I have an SF200-24P running FW 188.8.131.52 and boot 184.108.40.206. I wanted to update the firmware in hopes it would help with a weird problem I'm having with a UC320 phone system so I downloaded from Cisco Sx200_FW_Boot_220.127.116.11.zip.
The instructions say if I'm upgrading from something earlier than 1.3.5, I first need to upgrade the device image to "to image 1.3.5 or 1.3.7 and the latest boot file (1.4.0.x)."
In the ZIP file I downloaded from Cisco are two files:
Are they just saying I first need to load the sx200_boot-13506.rfb, then load the
Or do I need to download a previous copy of the firmware? If that is the case, do I just download 18.104.22.168 and install the .ros file in that archive, wait for the switch to become ready, and load the .ros file from the 22.214.171.124 archive?
I'm unclear on the process of getting my switch with old firmware updated to the newest firmware. So any tips would be appreciated.
First upgrade to version sx200_fw_126.96.36.199.ros and Boot code sx200_boot-13506.rfb.After that upgrade to latest firmware sx200_fw-14088.ros .Not required to upgrade the boot code .since boot code is same for both version firmware.
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