I am trying to upgrade my cisco WS 2960 24 TC-L switch with the IOS image c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-55.SE6.bin and my existing IOS image is c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-50.SE5.bin. when i am copying it to flash, it is getting copied but when i tried to boot it after entering command boot system c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-55.SE6.bin , it gave me an error.
I upgrade the IOS of my switch 3560 from C3560-IPBASE-M), Version 12.2(25)SEB4, To C3560-IPBASEK9-M), Version 12.2(55)SE5 after that the utilizatio of the memory increase to 80% I attached the output of show memory statistics history
I am going to upgrade the IOS image on 6509-E SUP 2T from 15.1 to s2t54-adventerprisek9-mz.SPA.150-1.SY3.bin switch and i would like to know whether i would need to upgrade the boot loader image as well.
I own the Cisco switch,2950-24.When power on,it says Crash fault with information showed below: [code] Then I search google.com and found the resolution of upgrating IOS.I push mode button before power.Then I access into the CLI.I checked the files in the flash: and got these. [code]
I am planning to upgrade BootLoader image of 7206VXR router due to booting issue. The router is not booting .But if I go to rommon and give boot it will boot.So I am upgarding my Boot Loader image. Now the Bootloader image and IOS image are exactly same.Can I upgarde the Bootloader image to latest version without upgarding IOS?
I have a 3560, which is being used as our core router that I have recently installed. It still has the standard IOS which came with (C3560E-UNIVERSALK9-M) it but I need to implement policy based routing so need to upgrade it and have downloaded c3560-ipservicesk9-mz.122-58.SE2.bin and indeally would like to install it in the morning before people start work.
I have 2 questions, 1, Is the ipservices capable of PBR as I have been reading conflicting reports, in fact my friend who works for Cisco has advised that it is not possible on the 3560.
2, When I do upgrade will there be any current configurations that are not compatible with the new one, I wouldnt image that there would be any but just wanted to make sure as it would be the biggest headache ever if it went wrong.
We've ordered a 4500 core switch and 4948 Server Farm switch for our client, but the switch box does not include a IOS image CD or anything related to IOS image and now the client is asking us why is this item missing as the IOS
-S45UK9-32-1502SGCAT4500e SUP7e Universal Crypto Image -S49IPB-12253SGCisco CAT4900 IOS IP BASE W/O CRYPTO
I inadvertantly copy the wrong image on to a 35609-X switch and now it gets stuck in a particular mode.
The original image was: c3560e-universalk9-mz.122-53.SE2/c3560e-universalk9-mz.122-53.SE2.bin and I replaced it with: c3560e-universalk9npe-mz.122-55.SE1.bin ( this is what the download site identifies as the image for 3560X-24P-S)
It now sticks at: Front-end Microcode IMG MGR: Programming device 0...rrrrrrwssssssssssssssssssspssssssssssssssss
How can I get back on to delete this image? It ignores the break key.
Looking for input/thoughts on the upgrade of our 3560's and 3750's while on production network.
While we could remotely send the IOS over the network to the device, I'm concerned about errors and the lack of physical control of the device. So, the thought is to just go to the comm closet, plug in with laptop to the console port, and upgrade the IOS over the console port. But this would require xmodem, correct? I know the fastest way would be to a. configure an empty fa0/0 port to no switchport, add an IP address, and use tftp. BUT, we would have to isolate the switch from the production network while connected to it with our laptop. Otherwise, our laptop would be seen on the network as an unknown device, and there would be repercussions...
So, we console into the device, and u/l the IOS that way. Is there a way to increase the baud rate on the switch to 115200, change putty to 115200, then do the x modem? I just say we should shut all the ports to isolate the switch from the network, then tftp the IOS to the switch. Unplug, reopen the ports, then reboot the switch.
We have Cisco 4503-E switch and software version is cat4500e-universal.SPA.03.01.01.SG.150-1.xo1.bin. Now i have uploaded cat4500e-universal.SPA.03.02.01.SG.150-2.SG1.bin IOS-XE software in the switch and want to boot the switch from this image.
I'd like to know if is it possible to load lan base image on Cisco Switch 2960 TC-S. This model (WS-C2960-48TC-S) come with lan lite image and it's the same (phisically) of the 2960 TC-L (lan base image).If I try to upload the lan base image on flash of 2960 TC-S will works?? ..or the switch goes damaged?
I've 3750X switch that isn't loading email. then I went to rommon mode and accidently for "format flash". after that I loaded 15.0 SE2 s/w on it using tftp server but it doesn't boot up with that image. flash had only .bin file after I loaded it from tftp server.
since it wasn't booting up, I did format flash again and thought to load image again from tftp server but now, it doesn't load image from tftp server.
i have 300 user in network in 2 building and firist buiding 5 flors.i use subnet /22.i have core switch 3500xl fiber and 8 swith 3560 and my network have 2 router one for adsl and other for mpls so i want upgrade it to make voip network and wireless so if i need replace switch what i model and how many?
