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Firmware Question on x440g2 Stack

Firmware Question on x440g2 Stack

DanoN3t
New Contributor

I updated our firmware from 23x to 32.7 over the weekend and am having issues with DHCP bootrelay, devices on one vlan are not receiving correct IP addresses.  At this point, I just want to downgrade to the old firmware, which is still on the primary partition.  When I look at Extreme's webpage with instructions for this, it gives two commands:  use image <PARTITION_NAME> and: use image <partition_name> slot <slot#>.  Since I have three x440g2's in a stack should I run the second command which includes the slot and will it update all three switches?  Or would the first command, use image <PARTITION_NAME> be fine?

I appreciate you all.  

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markus_of
New Contributor II

if all stack members have the same image version on the primary and secondary partition .

example:

Card Partition Installation Date Version Name Branch
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Slot-1 primary Sat Aug 6 01:09:43 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-1 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:10:03 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

Slot-2 primary Sat Aug 6 01:14:41 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-2 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:15:15 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

Slot-3 primary Sat Aug 6 01:10:18 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-3 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:10:30 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

then you can say easy "use image primary" or "use image secodary" .. over the master... all stack members boots the same image.

 

 

 

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DanoN3t
New Contributor

The all have the same image version.  Thank you for your answer and quick response!

 

I'm going to try, use image primary, afterhours tonight.  

markus_of
New Contributor II

if all stack members have the same image version on the primary and secondary partition .

example:

Card Partition Installation Date Version Name Branch
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Slot-1 primary Sat Aug 6 01:09:43 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-1 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:10:03 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

Slot-2 primary Sat Aug 6 01:14:41 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-2 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:15:15 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

Slot-3 primary Sat Aug 6 01:10:18 MEST 2022 31.7.1.4 summitX-31.7.1.4.xos 31.7.1.4
Slot-3 secondary Tue Aug 17 01:10:30 MEST 2021 31.3.1.3 summitX-31.3.1.3-patch1-5.xos 31.3.1.3-patch1-5

then you can say easy "use image primary" or "use image secodary" .. over the master... all stack members boots the same image.

 

 

 

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