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 Post subject: Unable to initialize router instance
PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:45 am 
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has anyone experienced this:



Cisco Router Simulation Platform (version 0.2.8-RC5-x86/Windows stable)
Copyright (c) 2005-2011 Christophe Fillot.
Build date: Jan 24 2013 05:51:47

Local UUID: 95065550-5c8f-41b5-9c2f-c629e74ca697

Virtual RAM size set to 64 MB.
Idle PC set to 0x0.
IOS image file: I:\CISCO TRAINING\uncompressed IOS\C2600-AD.BIN

ILT: loaded table "mips64j" from cache.
ILT: loaded table "mips64e" from cache.
ILT: loaded table "ppc32j" from cache.
ILT: loaded table "ppc32e" from cache.
CPU0: carved JIT exec zone of 16 Mb into 512 pages of 32 Kb.
NVRAM is empty, setting config register to 0x2142
C2600 instance 'default' (id 0):
VM Status : 0
RAM size : 64 Mb
NVRAM size : 128 Kb
IOS image : I:\CISCO TRAINING\uncompressed IOS\C2600-AD.BIN

Loading BAT registers
cygwin warning:
MS-DOS style path detected: I:\CISCO TRAINING\uncompressed IOS\C2600-AD.BIN
Preferred POSIX equivalent is: /cygdrive/i/CISCO TRAINING/uncompressed IOS/C26
00-AD.BIN
CYGWIN environment variable option "nodosfilewarning" turns off this warning.
Consult the user's guide for more details about POSIX paths:
http://cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/using.h ... -pathnames
Loading ELF file 'I:\CISCO TRAINING\uncompressed IOS\C2600-AD.BIN'...
load_elf_image: invalid load address 0x84000000
C2600 'default': failed to load Cisco IOS image 'I:\CISCO TRAINING\uncompressed
IOS\C2600-AD.BIN'.
Unable to initialize router instance.

I have a DELL 8500 WIN8 computer that I just bought. I don't understand the file system issue. any advise is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.




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 Post subject: Re: Unable to initialize router instance
PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 3:54 pm 
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This question is a bit older, but as I ran into the same error and found no answer online:
I was able to resolve the issue by increasing the virtual RAM for the virtual router (e.g. 256MB instead of very minimal 64MB).
You might want to check the Cisco website for infos on how much RAM the image actually requires to boot.




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