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ZUSI:EMB;

Change Spare EMB unit to SE-OU state:


ZUSC:EMB,<unit index>:TE;
ZUSC:EMB,<unit index>:SE;
Update software to LAN switch:
ZYFM:USW:SWU,<unit index>;
Reset LAN switch:
ZYFM:RES:SWU,<unit index>;
Check updated software version of LAN switch:
ZYFM:ISW:SWU,<unit index>;
Change state of Ethernet-based Message Bus (EMB):
ZUSC:EMB,<unit index>:TE;
ZUSC:EMB,<unit index>:SP;
ZUSC:EMB,<unit index>:WO;
Repeat same procedure to other EMB LAN switch.

5.4.6.3 Updating with TFTP image to the ESB24-D Ethernet switch.


In the examples of this document it is assumed that the IP-address of the updated switch
is 192.168.0.1/24. Check the correct IP address of the switch you are updating before
entering the site.
The PC that is used as the FTP or TFTP server is supposed to have the IP address on the
same subnet as the switch has. This is essential because if the IP address of the PC is
not in the same subnet as the switch is, the FTP or TFTP transfer cannot be done properly
(unless there is router between the subnets directing the IP packets to the correct subnet).
If a personal firewall has been installed on PC, the IP address (192.168.0.1) of the switch
must be added to the access-list of the firewall software.
Note
Nokia Siemens Networks switches have a default IP address which might be
same on several switches. Therefore prior attempting the update, the default IP
addresses should be changed to individual ones to ensure a successful
connection to each individual switch.
In order to perform the update, following equipment is needed:
x
x
x
x
x
x

ESB24-D switch to be updated


one PC or laptop with Ethernet
FTP or TFTP-server application installed on the PC.
terminal program installed on the PC
one straight through Ethernet cable (RJ-45)
the software image to be uploaded

This section provides instructions for upgrading the ESB24-D NOS operating system to a
newer version.
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The switch is rebooted during the update procedure: all LAN


connections through the switch being updated are going to be down
during the reboot.
In order to install a new NOS operating system version to ESB24-D, a FTP or TFTP
server is required: this is because ESB24-D downloads a new software image from a FTP
or TFTP server. In these instructions it is assumed that the default IP address of the
updated switch is:
IP Address: 192.168.0.1
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.254
Check the correct IP address of the switch before entering the site. The PC that is used as
a FTP or TFTP server is supposed to have the IP address on the same subnet as the
switch has. This is essential because if the IP address of the PC is not in the same subnet
as the switch is, the FTP or TFTP transfer cannot be done properly (unless there is router
between the subnets directing the IP packets to the correct subnet).
In these instructions the IP address of the PC used as the TFTP server is assumed to be
192.168.0.120/24.
1. Connect the PC to one of the Ethernet ports of the switch by using an Ethernet cable
(no MGT port).
2. Check that the ESB24-D is powered up.
3. Start a Telnet session and connect to the IP address of the switch (for example,
192.168.0.1).
On Windows this can be done as follows:
START -> Run -> telnet 192.168.0.1
4. Login to the switch.
Password: nsn-switch

5. Enable "privileged mode".


ESB24D>enable
The Privileged mode allows advanced viewing and configuration capabilities for unit.
Note:
The privileged mode command prompt is the hash symbol "#".
6. Check the current software version and date to avoid unnecessary upgrades.
In case OS1 or OS2 contains wanted SW version. You should use default-os <os> and
reload <os> commands to select right SW package.
ESB24D# show flash
Flash Information(Bytes)
Area total used free
-------------------------------------------------------------OS1(default)(running) 25165824 14037024 11128800 1.3-2
OS2 25165824 13856800 11309024 1.3-1
CONFIG 8388608 663552 7725056
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-------------------------------------------------------------Total 58720256 28557376 30162880


Free disk space 1675264

Copy the software image (ESBB2DGX.BIN) to the PC.


It is advised that the image is copied to the TFTP-server's default directory.
7. Start a FTP or TFTP server application on the PC.
There are many different FTP or TFTP server applications available and management of
these applications may vary between products.
- Setup the FTP or TFTP server so that ESB24-D is allowed to download a file from the
PC. See instructions how to setup FTP or TFTP.
- Set the root directory to be the same where the SW is located in the PC for the FTP or
TFTP program:
Current directory
C:\<Root directory>
Server interface
Server IP address
8. Take a back-up copy of the switchs configuration file by uploading it to the FTP or
TFTP server.
Example:
In the case TFTP is used. The TFTP server is running on a PC that has IP address
192.168.0.120. The TFTP client is enabled on the switch that has IP address 192.168.0.1.
The configuration file is copied to TFTP-server root directory on the PC.
ESB24D# copy running-config startup-config
[OK]
ESB24D# copy tftp config upload startup-config
To exit : press Ctrl+D
--------------------------------------

IP address or name of remote host (TFTP): 192.168.0.120


Upload File Name [running]: config
Now upload config file into 192.168.0.120 via tftp.
Uploading file ....
Sent 923 bytes.

