pleas verify the file size and md5sum on the FTP server and cross-check against the size+md5sum documented on CCO. It may be that the FTP transfer was executed as ascii instead of binary, or there was something else that corrupted the file on the FTP server.
Hope this finds you well
I have managed to install 5.3.4 software code with 5.3.3 install-kit
Now I was looking for SMUs and there are no available SMUs for 5.3.4 as per Cisco website , so I cannot install 5.3.3 SMUs right?
We don't have support of ISM card in 534 code.
ISM card is End of life from HW prospective and End of SW support by now.
5.3.3 code is the last supported release of ISM operations.
We have VSM-500 card as an alternate to ISM-100 card on ASR9000 routers except ASR9001.
Hi Nitin Thanks for your continuous support
I am just confused about the notification
Can I change the software to 5.3.4 and keep the ISM to 5.3.3?
You can use ISM on 5.3.3. code but if any new issue occur which require Cisco engineering support then it will not be available because last date for HW and SW support for bug fixes was Sep 9th 2016.
It should be clarified that only some, not all, tomahawk cards are supported, carefully check the documentation prior to a conversion. https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/asr9000/migration/guide/b-migration-to-ios-xr-64-bit/b-migration-to-ios-xr-64-bit_chapter_011.html#id_33482
Can we except support for 5.3.4 (SMUs, service packs) for at least a year? We have a bunch of Trident line cards and we can not replace them so quickly.
What is the approximte compressed/uncompressed size of 5.3.4 by comparison to 5.3.3? Will SMUs created for 5.3.3 be integrated into 5.3.4 release or will they become new copies (5.3.4 SMUs).
Each 5.3.4 pie will be very similar in size to the corresponding 5.3.3 pie.
All the 5.3.3 SMUs (plus many more selected fixes) are already integrated in the 5.3.4. We will continue pulling 5.3.3 SMUs into 5.3.4 until we're close to 5.3.4 FCS, at which point we'll have to close on the 5.3.4 content.