Tuesday, February 24, 2009

CMX CSG upgrade:

Today had me doing an MOP for some upgrades. This is for a cisco CMX running on a 7613 chassis. It assumes you plug in a CSG module on slot 13 and it doesn't have the right software installed but you have it on disk0 on the supervisor.

Next I will show how to put it together with some ggsn's, configure and test billing for mobile users.

Directory of disk0:/
5 -rw- 4736628 Jun 25 2008 02:33:06 +03:00 c6csg-apc.31-3.C7.7.bin

The above shows the image we want is in disk0
Now make the file above accessible via tftp as follows:

CMX1(config)#tftp-server bootflash: c6csg-apc.31-3.C7.7.bin

Now the file above can be reached and picked via tftp by the csg. Another alternative is to use our tftp server.

CMX1#session slot 13 processor 0

The default escape character is Ctrl-^, then x.

You can also type 'exit' at the remote prompt to end the session

Trying ... Open


www.C o n t e n t w

www.S e r v i c e s w

www.G a t e w a y w


CSG> dir


upgrade slot0:|server-ip-addr filename

ping ip-addr

show ...

copy coredump tftp|rcp ip-addr filename [rcp-user]

capture [on|off]

pktlog ...


CSG> upgrade slot0: c6csg-apc.31-3.C7.7.bin

Upgrading System Image 1

CSG ExImage Nov 8 2007

R/W| Reading:lam_ppc.bin..DONE Writing:lam_ppc.bin..DONE

Read 13 files in download image. (13,0,0)

Saving image state for image 1...done.

CSG> exit

Good Bye.

[Connection to closed by foreign host]

You should get output similar to the above.

CMX1# hw-module mod 13 reset

When the module comes up sh mod should give the output almost exactly like below:

CMX1#sh mod

5 0001.c9dd.0f5e to 0001.c9dd.0f65 1.4 3.1(3)C7(7) Ok

That’s it your CSG is upgraded.

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