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Re: Cisco VPN problems

 
 
Thrill5
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      03-03-2009

"Artie Lange" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Gordon Montgomery wrote:
>
>> System returned to ROM by unknown reload cause - reason ptr 0xBFC45F00,
>> PC 0x406
>> 93B10, address 0x0 at 22:28:11 MST Sun Mar 1 2009
>> System restarted at 22:29:22 MST Sun Mar 1 2009
>> System image file is "flash:c2800nm-advipservicesk9-mz.123-11.T3.bin"
>>
>> Any insight you might be able to give would be greatly appreciated.

>
> http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/...8010876d.shtml
>
> Unknown Reload Cause
> Here, the defect that caused the crash does not allow the router to record
> the reload reason. This issue can be related to hardware or software.
> Unless circumstances clearly indicate a hardware problem (see the
> Troubleshoot section), contact your Cisco technical support
> representative.
>
> Check whether you can resolve the defect through an upgrade to the latest
> Cisco IOS Software version in your release train. Otherwise, collect
> additional information from the crashinfo file or from the console logs
> (refer to Troubleshooting Router Crashes), and contact your Cisco
> technical support representative.


You should almost never run "T" code!!!! "T" code is the version where new
software features and hardware support are introduced and is always buggy
and should be considered "beta" code. You should upgrade to 12.4, which is
the "production" version of the 12.3T train. "T" code should only be run if
you MUST have a new software feature or is required for your hardware
platform.


 
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