I am in the middle of IOS upgrades and kind of stuck! I have a 3550 that has 12 gig interfaces, 10 of which are fiber and 2 of which are copper interfaces. I want to try to minimize the amount of downtime as much as possible. Obviously it's going to come down when I have to reload.
Here is my question. Is there a way for me to upgrade the IOS from one of the 10 Gig fiber interfaces? I tried using a media converter (fiber to copper) to connect my laptop to the switch, but I couldn't get the interface to come up. The media converter is 10/100Mbps and I couldn't find a way to change the speed on the interface of the switch to match that. Both copper interfaces are currently being used. The device is unmanaged so I cannot upgrade it remotely.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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