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anup.kandpile
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Cisco ISE 2.4 to 3.1 Migration, including Change of IP due to DC move

Hi,

 

We are planning a DC migration and the Cisco ISE 2.4 needs to be migrated over to the new IP Space. We want to keep the old one running to support existing devices before/during/after the migration.

 

Since we are going to spin up a new VM, we are hoping to go directly to 3.1 and copy the configs over from the old server. The only changes would be the change of IP for the primary and secondary server in the new DC.

 

Any documentations / steps that you can point to would be of great help.


Thanks

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thomas
Cisco Employee

You cannot go direct from ISE 2.4 to 3.1 - only to 3.0 by actual upgrade.

You would need to do a backup and restore process from 2.4 onto your new ISE node with new IP on 3.1.

You should be joining our ISE Webinars and/or watching them on our CiscoISE YouTube Channel where we talked about upgrading to 3.1:

Upgrading your Cisco ISE Deployment

Learn the options to migrate your ISE deployment to the latest version. This will prepare you with strategies to upgrade your deployment to take advantage of the latest features.
You will learn :

  • what changes went into the latest patches and previous releases
  • how upgrades are more reliable
  • your available upgrade options
  • pre-upgrades, methods for upgrade as well as post-upgrade tasks
  • best practices for migrating your ISE deployments

00:20 Agenda
01:44 ISE Versions and Suggested Releases
02:57 ISE 3.1 Release Features
03:40 Supported Releases for Upgrading to ISE 3.1
06:02 Upgrade Workflow
07:04 Upgrade Methods: Backup & Restore, GUI, or CLI
11:00 Upgrade Preparations: Backup, Certs, Health Check
14:32 Upgrade Options Overview: Split and Full Upgrades
17:40 Full Upgrade Process Details
21:28 Upgrade Pre-Checks
27:09 Demo of Full Upgrade from ISE 2.7 to 3.1
38:45 Split Upgrade Process Details
44:11 Demo of Split Upgrade from ISE 2.6 to 3.1
52:38 Split vs Full Upgrade Process Comparison
54:38 Post Upgrade Tasks
56:13 ISE Upgrade Resources

 

 

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thomas
Cisco Employee

You cannot go direct from ISE 2.4 to 3.1 - only to 3.0 by actual upgrade.

You would need to do a backup and restore process from 2.4 onto your new ISE node with new IP on 3.1.

You should be joining our ISE Webinars and/or watching them on our CiscoISE YouTube Channel where we talked about upgrading to 3.1:

Upgrading your Cisco ISE Deployment

Learn the options to migrate your ISE deployment to the latest version. This will prepare you with strategies to upgrade your deployment to take advantage of the latest features.
You will learn :

  • what changes went into the latest patches and previous releases
  • how upgrades are more reliable
  • your available upgrade options
  • pre-upgrades, methods for upgrade as well as post-upgrade tasks
  • best practices for migrating your ISE deployments

00:20 Agenda
01:44 ISE Versions and Suggested Releases
02:57 ISE 3.1 Release Features
03:40 Supported Releases for Upgrading to ISE 3.1
06:02 Upgrade Workflow
07:04 Upgrade Methods: Backup & Restore, GUI, or CLI
11:00 Upgrade Preparations: Backup, Certs, Health Check
14:32 Upgrade Options Overview: Split and Full Upgrades
17:40 Full Upgrade Process Details
21:28 Upgrade Pre-Checks
27:09 Demo of Full Upgrade from ISE 2.7 to 3.1
38:45 Split Upgrade Process Details
44:11 Demo of Split Upgrade from ISE 2.6 to 3.1
52:38 Split vs Full Upgrade Process Comparison
54:38 Post Upgrade Tasks
56:13 ISE Upgrade Resources

 

 

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