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This document describes how to download the new ROMMON image from Cisco.com and then upgrade the ROMMON on the Cisco RF Gateway 10 (RFGW-10) Universal Edge Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (EQAM) platform.
This ROMMON image consists of a new ROMMON software image and a new FPGA image. Both are installed by following the ROMMON upgrade procedure listed below. These images are only accepted on the Cisco RFGW-10 Supervisor Engine 7-E.
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Caution If your Supervisor engine is shipped with a newer version of ROMMON then do not downgrade! The new ROMMON will have board settings based on a hardware revision of components, and old settings will not work.
NoteIf the Supervisor engine 7-E is running a release earlier than the above releases, the new version of the Cisco DS-384 line card (with P4080 CPU revision 3) does not downgrade and hence, does not work.
Table 1 provides the list of ROMMON software releases supported in various Cisco IOS Releases for the RFGW-10, along with the ROMMON image filename. To upgrade the Supervisor Engine, download the appropriate Cisco ROMMON release from Cisco.com using the below information.
Caution To avoid actions that might make your system unable to boot, read this entire section before starting the upgrade.
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 Downstream 384 Line Card Hardware Installation Guide
- Configuring the Cisco RFGW-10 DS-384 Line Card
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 Hardware Installation Guide
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 Command Reference
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 Software Feature and Configuration Guide
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 MIB Specification Guide
- Cisco RF Gateway 10 Quick Start Guide
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