Serial Port Adapters 

Multichannel Serial
Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-CT3/4T1

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2CE1/PRI-75

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2CE1/PRI-120

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2CT1/PRI

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-E3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-T3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-2T3+

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-2E1/120

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-8E1/120

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-4T1

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-8T1

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-T3-EC

No

No

No

PA-MC-8DSX1

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4B-U

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-8B-ST

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-8TE1+

No

Yes

Yes

PA-MC-STM-1

No

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 10 Serial Port Adapters 

Serial Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-E3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2E3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-T3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-T3+

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2T3

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-2T3+

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-T3/E3-EC

No

No

No

PA-4E1G-75

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4E1G-120

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-8T-X21

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-8T-V35

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-8T-232

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4T

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4T+

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 11 Service Adapters 

Service Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12.x E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

SA-Comp/1

Yes

Yes

Yes

SA-Comp/4

Yes

Yes

Yes

SA-Encyrpt

No

Yes

Yes

SA-ISA (DES/3DES)

No

Yes

Yes

SA-VAM

No

Yes 3

Yes3

SA-VAM2

No

Yes3

Yes3

SA-VAM2+

No

Yes3

Yes3

C7200 VSA (see Table 1)

 

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4

3 The mboot, kboot, and boot images do not support any encryption features. These cards are listed as not supported in the *boot images. However, the cards may be recognized, or an error message may be printed, depending on the card that is installed.


Table 12 SONET Port Adapters

SONET Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-POS-1OC3

No

Yes

Yes

PA-POS-2OC3

No

Yes

Yes

PA-POS-OC3-MM

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-POS-OC3SMI

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-POS-OC3SML

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 13 Token Ring Port Adapters

Token Ring Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-4R

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4R-FDX

Yes

Yes

Yes

PA-4R-DTR

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Table 14 Voice Port Adapters 

Voice Port Adapters
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12. 1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

PA-MCX-2TE1

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-MCX-4TE1

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-MCX-8TE1

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-MCX-8TE1+

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXA-1TE1-24+

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXA-1TE1-30+

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXB-2TE1

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXC-2TE1

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXB-2TE1+

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

PA-VXC-2TE1+

No

No

Supported only on 12.1T and later releases of 12.T1 and 12.2 and later releases of 12.2

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4


Network Processing Engines

This section provides boot image information for the network processing engines, NPE-G1—Table 15, and NPE-G2— router, Table 16.

Table 15 NPE-G11

Network Processing Engine
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image (12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image (12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image
12.1 E and later releases of 12.1 E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 2
12.2 and later releases of 12. 3
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B

NPE-G14

No

Yes [12.0(28)S]

Yes [12.0(28)S]

1 Only network processing engines beginning with the NPE-G1 carry I/O controller functionality.

2 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

3 Releases 12.3 and 12.4

4 When no I/O controller is present in a Cisco 7200 VXR chassis with an NPE-G1 or NPE-G2 installed, the NPE-G1 or NPE-G2 takes over the functionality of the I/O controller.



Note The NPE-G2 kboot image begin with c7200p. This is different from the previous Cisco 7200 series routers boot image naming conventions. See Table 16 below.


Table 16 NPE-G2

Network Processing Engine-
Supported on Standard c7200-boot-mz Image
(12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image

(12.0 (22) S and later releases of 12.0 S)
Supported on c7200-kboot-mz Image

12.1 E and later releases of 12.x1E
12.1 T and later releases of 12.T 1
12.2 and later releases of 12. 2
12.2B and 12.3B and later releases of 12.2B and 12.3B
Supported on c7200p-kboot-mz image
12.4(11)T and later releases of 12.4T
12.2(31) SB and later releases of 12.2SB
12.4XD and later releases of 12.4XD
12.2XN and later releases of 12.2XN

NPE-G2

No

No

No

Yes3

1 Releases 12.2T, 12.3T, and 12.4T

2 Releases 12.3 and 12.4

3 The VPN Service Adapter (VSA) is not supported on the c7200p-kboot-mz image.


Cisco 7201 Router

The Cisco 7201 router uses the same boot image as the NPG-G2— c7200p-kboot-mz on the following Cisco IOS Releases:

Cisco IOS Release12.4(4)XD7 and later releases.

