The MIB module that provides a simple mechanism to support firmware upgrade on Cisco low end devices.
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OID list for CISCO-SIBU-FLASH-MIB
- Returns the version number of the device system firmware residing in flash. The string has a 'V1.2.3' format.
- The size of available FLASH memory in the system, in kilobytes. For example: 128 equals 131072 bytes (128 bytes times 1024).
- The IP address of a TFTP server from which a firmware image can be downloaded. The download may be initiated by setting the upgradeTFTPInitiate to upgrade(1), or via an out-of-band management action.
- The name of the file containing a firmware upgrade image on the host whose address is given by upgradeTFTPServerAddress. The default value is an empty string, or no filename.
- Setting this object to noUpgrade(2) results in no action. When set to upgrade(1), the switch will attempt to download a firmware upgrade image from the server whose address is given by upgradeTFTPServerAddress. The image is found in the file whose name is ...
- Indicates whether a newly upgraded firmware version should write to flash. When this object is temporary(2), following a successful upgrade the system will switch to run the new firmware but will not upgrade the new firmware to flash. That means after a ...
- Status of last upgrade attempt via TFTP: none - no upgrade has ever been attempted since initialization. inProgress - an upgrade is in progress. succeeded - the previous attempt succeeded. failed - the previous attempt failed.
- A collection of image upgrade objects for use with the devices that supports simple upgrade mechanism.
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