I work for a financial services company and plan to upgrade IOS over all the locations at once. I have discussed this with few of my collegues and they said this is OK however i am quite wary about this and prefer to do this site by site. Please advice.
Trust me on this, if u dont want to have sleepless nights and the management on ur neck. Do it in phases. If anything happens, which most likely will. Even if u have run ur pilot tests, it is only a pilot test. If it works well there, it isn't a guarantee it will work everywhere. All u need is a failure somewhere in the mesh and u will be all over. The management will not care they tld u to do it all at once. i suspect u hv a large network. so do it in phases. So u can isolate any problem. If u go for it all at once, u might be biting more than u can chew.
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