IOS software distribution to 3750 stack members - LMS 3.2
.tar distributions to 3750 stack members is failing using LMS 3.2.
Can anyone provide guidance to facilitate a successful push?
CW does not upgrade the stack properly. It doesn't seem to know how to deal with the .tar image. CW will push the .bin file to the "master" and put it in the root directory...This however breaks the "auto" upgrade to the slave switches in the stack. It is my understanding that in this scenario you now have to break the stack and upgrade each switch individually. This is not a viable option.
This should handle the deployment of the image to all stack members. The .bin image should be placed in a subdirectory on flash along with the HTML files. Is this command working for a manual stack upgrade?
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