Unexpected outcome
If the IP address of the switch is missing from the PCs firewall or there is other connection
problem, you will get the following error:
ESB24D# copy tftp config upload startup-config
To exit : press Ctrl+D
-------------------------------------IP address or name of remote host (TFTP): 192.168.0.120
Upload File Name [running]: config
Now upload config file into 192.168.0.120 via tftp.
Uploading file ....
Transfer timed out.

Check the firewall settings and try again.


9. Copy the software image file to the Flash memory of the switch using the copy command.
You can specify the file name of the software which will be saved to the file system. If the
name is not specified, the software will be saved to the file system with its original name.

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ESB24D# copy ftp os download os1


To exit : press Ctrl+D
-------------------------------------IP address or name of remote host (FTP): 192.168.0.120
Download File Name : ESBB2DGX.BIN
User Name : nos_0512
Password:
Hash mark printing on (1024 bytes/hash mark).
Downloading NOS ....
############################

############################
14037024 bytes download OK.
Upgrading NOS : 100%ESB24D#

Note
If the switch was booted while receiving a TFTP packet, it will
restart using the last image file. If this occurs, restart the
download.
Expected outcome
When the transfer is complete, ESB24-D writes the new software to Flash. After a while
NOS command prompt is displayed again.
Unexpected outcome
If after a while the ESB24-D does not find a correct packet from FTP server or if ESB24-D
cannot connect to FTP server, it will return an error message and cancel the downloading.
If this occurs, NOS command prompt is displayed again.
ESB24D# copy ftp os download os1
To exit : press Ctrl+D
-------------------------------------IP address or name of remote host (FTP): 192.168.0.120
Download File Name : ESBB2DGX.BIN
User Name : nos_0512
Not connected.
Not connected.
Hash mark printing on (1024 bytes/hash mark).
Not connected.

10. Configure the switch so that it boots the newly downloaded image.
ESB24D# default-os os1

11. Reset ESB24-D.


ESB24D# reload os1
Do you want to save the system configuration? [y/n]y
Do you want to reload the system? [y/n]y

Expected outcome
Telnet connection is terminated and ESB24-D reboots with the new software version.
12. Reconnect to ESB24-D by using Telnet and check that the new software is
programmed correctly to the ESB24-D.
ESB24D>show flash

13. In case running-config is not original download the configuration file from the FTP
server to the switch.
Example
The configuration file is copied to FTP server root directory on PC.
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ESB24D# copy ftp config download startup-config


To exit : press Ctrl+D
-------------------------------------IP address or name of remote host (FTP): 192.168.0.120
Download File Name [running]: config
User Name : nos_0512
Password:
Hash mark printing on (1024 bytes/hash mark).
0% 0 --:-- ETADownloading file ....
923 bytes download OK.
100% 923 00:00 ETA
ESB24D#.

14. Make sure that the configuration is correct after reload the switch.
ESB24D#show startup-config
ESB24D# reload
Do you want to save the system configuration? [y/n]n
Do you want to reload the system? [y/n]y
Broadcast message from admin (ttyS0) (Sat Jan 1 00:08:42 2000
+0000):
The system is going down for reboot NOW!
Restarting system.
************************************************************
* *
* Boot Loader Version 5.28 *
* Nokia Siemens Networks *
* *
************************************************************
Press 's' key to go to Boot Mode: 0
Load Address: 0x01000000
Image Size: 0x00d63000
Start Address: 0x01000000
console=ttyS0,9600 root=/dev/ram rw
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
...............................................
Password:

5.4.7 Updating instructions for HWAT-B switch software


Updating embedded software of an HWAT-B plug-in unit
The embedded software (eSW) of an HWAT-B plug-in unit is needed to initialize the hardware and
perform an initial loading of the system software build during the unit startup. You can check the eSW
version with the DPP command and update the eSW with the WDH command. The eSW images are
programmed into the unit's FLASH memory and are managed as plug-in unit type-specific entities.
Before you start we recommend that you use the same eSW version in all plug- in units of the same
type. You can check where and how many plug-in units the network element has with the following
MML command
ZWTI:P::HWAT_B;
You can get the eSW version of the plug-in unit by entering the following command
ZDPP:OMU,0:HWAT,3:CID:;
Note The state of the HWAT-B plug-in unit must be WO-EX, otherwise the version inquiry does
not work.
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