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Alex Pfeil
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Upgraded ISE from 2.3 to 2.4 Slow Link

We just recently upgraded ISE from 2.3 to 2.4.  One of our servers had a slow link 10 Mbps to copy the 9GB file over.  It seems like it would time out of the GUI after 90 minutes. I was able to change the path of the file in order to get a faster speed and complete the copy. I thought I would share this for anyone doing a similar install.

GUI upgrade and 9GB file copy - 90 minute timeout.

The GUI would say that the download failed.

Thanks,

Alex

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Damien Miller
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I performed something similar with 2.1 recently.  The timeout in 2.1 was a third of what you were dealing with and it kept failing.

The easiest way for anyone that finds this is pretty simple.

1. Copy the upgrade file to disk: on each node via the CLI and FTP

2. Set up a repository from the maintenance tab that points at disk:

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Damien Miller
VIP Advisor

I performed something similar with 2.1 recently.  The timeout in 2.1 was a third of what you were dealing with and it kept failing.

The easiest way for anyone that finds this is pretty simple.

1. Copy the upgrade file to disk: on each node via the CLI and FTP

2. Set up a repository from the maintenance tab that points at disk:

View solution in original post

Thanks for the quick update.  I will use this method in the future.

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