I just wanted to personally thank you for your answer on this forum. I searched google for the same problem that other user was having and your answer was the first to come up. I never knew to answer "no" to that question after the wr erase command. Well, thanks again.
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Dual-FRU power supply with integrated fan
Layer 3 features with IP Lite feature set
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When you say you were able to connect to the switch through hyperterm, were you able to login with the enable password?
If not, you cannot reset the factory defaults without the enable password.
If you do not have this then search on Cisco's site for password recovery for your model switch.
If you did login with the enable password, the command to run for CATos is "clear config all".
For Cisco IOS, you have the right command with "write erase". When you issue that command, do you get a "Erase of nvram: complete
" or an error?
Are you issuing the "reload" command after a successful erase?
Be sure you answer No when it asks "System configuration has been modified. Save? [yes/no]:" as sometimes this seems misleading and some people think they mean to save the reloaded default.
They are really warning you that you are about to loose the old configuration and attempting to prevent you from accidently erasing it. So answer "no".
After a successful reload of the IOS you should also clear any VLAN information.
To do this, issue "delete flash:vlan.dat" and then do another "reload".