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Brian Bergin
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Firmware upgrade warnings

I've gotten a few of these lately.

                  

Customer NameTerabyte Computers, Inc.
Error EventDevice: Firmware upgrade
Event Date/Time2012-05-07 03:37
DeviceHostname: PLG1000
IP Address: 192.168.100.146
MAC Address: F0:AD:4E:00:0B:F2

Thoughts?

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jamwyatt
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Hi Brian,

It looks like a reboot cleared something and the device upgraded. We have security measures that are reset on a reboot and that might be fixed things. I did run a 'showtech' operation that gives us operational details and I found that it came through at 2 bytes in size (totally wrong). Post the reboot, the showtech now contains content and I'll see if that can point to the issue for us to fix.

Thanks,

Robert

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jamwyatt
Beginner

Hi Brian,

I'm checking into this at the moment. You might notice a device reboot in the process.

Robert

jamwyatt
Beginner

Hi Brian,

It looks like a reboot cleared something and the device upgraded. We have security measures that are reset on a reboot and that might be fixed things. I did run a 'showtech' operation that gives us operational details and I found that it came through at 2 bytes in size (totally wrong). Post the reboot, the showtech now contains content and I'll see if that can point to the issue for us to fix.

Thanks,

Robert

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Thanks...  Let me know if you need anything else.

Brian,

Just a little update. We've found what we believe to be the issue and we're preparing a fix. It isn't clear exactly when the fix will hit the field, but the issue does clear with a reboot for now and only affects old installations. I've been monitoring your system for any progression back into the bad state and it appears to be stablized.

Robert