Qunata LB9

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Terry Wallace, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. Terry Wallace

    Terry Wallace New Member

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    So I picked up a couple of spare Qunata LB9's for a project off ebay. They were running QNOS 2.x at the time. I STUPIDLY upgraded both of them to QNOS 5 without catching the fact that it will wipe the license. consequently I have 2 switches that boot and promptly shutdown all ports as license is expired. Okay no big deal I thought I'll get a new key from Qunata they have been very helpful in the past. Nope since that switch was originally sold as a BMS they won't give you a license for it unless you pony up a grand for the OS license. So 2 thousand for 2 switch the I brought for $200. I don't think so.
    Anyone know of a licensed version of QNOS that I can downgrade too to make these work.
    Or baring that a decent ONIE installed software package that will at least make it a functional switch. I did check out the OpenNetworkLinux but the lack of documentation is dazzling.

    Thanks for any help.
     
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