I dont have much expirience on ASR 9000 and today i need to configure router eigrp on the ASR 9000. But the configuration not available.
After looking furthor on cisco doc, https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/asr9000/software/asr9k-r7-0/general/release/notes/b-release-notes-asr9k-r702.html#topic_4893145A472846029AD5FD412609562C, i need to install the eigrp rpm.
Based on https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/asr9000/software/asr9k-r7-0/system-setup/configuration/guide/b-system-setup-cg-asr9000-70x/b-system-setup-cg-asr9000-70x_chapter_0101.html#task_B352A894D0A24F539D9F49FA8DEE2640s the summary step should be :
SUMMARY STEPS- Install source install add source ftp://user@server:/package_path/asr9k-eigrp-x64-126.96.36.199-r702.x86_64.rpm- show install request- show install repository- show install inactive- Execute one of these: install activate asr9k-eigrp-x64-188.8.131.52-r702.x86_64.rpm- show install active- install commit
My question is :- Do i miss something on the process?- Is it intterupt traffic in the installation process or not?
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for eigrp there will be a process restart, it will not reload the router.
in general if a reload is required it will prompt you before the activation to continue
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install add source ftp://user@server:/package_path/asr9k-eigrp-x64-184.108.40.206-r702.x86_64.rpm
install activate <id> <<< this id will be from the 1st command
install commit << this will save once activated to allow packages to be persistent after a reload
Thanks for the advice @tkarnani
i miss 1 step to install activate <id> from step number 1.
how about the interrupt? any interrupt expected?
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