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ronsrussell
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1534 bootstrap mode recovery

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Switch starts up in bootstrap mode. What is the procedure to recovery from this?

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evanh
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Re: 1534 bootstrap mode recovery

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Ronald,

Please see the Clearing FLASH and Upgrading in AOS Bootstrap‌ document.

Most likely, a firmware version on your flash is corrupt. You may not have to reformat, but you can use the rest of the document to explain how to load new firmware and then boot up on it once it is applied.

You will need a straight through DB9 male to female console cable to do this.

Thanks,

Evan

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evanh
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Re: 1534 bootstrap mode recovery

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Ronald,

Please see the Clearing FLASH and Upgrading in AOS Bootstrap‌ document.

Most likely, a firmware version on your flash is corrupt. You may not have to reformat, but you can use the rest of the document to explain how to load new firmware and then boot up on it once it is applied.

You will need a straight through DB9 male to female console cable to do this.

Thanks,

Evan

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Re: 1534 bootstrap mode recovery

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