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The following script will download firmware packages and then upload them to UCSM (Multiple instances if necessary).
The script will also download the latest drivers ISO's for UCS B-Series and C-Series Servers.
11/7 - Added local bootflash storage check to assure the image can be uploaded without error.
See the Below Help file for instructions.
Get and Send Firmware Packages to UCS
Downloads firmware packages from support.cisco.com and uploads images to UCSM
IP Address or comma separated set if IP Addresses of the UCSM instance/s. If an IP is entered here the UCSM .csv list will be ignored.
Get the latest version of UCSM Firmware
Full path to a .csv formatted list of UCSM IP's to interact with. Must be 2 rows with a "UCSM" header in row 1, and a "IP" header in row 2.
Target version you want to deploy. Valid formats are x.x.xx or x.x(xx). Example 2.0.2q | 2.0(2q).
Directory you want the images downloaded too. Defaults to "C:\UCSMImages"
If the directory does not exist, it will be created.
Include Drivers .iso's (Always Latest)
Include C-Series server package. (By default C-Series packages will not be downloaded)
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