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Cisco Router Boot Loop

I am trying to set the IP of my Cisco Router yet Hyperterminal just shows as the state being constantly up and down every couple of seconds. It doesn't even give me time to enter a command at all. I have tried Ctrl Break but that diesn't seem to work.

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  • katvn Nov 05, 2008

    I actually solved this problem with a bit of trial and error. I ended up having to also plug in a cross over cable between the router and the computer (as well as the console cable). That seemed to fix it! All fixed now, thanks.

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You need to follow the steps to perform a password recovery on the router.
don'y actually perform the password recovery step, but you need to get a uncorrupted copy of the isos installed.

then try again.

I have assumed that when you power on the device you are able to see the boot process in hyperterminal, then just befor you get to type anything the unit reboots.

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