1600 missing commands !

I have a 1600 and a 2500. They work; I can ping each other via a serial cable (back to back dte/dce) I can set up routing on the 2500, but I cant (at the risk of seeming silly) find a whole set of commands on the 1600. for example :

1600(boot)(config)#ip route ^ % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

Likewise "router rip" and "network" just don't seem to be there....

Current configuration: ! version 11.1 service udp-small-servers service tcp-small-servers ! hostname 1600 ! aaa new-model aaa authentication login vyt_m enable enable secret 5 $1$xFU8$DgDuZDb/PU.3alP4S1Gao1 enable password ah ! ! interface Ethernet0 ip address no ip route-cache ! interface Serial0 ip address ! tacacs-server host line con 0 exec-timeout 0 0 line vty 0 exec-timeout 0 0 password ah login authentication vyt_m length 25 line vty 1 4 exec-timeout 0 0 password ah login authentication vyt_m ! end

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barrett bonden
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"1600(boot)(config)#" ... means you are working with the tiny IOS and not the full IOS ip route is not provided in tiny IOS

to solve you problem do:

1600(boot)#show flash ..... output .... "filename.bin"

1600(boot)(config)#boot system flash "filename.bin"

1600(boot)(config)#config-register 0x2102 1600(boot)(config)#end 1600(boot)#reload ...(save?)-> YES, (reload)?->confim

wait a litle and all should be there now :-) btw "filename.bin" needs to be replaced with what is stored on your flash offcourse ;-)

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1600(boot)#show flash %Device in REMOVED state

Picked it up on ebay to learn on ....someone kept the flash I assume. Might I ask(and thanks VERY much for your help) if I buy one on ebay , need I worry over wich model 1600 it came out of ? I've come to understand that only registered customers of cisco are allowed to download the IOS.....

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barrett bonden

Check out:

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It's up to you to make sure the IOS is licensed properly...

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ooosh thats bad businnes :-[ selling a router without memory, next time, i'll try to sell my tv-set without ray-tube in it, or my car without wheels.... i hope you did not payed much then anyway... you can find the required memory modules on ebay too, if you ask on persons that sell a lot of cisco stuff on ebay if they have such flash for ya, they will sell it with a smile. about the IOS is available at cisco if you take some contract (is very low priced) sorry i dont have any link to help you futher on that one

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