I have a ICX 7150 that is considered a "brick". I can not get the TFTP to work...Can not even get the ping command to work. Does anyone know of any command that will bring the basic network function back in order to TFTP?
Thanks Simon, The recover instructions do not work since the switch can not perform basic network functions. It can not even ping itself and there is no link on any of the ports. BTW, i am an employee as well. I did speak with support and they did suggest to get a new switch. I am hoping that I can save this one -- I now consider this a challenge:). If I was able to get the TFTP working, then it would be easy to bring it back, but as of right now it is not working.
It happened to me today as well. I am trying to stack two 7150 and hoping factory resetting the second 7150 would just automatically join the slack but found it is running mismatch firmware. So I factory reset it again and hoping it would just get an IP address for management, and I can use Unleashed to upgrade the firmware to match the first 7150. But after second factory reset, it does get an IP address but not responding to ping, or very occasionally a few successful ping packets but definitely unable to ssh to it.
Long story short, I simply load the matching image using USB drive, problem solved, as long as you are not running the FIPS version of ICX.
Hi, You are not pointing to the image file also you need to have tftp server ip and gateway the same. Make sure it is connecting on the management ethernet connection to your tftp server.
If you look at your environment we see: ICX7150-Boot>printenv baudrate=9600 ipaddr=192.168.1.30 serverip=192.168.1.41 netmask=255.255.255.0 gatewayip=192.168.1.1 uboot=mnz10115.bin ver=10.1.15T225 (Jan 30 2019 - 23:08:47 -0800) Environment size: 166/16379 bytes
Can you keep your gateway and serverip the same and run commands: setenv gatewayip=192.168.1.41 saveenv
After that you do the following: ping the tftp server, if it works then make sure the image is on the root of tftp server the n do following based on the image you have: setenv image_name SPR08090g.bin (what ever image name you chsooe for the right type of ICX model) saveenv update_primary update_secondary update_uboot reset
Also if you are going from any 8080 or below code please first upgrade to 8080f non UFI reload then then go to 809x UFI image Hope this helps.