Cisco IOS Release12.2(31)SB5 and later releases.

Cisco IOS Release12.4(15T1 and later releases.

c7200-mboot-mz Image Information

The c7200-mboot-mz image was released in April, 2006 on Cisco IOS Release 12.0(32)S2 and contains support for a small, specific set of port adapters and older I/O controllers. The c7200-mboot-mz image is small enough to fit on older I/O controller Flash (bootflash) memory. The c7200-mboot-mz image is supported on later releases of 12.0(32)S also.

Only the following port adapters and I/O controllers are supported on the c7200-mboot-mz image:

PA-A3-OC3

PA-A6-OC3

PA-2FE

PA-FE

PA-MC-4T1

PA-POS-OC3

PA-4E

PA-8E

C7200-I/O

C7200-I/O-FE

C7200-I/O-2FE/E

C7200-I/O-GE/E

Error Messages

The following error messages are displayed on bootup when a new I/O controller is used with the standard boot image (c7200-boot-mz).

The following error message is displayed with the C7200-I/O-2FE/E I/O controller and the standard boot image (c72000-boot-mz):

%C7200-3-IONOTSUPPORTEDBYLOADER:I/O Controller (type 533) is not supported by this boot 
loader. The I/O Controller network interfaces will be unavailable.

The following error message is displayed with the Cisco 7200-I/O-GE/E I/O controller and the standard boot image (c72000-boot-mz):

%C7200-3-IONOTSUPPORTEDBYLOADER:I/O Controller (type 534) is not supported by this boot 
loader. The I/O Controller network interfaces will be unavailable.

Sample Standard Boot Image

Router# copy tftp bootflash:
Address or name of remote host []? 0.0.0
Source filename []? c7200-boot-mz.120-5.S
Destination filename [c7200-boot-mz.120-5.S]?
Accessing tftp://biff/c7200-boot-mz.120.S...
Loading c7200-boot-mz.120-5.S from 000.000.000.000 (via Ethernet 4/0):
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

[OK - 3132516/6264832 bytes]

3132516 bytes copied in 28.488 secs (111875 bytes/sec)

Sample kboot Image

Router# copy tftp bootflash:
Address or name of remote host []? 0.0.0
Source filename []? c7200-kboot-mz.122-4.BW
Destination filename [c7200-kboot-mz.122-4.BW]?
Loading c7200-kboot-mz.122-4.BW from 000.000.000.000 (via GigabitEthernet0/3):
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

[OK - 5137928/10275840 bytes]

5137928 bytes copied in 45.420 secs (114176 bytes/sec)

Related Documentation

Complex configuration procedures are beyond the scope of this publication and can be found in the modular configuration and modular command reference publications in the Cisco IOS software configuration documentation set that corresponds to the software release installed on your Cisco hardware.

For more information about Boot Images, see Field Notice:Oversized Cisco 7200/uBR 7200 Boot Image, at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/ts/fn/610/fn61128.html

For field-replaceable units (FRUs) documentation, see the Field-Replaceable Units section on the Cisco 7200 VXR Product Overview page at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/7200/install_and_upgrade/7200vxr_install_config/5013ov.html

For port adapter documentation, see http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/routers/7200/roadmaps/7200_series_port_adapter_doc_roadmap/3530.html

For troubleshooting information, see http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/7200/roadmaps/7200_series_trblshoot_doc_roadmap/3518.html

For international agency compliance, safety, and statutory information for wide-area network (WAN) interfaces for the Cisco 7200 VXR series routers, refer to the document Cisco 7200 Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/routers/7200/install_and_upgrade/regulatory_compl_safety_7200/3419pnc6.html

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

For information on obtaining documentation, obtaining support, providing documentation feedback, security guidelines, and also recommended aliases and general Cisco documents, see the monthly What's New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised technical documentation at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html.