ENET Firmware upgrade

Upgrade Instructions:

Windows (From EDS):

NOTE: This is the recommended method.
  1. You must use Microsoft's TFTP server.
  2. Turn on the TFTP Client Window's feature (if you do not have it on)
  3. Using the Windows Command prompt, go to the directory you have the OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
  4. Then send the following command (substituting your OW-Server's ip address):
  5. tftp 192.168.1.25 put OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
  6. After about 5 seconds you will need to use a web browser to upload the new pages
  7. Go to 192.168.1.25/mpfsupload (substituting your OW-Server's ip address)
  8. Then select the bin file attached

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
    server:~/Downloads$ atftp
    tftp> connect 192.168.1.222
    tftp> put OW_Server_Firmware_Enet_TFTP_v2.11.hex
    tftp> quit
  • 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