I struggled earlier this week to upgrade an ICX7450 from 9.0 to 9.0.1c and one of the things that I tried, but did not work, was to use an scp client to copy the file *to* the switch. For example,
scp SPR09010cufi.bin firstname.lastname@example.org:flash:sec:SPR9010cufi.bin
It's described here, too: https://docs.commscope.com/bundle/fastiron-08095-upgradeguide/page/GUID-C276A95F-9988-49A2-8159-9F18...
The file copies over ... but that it did was to create file in /home/username.
In lieu of the method described above, is there a spot to drop the file into the ICX where it will then be recognized as the primary or secondary?
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Engineering confirmed SCP is now only allowed from FastIron CLI. External push has been blocked.
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Did you try from FI CLI? It would be something like this:
copy scp flash <scp-serv-ip> SPR9010cufi.bin <primary/secondary>
I will give the SCP push option a shot in the lab. I have not done this on 9.x yet myself.
Yes, the "pull" option you described worked once I opened up our SSH/SCP server to accept connections from our router IP. 😀
Please share what you find out about the SCP push option -- thanks for being willing to try that in the lab.
Looks like a bug to me. I have gone ahead and filed a defect for it. Looks like scp push is working in 8095g, but failing in 9010c.
Thanks for replicating the issue and filing that defect.