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drn
Occasional Contributor II

Firmware Upgrade

Hello, am trying to upgrade our master and local controller to 6.4.2.5 Aruba OS. I've been told i need to break the ipsec connection between local and master by typing the following.

conf t

localip 172.28.19.1 ipsec hello

 

I get an error back saying invalid input at '^' marker (which is pointing under the h)

 

Any help will be appreciated

Guru Elite

Re: Firmware Upgrade

If you plant to upgrade both controllers, you should not have to break the ipsec connection.

 



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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drn
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Firmware Upgrade

Thanks, so i can just type

 

boot system partition 1

reload

 

OS has been loaded onto this partition for us

Guru Elite

Re: Firmware Upgrade

When you upload the firmware, it automatically switches the partition.  Type "show boot" to confirm.

 

You should be able to just reboot, yes.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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drn
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Firmware Upgrade

This is what i see - pic attached

Guru Elite

Re: Firmware Upgrade

***Default Boot****  is next to partition 0, which means that you do need to manually switch the partition to partition 1.  Normally, you would not have to switch the partition, because loading the upgrade firmware should automatically select the partition that it is being upgraded.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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drn
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Firmware Upgrade

Thanks, a 3rd party pre-loaded the updated firmware a while back so that we could upgrade at a later date.

Sorry to keep on - do i switch partition for master first and then once completed, switch for local ?

Guru Elite

Re: Firmware Upgrade

You can switch the partition for both master and local at the same time.  Switching the partition does not interrrupt any service on the controller.  You can also reboot both the master and the local at the same time, after you set the boot partition correctly.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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drn
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Firmware Upgrade

Many Thanks - big big help

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