ENET Firmware upgradeUpgrade Instructions:
Windows (From EDS):NOTE: This is the recommended method.
- You must use Microsoft's TFTP server.
- Turn on the TFTP Client Window's feature (if you do not have it on)
- Using the Windows Command prompt, go to the directory you have the OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
- Then send the following command (substituting your OW-Server's ip address):
- After about 5 seconds you will need to use a web browser to upload the new pages
- Go to 192.168.1.25/mpfsupload (substituting your OW-Server's ip address)
- Then select the bin file attached
tftp 192.168.1.25 put OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
Linux:For the pure but adventurous.
- Use atftp NOT tftp
- Find the current ENET network address (assigned with DHCP)
The easiest way is to query your DHCP server:
server:~ # tail /var/log/messages
Aug 28 15:20:20 snowmass dhcpd: DHCPDISCOVER from 00:50:c2:91:b0:e2 via eth1
Aug 28 15:20:20 snowmass dhcpd: DHCPOFFER on 10.183.180.174 to 00:50:c2:91:b0:e2 via eth1
Aug 28 15:20:20 snowmass dhcpd: DHCPREQUEST for 10.183.180.174 (10.183.180.107) from 00:50:c2:91:b0:e2 via eth1
Aug 28 15:20:20 snowmass dhcpd: DHCPACK on 10.183.180.174 to 00:50:c2:91:b0:e2 via eth1
The MAC address (written on a sticker on the side of the ENET is 00:50:c2:91:b0:e2. So the IP address assigned is 10.183.180.174 in this case.
- If you screw up the tftp flash so the ENET is in rapid Green light flash mode, you can try to flash it again at 192.168.1.222 (the default address)
- Use atftp
tftp> connect 192.168.1.222
tftp> put OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
- open the Web page (after power-cycling your ENET)
MPFS Image Upload
Upload file OW_Server_Webpages_v2.11.bin
- The webpage should then show the correct firmware version