Re: Upgrading IOS on 6513 with redundant supervisor II cards.
I got the redundancy right = rpr+ (best you can do with Sup 2 blades). I didn't set the autosync though - didn't notice that part, but it looks like it has a default setting anyway. I did a show run and found the following already set:
Automatic synchronization of the startup-config, BOOTVAR, and config-registers.
(Standard mode apparently covers all parameters except running-config????.)
I am native (part Cherokee and Chakta), I believe. That is where I want to be, i.e. I am not running CatOS on the supervisor and IOS on the MSFC. It is all just one big happy IOS with rpr+, and autosync stuff (thanks for that).
I am doing the upgrade tonight and will post the results.
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