i have to reinstall the DNA-Center from scratch and therefore i need the bootimage. According to the Cisco installation guide you should:
You can download the latest Cisco DNA Center ISO image from Cisco.com
|Step 1||Go to the following URL address:|
But i can't find the image anywhere. Any ideas?
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The documentation is all online now. You will simply need to open a TAC Case to get the desired .ISO file posted for you.
Cisco Digital Network Architecture Center Appliance Installation Guide, Release 1.2.10 (M4 Chassis)
Cisco Digital Network Architecture Center Appliance Installation Guide, Release 1.2.10 (M5 Chassis)
I'd like to reimage the DNA Center I have in the lab. Everything is remote, I have access to a Windows VM that's on the same network as the DNA-C and from here access to the CIMC.
The reimage guide says to create a bootable USB stick and reimage from this. Can I reimage it via the CIMC and a virtual .ISO from the KVM session?
The Documentation is correct and you are supposed to use a USB drive for "Supported Installs". If you install using anything other then the USB drive is "officially" not supported. That Said, CIMC installs will work when mounted from the same IP subnet and NFS will work for most situations.
It doesn't mention anywhere about doing this via virtual media - it just says bootable USB.
It does work however as I'm doing it now. Its taken about 3-hours 40-minutes so far and its just rebooted.