I have issue with 3560 switch QoS configuration . I checked in cisco site about mentioned model QoS configuration.once we mark the frame and map the CoS to DSCP and once it enters into switch and it processes according to LAN QoS configured on interface
we have configured both the commands shape and share.
once it leaves the switch and enters into Edge router and if we do not have configured QoS in router which is normally MQC , how does it process each packet ?Do we need to have end to end QoS configured in LAN ?
The last few days I've been exploring options in getting rid of some old routers accross a wan connections. I have a cat 3560 to play with and I thought I would try and use the no switchport command test out routing with switch. I've got some type of route issue and I tried a few things which I thought would fix the issue but had no effect. I'll post the config and a few commands so you can see what the basic setup is.
Here we can see in the arp that it knows about both 10.7.1.2 (PC unable to ping 10.3.3.254) as well as 10.3.3.254 (ASA).I tried adding in a ip route of 10.7.0.0 255.255.0.0 10.3.3.110 as well as 10.3.3.254. Neither produced the results I wanted allowing 10.7.1.2 (PC) to ping the ASA (10.3.3.254). [code]
I have an environment of 3 X 3560G of which I have 1st switch-CORE(f0/10) connecting to the VPN router(CE) interface-f0/0. Remaining 2 Cisco 3560's(Access) are connected to Gi0/1 and Gi0/2 on the 1st switch-CORE via gi0/1 . On all three switches I have created multiple VLANs and assigned ports to these VLAN. The switch to switch connection is trunk allowing all VLANs created on all these 3 switches. Now the issue is how I am going to have all these VLANs routed through single interface on the routeri-e f0/0, as all these subnets will communicating to remote site over VPN. What should be default gateway on the 2 Access switches and the CORE switch, also what static route should be on router to reach all subnets(VLANs) created on these 3 switches.
I have read inter-VLAN routing i-e creating sub interfaces on router but dont want to proceed with that and looking for any other way to have my VLANs talk on all three switches and then are accessible to remote site ove VPN?
I have a 3560-48 switch running Cisco IOS Software, C3560 Software (C3560-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.2(44)SE3 and i need to implement basic QOS commands to the fast Ethernet interfaces as well as the gig interfaces and Also I need to create port channels on the switch and need what the port channel syntax are as well for that particular IOS version?
I have only read only access and i can't see what the QOS and Port channels syntax should be for that IOS version.
I'm in the process of configuring QOS on a 3560 routing switch in a GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE priority type scenario.
Firstly, I understand that this config will add a tag of "precedence 5" to a packet if it matches the "ACL_QOS_GOLD_In" access list. Question is does the router see this "precedence 5" tag and then sets the priority, or am I missing something in my config where at present it just sees the "precedence 5" and doesn’t act on it ?
Secondly, Since the "precedence 5" tag has already been added to the packets, do downstream routers see this tag and act accordingly or so I need to configure those is well ? [code]
Currently all the cisco phones are connected to this switch and configuration with only one vlan that is voice vlan .
1) what is the outcome of this configuration , i mean, what will be the expected output ? end of the day we need to prioritize the voice traffic but why other commands including threshold and buffers are mentioned with respectives queues , if I need to explain that what am i expecting out of this configuration ?
2) this is LAN QoS which i understood but again , do i need to configure policy-map along with class-map which is MQC on this switch ?
3) i have edge router where i have MQC already configured but confusion with this switch which is working as a Access switch .
4) I referred the cisco QoS document for the respetive model whereas we have policy-map configured on the same switch with class-map .
My understanding is if we have configured the LAN QoS , and mapped the CoS value with DSCP , we need not to have MQC.
I am configuring some quotes for a customer whom I will be building a wireless network for. The wireless network will support about 60 AP's, as well as some other wired drops. The customer is working with a wireless vendor for the AP's, but I will be able to sell the switches for the network.
I want to ensure that he is pushing Gig and POE on each copper port for the AP's, since they will be "N" capable. I have selected several 3560 models which are in 24 port models, and I also think i have a requirement which mandates a 48 port in another location. What I have not been able to find in the Enterprise switch line is an 8 port which supports IOS and POE.
That being said, and since I am also "Select" certified, I went out to the SMB site, and did find that there were two models in the Small Business 300 line (models SG300-10P and SG300-10MP) which seem to support Gig ports as well as POE. I looked over the specs for each one of the two respective models, and I was not able to find what the difference between each of these two are. In other words, the specs, line by line, were identical.
we have a class based qos scheme (see attached file) on our 4500 series access switches and we have a access 3560-48 switch runing IOS Version 12.2(44)SE3 my question is can I use the same QOS scheme for the 3560 switch?
I have a 3560 switch with 1 VLAN (VLAN 10) where I need to make ports:
1-10 as isolated (can't contact each other) 11-20 as community (need to contact each other like a normal VLAN) 23 as promiscuous (server that ports 1-20 need to get to) 24 as promiscuous (WAN router where ports 1-20 need to get to and the remote servers).