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upgrade R76SP.30 to R76SP.50

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hello evry one i want to upgrade dual chassis 41000 run actualy R76SP.30 to R76SP.50 because R76SP.30 is end of life .

my output :

[Global] FW-VSX-ch01-01:0:ACTIVE > asg stat -v

 

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| VSX System Status - 41000                                                    |

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| Chassis Mode                | Primary Up (Chassis 1)                         |

| Up time                     | 273 days, 11:21:48 hours                       |

| SGMs                        | 2 / 2                                          |

| Virtual Systems             | 9                                              |

| Version                     | R76SP.30 (Build Number 47)                     |

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| VS ID:  0                     VS Name:  FW-VSX            |

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| Chassis 1                     ACTIVE                                         |

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| SGM ID         State          Process                   FW Policy Date       |

| 1  (local)     UP             Enforcing Security        13Sep18 15:25        |

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| Chassis 2                     STANDBY                                        |

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[Expert@FW-VSX-ch01-01:0:ACTIVE]# cphaprob state
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| VS ID:  0                     VS Name:  FW-MAI-FRPAR-CHA-DCH-03-P            |
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| Chassis 1                                                                    |
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| SGM ID         State          Process                   FW Policy Date       |
| 1  (local)     ACTIVE                                                        |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Chassis 2                                                                    |
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| SGM ID         State          Process                   FW Policy Date       |
| 1              ACTIVE                                                        |
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[Expert@FW-VSX-ch01-01:0:ACTIVE]#

as i see on checkpoint documentation the upgrade will be done directly from the chassis. My question is the vsx and vs are managed by server management . could you please tel me if there is a required action from the server management after the upgrade from the chassis.

if you have any experiance for this upgrade you are welcom

Best regards 

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Re: upgrade R76SP.30 to R76SP.50

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As the major version from the Check Point Security Management point of view is the same, you shouldn't need to do anything there.

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Re: upgrade R76SP.30 to R76SP.50

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As the major version from the Check Point Security Management point of view is the same, you shouldn't need to do anything there.

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Re: upgrade R76SP.30 to R76SP.50

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Think you very much for you help : could you tell me a bout downgrade from R76SP.50 to R76SP.30 .

it is mandatory to upgrade Firmware for the chassis  after upgrade also .

best regards 

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Re: upgrade R76SP.30 to R76SP.50

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Downgrade should be done via rollback to pre-upgrade snapshot. There is no change on the mgmt side.

If you are referring to SSM firmware, keeping this to the latest version (regardless of software version) is always a good idea.