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melanie.pflaume1
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ise 1.4 upgrade timeout

Hello together,

i am new here, hopefully you can help me out.

i have a new ise 1.4.0.253 with installed patched 3 and 4 and want to upgrade these to 2.0.

when i configure the repository for a sftp direction, than i get directly a timeout.

After that i have reconfigured the repository to the local store "disk:/test"

When i than try to copy the upgrade file from over 5 GB to the ISE via tftp the ise shows the error "Transfer timed out. %Error: Transfer failed"

The tftp server said: sent package, without any error message.

The upgrade file can also be seen in the target directory with "dir disk:/test"

When i ignore the transfer error and start the upgrade prepare process the checksums are not fitting and the error message occurs:

"Unable to unbundle the package. It should be in tar.gz file format."

But the file is a ise-upgradebundle-1.3.x-and-1.4.x-to-2.0.0.306.x86_64.tar.gz

Has maybe anyone an idea, how i could start the upgrade process on other ways?

regards,

Melanie

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melanie.pflaume1
Beginner

Hi,

the solution was to use a different tftp server.

It looks like some tftp server has trouble with sending more than 4 GB.

The 3CDeamon tool worked for me.

I do agree with Melanie. After countless hours I successfully managed to copy the upgradebundle using 3CDeamon. The following tools did not work with me:

- Free TFTPd

- Filezilla FTP server

- Solarwinds free TFTP server

- Core FTP

Also make sure you disable your Internet security suite. I have Komodo suite and I noticed it interferes with the copy somehow.

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