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upgrade internal

upgrade internal managed-devices

copy configured-fileserver

file <img-file> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-file <img-file-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-version <img-version-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

version <img-version> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

copy fileserver {ftp <imagehost> <username> <image-path>|scp <imagehost> <username> <image-path>|tftp <imagehost> <image-path>}

file <img-file> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-file <img-file-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-version <img-version-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

version <img-version> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

copy-reboot configured-fileserver

file <img-file> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-file <img-file-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-version <img-version-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

version <img-version> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

copy-reboot fileserver {ftp <imagehost> <username> <image-path>|scp <imagehost> <username> <image-path>|tftp <imagehost> <image-path>}

file <img-file> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-file <img-file-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

force-version <img-version-forced> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

version <img-version> list <mac-list> partition {0|1}

reboot list <mac-list>

Description

This command upgrades the managed devices with the respective options provided in the input, like using different protocol options as well as loading at different node levels and paths, and also can upgrade the single managed device based on the MACMedia Access Control. A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network. address of the device. This command is internal or hidden

Syntax

Parameter

Description

copy configured-fileserver

Copies the configured file server options like file, force-file, version, and force-version.

copy fileserver

Specify the file server details like, scp, ftp, tftp.

copy-reboot configured-fileserver

Reboots the managed devices after successful upgrade of the respective image using configured-file server options like file, force-file, version and force-version.

copy-reboot fileserver

Selects the type of supported servers like, ftp, scp, tftp and reboots the managed device post upgrade.

reboot

Reboots the managed device.

ftp

Used for mentioning FTPFile Transfer Protocol. A standard network protocol used for transferring files between a client and server on a computer network. server.

scp

Used for mentioning SCPSecure Copy Protocol. SCP is a network protocol that supports file transfers between hosts on a network. server.

tftp

Used for mentioning TFTPTrivial File Transfer Protocol. The TFTP is a software utility for transferring files from or to a remote host. server.

file

Used for mentioning TFTPTrivial File Transfer Protocol. The TFTP is a software utility for transferring files from or to a remote host. server.

force-file

Exact name of the image or image file.

force-version

Used to force the standard image name and is based on the platform type and version running on the managed device.

version

Image version and standard name based on platform type generated to load the image.

Example

The following command installs ArubaOS_72xx_8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl_55579 image from the configured file server on the network for a managed device with a MACMedia Access Control. A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network. address 00:1a:1e:01:b0:b0 in partition 0:

(host) [mynode] #upgrade internal managed-devices copy configured-fileserver file ArubaOS_72xx_8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl_55579 list 00:1a:1e:01:b0:b0 partition 0

Command History

Release

Description

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

Licensing

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Enable mode on Mobility Master.

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