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Cisco Bug: CSCuo99866 - Working NIM fails to boot up after replacing a problematic SKU

Last Modified

Nov 11, 2020

Products (2)

  • Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers
  • Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

15.5(1)S 15.5(2)S

Description (partial)

Symptom:
NIM-1T/2T/4T module fails to boot. 
"show hw-module subslot all oir" CLI output always shows the module as "booting" or the router puts the module in "out-of-service" state.

Conditions:
Following are the steps by which the problem was reported:
1. Insert a NIM-1T/2T/4T card in the router - faulty card that is not booting
2. After the module has been identified as not booting or put in out of service state, replace the module with another module of the same type (that was working previously).
3. After the new module is replaced, the new module also was reported to fail to boot.

Related Community Discussions

Card not present - How do I configure a WIC on a ISR 4331?
Greetings, I have a Cisco ISR 4331 that I'm configuring to replace an older router. I'm adding a 2MFT-T1/E1 card into the first 'slot', which appears to be labeled NIM 1. Typically, I've added a card by typing......   card type t1 0 1   .....which, ironically, is what I see to add when i boot the router and look at the current config. When I type this command, I get the message 'Card not present'.   Any thoughts would be appreciated. Chris  
Latest activity: Dec 06, 2017
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