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ERROR: /tmp/upgrade.gz: not in gzip format
At first I though my download from CCO was corrupt, but I've re-downloaded and run through the update proceedures many many times and I always get this same error. I've tried different ftp syntax, but to me it doesn't appear to be and ftp problem.
You will need to login with your Cisco.com username and password (i.e. anonymous FTP will not work). I recommend an FTP client such as NcFTP (for UNIX and Windows) or WSFTP (Windows). Do not use a web browser.
I downloaded the image directly outside of Cisco's intranet, and I received the correct file (checksums matched) so you should be able to get this to work. Just be sure NOT to gunzip the file along the way.
Thanks for the help. I finally figured out the problem was with my ftp server (WinXP box). I put the same file up on another ftp server and the NAM took it just fine? Strange thing is both my ftp servers were WinXP SP2 boxes set up identically.
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