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SG200-18 firmware update failed

Hello, I can't update my SG200-18 from 1.3.7.xx to the latest firmware 1.4.0.88. I downloaded the firmware package from Cisco and tried to install it to my device via https and tftp. On both methods the copying of the image stops at nearly 7mb and I got an error-message that the file is oversized. What can I do now? Thank's in advance! Dom
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Update worked fine here (HTTP

Update worked fine here (HTTP).

What is your boot version? Mine is 1.3.5.06 .

If yours is still older, you first need to update this (it is also part of the .zip file).

Hope that helps!

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Update worked fine here (HTTP

Update worked fine here (HTTP).

What is your boot version? Mine is 1.3.5.06 .

If yours is still older, you first need to update this (it is also part of the .zip file).

Hope that helps!

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One other point, not all

One other point, not all firmware files contain the boot code.  You need to find a version that is zipped, this will have both. For example the current firmware version is 1.4.7.6, but this comes as a .ros file. 1.4.1.3 has both files - .ros and .rfb. And still true that you need to use TFTP for the boot code, reboot the switch (takes quite a while), then upload the switch firmware, set it to active and reboot again..

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Cisco SG300-10 same issue

Cisco SG300-10 same issue with firmware 1.4.0.88

sx300_fw-14088.ros (File size 7,4Mb)
SHA1(sx300_fw-14088.ros)= af6d3fbd68cf1000b0b2b6adae2760c994c04021
MD5(sx300_fw-14088.ros)= 66ab3618cb29023da5ce7c2177e6c3d4

The copying of the image stops at 7Mb (http / https / tftp)

Upgrade :
Bytes Transferred: 7011840
Status: Copy failed
Error Message: Copy: SW code file is over sized

Software Information:
Firmware Version (Active Image):     1.3.7.18
Firmware MD5 Checksum (Active Image):     1f59c2af2f50786e1a8a3146de42c867
Firmware Version (Non-active):     1.4.0.88
Firmware MD5 Checksum (Non-active):     00000000000000000000000000000000
Boot Version:     1.1.0.6
Boot MD5 Checksum:     8c6b1f42c0754ab9c70324a815a45f08
Locale:     en-US
Language Version:     1.3.7.18

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Hi,

Hi, could you also solve your problem by updating your boot-version (as outlined in the release notes)?
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You're right.Solve by

You're right.

Solve by upgrading the boot code (only via tftp or scp)

Thanks

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