We mistakenly updated a unit from TC3.0 to TC5.0 without first inputting a release key. Currently the devcis is out of warranty contract and I cannot get a TC5.0 key for it. I would like to revert the device back to TC3.0 from the command line. The device is not responding via GUI and I will need to do this via the command line.
I am not sure how that helps me. I still cannot uprade through the web GUI, and I still need to know how to do it through the command line interface. Thanks for pointing this out to me, but I still need someone to walk me through the commands.
If the EX60 won't boot, and you're not able to get into the CLI, you could try connecting via serial. You'll have to create a serial cable using one of the below methods and try to access the CLI that way:
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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