VPN Module NVRAM Error

moinseoulmoinseoul Member Posts: 6 ■□□□□□□□□□
After trying to enroll a 1712 router with a CA, my router kept requesting and being granted certificates, but didn't appear to be able to write them to flash/nvram. After rebooting, the VPN module produced the following error:

Error: %C1700_EM-3-NVRAMFAIL : VPN Module could not read its own NVRAM configuration: ([dec])

Explanation An NVRAM error has occurred, preventing the VPN module from being able to read its own NVRAM configuration.

Recommendation: Call tech support!

I am studying CCSP on my own and bought the router used, so I don't have access to tech support. Removed the module and the CA enrollment and VPN work fine, but I would still like to know the cause and solution to this problem.

Thanks

Comments

  • mikej412mikej412 Member Posts: 10,090
    It's either a bad AIM-VPN module, or someone installed an unsupported version. There are several different versions of the AIM-VPN modules and they don't work in every router -- match the version to the router.
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