I know it is wise to change the IP of the K1000 before performing a upgrade but should we bother doing it with the 2000 before upgrading that unit?

 

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On the K2000, you don't have agents randomly connecting to the server, so this isn't an issue. Of course you don't want to be imaging anything at the time. What we do suggest is that you enable ssh root login under Settings and Maintenance | Security and reboot the K2000 prior to updating. Also, export your pre- and post-install tasks, just in case.
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On the K2000, you don't have agents randomly connecting to the server, so this isn't an issue.  Of course you don't want to be imaging anything at the time.

What we do suggest is that you enable ssh root login under Settings and Maintenance | Security and reboot the K2000 prior to updating.

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Answered 01/09/2013 by: cserrins
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not necessary like the k1000, just back it up. export your pre and post tasks just in case

Answered 01/09/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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