A CRS125 switch device here is running with RouterOS 6.46.6/stable.
Now we need to downgrade this to v6.45.1 to perform a test with that old version.
But the downgrade was not successful yet, as the current version remains on the device
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[admin2@CRS125] > /system resource print uptime: 54m32s version: 6.46.6 build-time: Apr/27/2020 10:32:16 factory-software: 6.27 free-memory: 105.2MiB total-memory: 128.0MiB cpu: MIPS 74Kc V4.12 cpu-count: 1 cpu-frequency: 600MHz cpu-load: 1% free-hdd-space: 108.9MiB total-hdd-space: 128.0MiB write-sect-since-reboot: 374 write-sect-total: 1629951 bad-blocks: 0% architecture-name: mipsbe board-name: CRS125-24G-1S platform: MikroTik [admin2@CRS125] > /system package update print channel: stable installed-version: 6.46.6 [admin2@CRS125] > /system routerboard settings print auto-upgrade: no baud-rate: 115200 boot-delay: 5s enter-setup-on: any-key boot-device: nand-if-fail-then-ethernet cpu-frequency: 600MHz boot-protocol: bootp enable-jumper-reset: yes force-backup-booter: no silent-boot: no protected-routerboot: disabled reformat-hold-button: 20s reformat-hold-button-max: 10m
I tried the following steps:
Step 1: from the MT SW archive I copied routeros-mipsbe-6.45.1.npk to the Files directory.
Step 2: In the console I issued this command "/system package downgrade"
It prompts "Router will be rebooted. Continue? [y/N]:" and I press y, it then reboots,
but the running RouterOS version is still the same 6.46.6 after the reboot
In the console it said at reboot the following:
I tried also routeros-mipsbe-6.45.2.npk, but same error happens[admin2@CRS125] >
ERROR: broken package routeros-mipsbe-6.45.1.npk
RouterBOOT booter 6.46.6
CPU frequency: 600 MHz
Memory speed: 200 MHz
Memory size: 128 MiB
NAND size: 128 MiB
Press any key within 5 seconds to enter setup....
Can anybody help?