04-23-2013 01:47 AM
is there a way to use "archive upload-sw" in a script?
04-24-2013 11:16 AM
To do an upgrade? Did you mean archive download-sw? Either way, you can use these commands in a script provided your script waits long enough for them to complete (and you specify all of the options or interact with any prompts). A software upgrade can last a long time (depending on platform and network protocol). I would recommend configuring the EEM policy with a maxrun around 30 minutes just to be safe (maxrun 1800).
04-25-2013 11:39 AM
a try to make it simple. ich i connect a new switch first time. I would like to send them a default config file (this is trivial) and of course the right image. but cisco delivers with different old versions and most are on 12.2 an below. so i dont can use EMM until i have upgraded this device. thats why i ask for a solution.
it would be perfect to setup them by a config file and the valid image in one step.
thanks for ideas
04-25-2013 07:54 PM
04-27-2013 07:48 AM
it's a real interestig presentation.it confirms as i expected. it is possible. but i'm not familar with EEM-scripting. may be it's possible to get as hort sample
11-30-2013 07:42 PM
Hmmmm ... Not really EEM but are you talking about ZeroTouch?
You plug a new switch (no config, of course) into a 3560 or 3750 and this new switch pulls down the specified IOS and model-specific configuration.
If this is the case, type in "Zero-Touch leo" in the search bar on the upper right-hand corner for the link.
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11-30-2013 12:03 AM
Yes, I have developed a configuration along with EEM scripts that upgrade my 3560's in my lab, and all I have to do is set the version of IOS on the server and clear the box and reboot. I have the EEM scripts pull a config and upgrade/downgrade the box via the archive command set. Currently I am using a raspberry py as the server, and it works great, I would not recommend for heavy loads. I am currently writing a frontend and writing up documents to explain the process. I am also brainstorming to see if I am able to get this to work with other devices. If you are interested in seeing what I have at this time, just let me know. This is a very part-time project for me at the moment.
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