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4200G infinite loop

RandyH9
Occasional Contributor

4200G infinite loop

Our 4200G boots then flashes A and reboots (infinte loop) any ideas?



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Fred_Mancen_1
Super Advisor

Re: 4200G infinite loop

Probably the .app file is corrupted or missing. Try to break the boot sequence using CTRL+B, then check the file system of the switch and check which is the file that is configured to boot. Just to make sure, even if the file is correctly configured try to reassign the .app file that exists in the flash to boot. If does not work, perform an upload with a new .app file.



HTH



RandyH9
Occasional Contributor

Re: 4200G infinite loop

Thanks. UNfortunatley I can't even break the boot seq It never gets to that point where I can CTRL-B. 



Is there any other way to get the switch to Factory Defaults?  Any idea what  "A" in the display means b4 the reboot?



thanks again!



Randy



This message was edited by RandyH9 on 3-25-10 @ 11:55 AM
Fred_Mancen_1
Super Advisor

Re: 4200G infinite loop

Randy, I've never seen this before...even in the release notes there is no reference to the unit status display showing the "A". I don't know what could it be...



Regards