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Last Updated: 5/29/2014 1:42:12 PM
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Extreme Networks: Downloading new software image

By Erik Rodriguez

Tags: Extreme Networks image upgrade, download Extreme Networks image firmware, Dowload Extreme software to switch, Extreme Networks download image

This article provides information on how to download a new software image to an extreme switch.

Requirements

You will need a TFTP server (like tftpd32) that is reachable from the switch you want to install to. You will also need the .xos file containing the image for the switch model you are using. Commands highlighted in green are varables that will specific to your environment.

download image 192.168.40.185 summitX-15.3.1.4-patch1-33.xos "VR-Default" secondary
Switch34 # download image 192.168.40.185 summitX-15.3.1.4-patch1-33.xos "VR-Default" secondary  
Do you want to install image after downloading? (y - yes, n - no,  - cancel) Yes

Downloading to Switch.......................................................................................
Installing to secondary partition!

Installing to Switch........................................................................................
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Image installed successfully
This image will be used only after rebooting the switch!
You will not be able to download a new image to the primary paritition because it is active. Once you reboot on the secondary parition, you can then re-copy the new image so that both your primary and secondary images match. Altneratively, you can leave an old image in the event you want to rollback to the previous software version.





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