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Re: Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES

cmichie
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Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES

Good afternoon,

 

Could you please provide a letter of volatility for the XSM4324S-100NES switch?

 

Thank you!

Model: XSM4324S|M4300-12X12F - Stackable Managed Switch with 24x10G including 12x10GBASE-T and 12xSFP+ Layer 3
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JohnC_V
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Re: Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES

@cmichie,

 

Welcome to our community! 🙂

 

Here is a copy of the letter of volatility for XSM4324S. The link will expire after 48 hour period.

 

Please close the thread once you downloaded the file by clicking the "Accept as solution".

 

Regards,

 

John

NETGEAR Community Team

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JohnC_V
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Re: Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES

@cmichie,

 

Welcome to our community! 🙂

 

Here is a copy of the letter of volatility for XSM4324S. The link will expire after 48 hour period.

 

Please close the thread once you downloaded the file by clicking the "Accept as solution".

 

Regards,

 

John

NETGEAR Community Team

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cmichie
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Re: Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES

John,

Thank you for your quick response.  So am I reading this letter correctly in that there is a USB drive in the box with the switch that contains the firmware image for upgrade or configuration file for backup?  Thank you for the clarification.

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schumaku
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Re: Letter of Volatility - XSM4324S-100NES


@cmichie wrote:

So am I reading this letter correctly in that there is a USB drive in the box with the switch that contains the firmware image for upgrade or configuration file for backup?


No,.

 

The CoV does state the USB storage which can be attached externally would be user provided. It is not a part of the product, it's not required to operate the switch, but there can be a user provided USB storage device attached. Purpose is firmware installation, config backup, and possibly retrieving debug and troubleshooting information. 

 

In other words: There is no need to open the box and remove/erase an internal USB storage.

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