Hum.... this is a headscracher... I have the latest IOS for the 3560 switch.. I'd like to boot the switch and have it download the ios from my TFTP server during boot, thus running the updated IOS, instead of the IOS which is in FLASH.
I've been able to transfer files <-> from the switch to the tftp server: such as the nvram. The large problem I'm seeing,
is that the ports on the switch do not come 'up' when reloading, until after the IOS is loaded...
How do you tftp a boot IOS image during load on a 3560 catalyst switch?
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