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Trapeze (juniper) MX-400 not booting

Trapeze (juniper) MX-400 not booting

Trapeze (juniper) MX-400 not booting

(OP)
had one brand new in the box, powered it up and I get the MGMT light blinking amber rapidly.

Console in and the system can boot the image off the CF, when I type boot, I get a CRC error from the image and it won't load.....

Anyone that knows this product better than I have any suggestions on where to go from here....again this was brand new in the box and powered on DOA....

Help would be appreciated

RE: Trapeze (juniper) MX-400 not booting

(OP)
BELOW IS A CAPTURE OF THE ERROR



boot> boot
Compact Flash load from boot0:MX070E01.04C.
12/11/30 16:00:53 RTC EEPROM CRC Mismatch: CALC_CRC 0x9de6 EEPROM_CRC 0x3a1b.
Buffer not valid
load_compact_flash: File <boot0:MX070E01.04C> is not a valid image for this platform.
Compact Flash boot failed. No entry set.

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