Enterasys B2G124-24 Driver
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Enterasys B2G124-24 Driver
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The active image and the image that was recently downloaded. It is in a loop where it keeps trying to reboot.
The older image can not read the configuration files that are in a compression format that is not understood by the older code. The rebooting process will need to be broken. This is accomplished by locally attaching to the SecureStack and selecting option 2 Start Boot Menu during Enterasys B2G124-24 boot process.
When the two options appear, there is only a 2 second delay before the switch defaults to option 1 for Enterasys B2G124-24 Operational Code. The Boot Menu password is "administrator" in lower case.