We have a pair of N7K's with SUP 1. Earlier this SUP 1 was running 5.1(5), and we have done an upgrade for this SUP1 to 6.2(8a) with an intermediate version 5.2(7).
Everything worked good with ISSU. As of now, we have the N7K's with SUP 1 and with 6.2(8a) image.
We are going to upgrade this SUP 1 with SUP 2E (also with 6.2(8a)). We have M132's, M108 modules in the chassis. Do we need to do any EPLD upgrades in this scenario ? I know that this process is disruptive, but how will we know if we need to do EPLD or not ? or will it automatically do it ?
ill be doing the supervisor upgrade today. SUP 1 will be replaced with SUP 2E. Ill check the show interface transceiver to check if everything is good. If not, ill do the EPLD upgrades manually to check.
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