But I must admit that I'm very lost in this page. At this very moment of writing, it has 12.2.40-SE(ED), 12.2.25-SEE4(ED) and 12.2.25-SED1(ED) and those in "All releases".
My problem is that I don't know how to read those codes. What's the difference between SE, SEE and SED? Just some sequence code like 1, 2, 3? And I just need to download the highest one, ie 12.2.40-SE(ED)?
And when I click the it, I've got a lot of things. I'm just lost... Help, please
Btw, could anyone give me any link to any page talking about the precautions before upgrading the firmware, and the steps to do the upgrade, please?
The higher the number the later the code. Once you click on 12.2.40-SE(ED) a menu on the right will appear. You need to determine if your running IP services on your switch and if you want the web manager (or do you just use the CLI) and a crypto image for things like SSH. If you post a "show version", we can help you on what image to download. Here's a link on the upgrade procedure.
I've got spanning-tree problem that disabled some ports for a long while. I had to use CLI to unblock the situation. So I hope updating the firmware could prevent this from happening again in the future.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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