Upload IOS failed via ciscoworks

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Oct 22nd, 2009
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when i batch upload IOS via ciscoworks sofware distribution.IOS version from c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-46.SE.bin to c2960-lanbase-mz.122-50.SE3.bin it always timeout.How can i do.It works well originally

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Joe Clarke Thu, 10/22/2009 - 22:39
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What version of RME are you using? What protocols are you using to deploy the images (i.e. telnet/TFTP, SSH/TFTP, SSH/SCP, etc.)? At what point does the timeout occur?

ncssbsslc Thu, 10/22/2009 - 22:57
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RME version 4.0.6;SSH/TFTP,After i implement the task and after a while,it reports timeout

Joe Clarke Thu, 10/22/2009 - 22:58
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Post a screenshot of the error.

ncssbsslc Thu, 10/22/2009 - 23:04
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JOB ID - 3743 SUMMARY

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Device Name : PEK-BF-03-CS2960-Leasing1

Software upgrade result - Failed


Total number of devices scheduled for upgrade : 1

Number of devices upgraded : 0

Number of devices failed : 1

Total time taken for Job - 3 Hours 45 Minutes 52 Seconds


Status of Job - FAILED


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Starting Job: ID - 3743

Job Started At : Fri Oct 23 09:11:49 GMT+08:00 2009


Job running on : pekw015a.cn001.siemens.net


Upgrade Mode : Parallel

Reboot Mode : Parallel

Protocol Order for Image Transfer : TFTP

Protocol Order for Config-operations : SSH,TELNET,TFTP


Total number of device(s) to be processed : 1




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Processing Device : PEK-BF-03-CS2960-Leasing1

Start Time : Fri Oct 23 09:13:30 GMT+08:00 2009


Device is locked for exclusive access.


The supported protocols for image transfer are: TFTP



Connecting to the device using SSH...

Connected successfully.


Sufficient free space is available on flash to copy the image.


Retrieving configuration file from the device...

Current device config is copied to D:\CSCOpx\files\rme\jobs\swim\3743\PEK-BF-03-CS2960-Leasing1_Config


Checking if HTTP server is enabled on the device...

Http Server is not enabled, will continue with Software Upgrade Operation.


Copying c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-50.SE3.bin from Software Repository to tftp-specific directory.

Copied successfully to D:/CSCOpx/tftpboot/rep_sw_2452434593209467118


Loading image file to flash device : rep_sw_2452434593209467118 --> flash:c2960-lanbasek9-mz.122-50.SE3.bin using TFTP

Device upgrade timed out.

Device Upgrade Result : Failed

End Time:Fri Oct 23 12:57:06 GMT+08:00 2009


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Job Ended At : Fri Oct 23 12:57:41 GMT+08:00 2009

Job Ended At : Fri Oct 23 12:57:41 GMT+08:00 2009


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ncssbsslc Thu, 10/22/2009 - 23:27
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Warning - SWIM1041: This device upgrade requires opening an SSH/Telnet connection to the device.

Enable password is not configured correctly in Device and Credential Repository.

Make sure that the appropriate SSH/Telnet passwords are configured correctly in Device and Credential Repository.


Warning - SWIM1105: Image status for the selected image cannot be determined.

Ensure that the image is not in the Deferred status. See the relevant documentation on Cisco.com before upgrading the images.


Warning - SWIM1063: Minimum RAM requirement of the selected image cannot be determined.

RAM available on the device may not be enough to activate this image.


Sven Hruza Fri, 10/23/2009 - 02:03
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Is it possible to upgrade a device with telnet / tftp?


We had the same issue with 3560 switches and running IOS 12.2(46)SE.


A TAC service request give us information that there are several big bugs in that IOS with SSH.

Workaround for us is to upgrade all devices by using telnet.

In our case it is not a problem of RME!

ncssbsslc Sun, 10/25/2009 - 23:13
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Thanks you for your great help.I will try to use telnet/tftp to try.

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