09-27-2010 05:48 AM
I've upgraded my old M10 to 8.5R4.3 and now I intend to upgrade to 9.3R4.4.
But according to 9.3 Release Notes:
Note: You cannot upgrade by more than three releases at a time. For example, if your routing platform is running JUNOS Release 8.5, you can upgrade to JUNOS Release 9.2, but not to JUNOS Release 9.3. As a workaround, first upgrade to JUNOS Release 9.2 and then upgrade to JUNOS Release 9.3.
The problem is that 9.2 is not available anymore at juniper.net!!!
So, how could I do this upgrade?
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09-27-2010 09:22 AM
But my question is that on juniper.net, JUNOS Worlwide software is listed beginning on 8.5 and then going to 9.3, etc.
Why 9.2 is not listed there?
09-27-2010 03:07 PM
Junos 8.5 and Junos 9.3 (and Junos 10.0) are "Extended End Of Life" releases, and so remain active on the site longer.
Junos 9.2 EOL'd 11/12/2009
glad your ugprade worked - the limits described in the release-notes are not hard-coded - those are simply the constraints to what we test against. So anything outside of that is un-supported if there are issues with the upgrade.
10-27-2010 06:17 AM
I recently upgraded six M10i router from 8.5 to 9.6 junos version.
I had upgraded directly from 8.5 to 9.6.
SO in earlier router u can not face issue like three step.