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upgrade ERS 4800 from standard image to secure image

upgrade ERS 4800 from standard image to secure image

upgrade ERS 4800 from standard image to secure image

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ERS4800 switches stack standard image: v5.9.5.052 (diag FW:5.8.0.3)

Trying to upgrade to the secure version 4800_5126007s.img.


When upgrading to any secure version upgrade fails.


What do I need to do to upgrade from a standard image to a secure image?

RE: upgrade ERS 4800 from standard image to secure image

That version looks to be a downgrade as you are running 5.9.5 and trying to replace with version 5.1.2.6. try to find a Boss version newer that what you are running. It probably does not like the idea of downgrade when it compares versions. I dont have any 4800 switches but 470 & 550 dont like to jump too far ahead without incremental upgrades or you get the same result.

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