Question about Cisco Catalyst 3560-24PS Switch
If you issued a write erase, you removed the configuration, not the boot image. You will need to re-configure the switch back to the way it was. There is no way to recover the config, unless you have backed it up, or saved a old version under a different name on the flash.
Posted on Mar 12, 2014
This means that switch is in boot mode, In order to boot it use "dir flash:" and see if you can find a valid image in it. if it is there, use "boot flash:<image name>" to boot up the switch. in case there is no image we need to do an xmodem to recover the switch, we need to have a console cable connected in the console port and an image for 3560 on your system, Issue the command " copy xmodem:<image name> flash:<image name> " after this go to transfer file in the menu of hyperterminal and choose " send a file " browse the file and select protocol as "xmodem" this will take around 4 hours to copy and then you just need to enter " boot" and switch will be up.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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