sw os released for CRS354. upgrade your routeros to testing version. then run following command
after this go here
System >> RouterBoard >> set boot to SwOS
Good post re /system swos upgrade
I had a 354 which I gave up on getting SwOS running on - so I placed it in the Mikrotik stock pile of "thing that don't work".
Today I pulled it out and did the ROS upgrade then the SwOS upgrade , booted to SwOS and presto .... My 354 is now running SwOS.
One thing I noticed - the 354 has four sfp+ ports but SwOS shows them as "SFP1 SFP2 SFP3 SFP4" with no "+" in the name.
Sooooo , with all of the PoE ports ... I got to thinking about something .....
This 354 would be a great PoE switch at some of my remote towers. I have multiple 10-Gig fiber to 3 of my remote tower locations. Which means I might be able to all tower switches and put this bad-boy there.
Only one thing .... I am getting away from backup generator power and 110VAC UPS systems. The remote generators are impossible to service in the winter when the snow is over 6-feet deep. And when the power goes out for hours to days , the UPS systems have all died after the first few hours. So , I am thinking the following :
Is it possible to remove the AC power supply from a 354 and replace the power supply with it with a 24-Volt-DC/48-Volt-DC cable - then connect the new cable to my external 24-Volt DC-UPS battery backup system ? If I can power this bad-boy off of 24-Volts-DC ( no 48-Volts needed ), then similar to the NetPower16-P, I can get days to weeks on battery power when the utility power goes out ???
North Idaho Tom Jones