Today we are announcing the release of the Cisco UC320W 2.1.5(0) Limited Deployment Firmware release. This fix release is available only via the Cloud by installing the attached Platform Modification File (PMF). This is the 2.1.4(3) firmware with several key fixes/improvements added:
Please see the 2.1.5 Release Notes for additional details.
NOTE: The open source tar file will not be available upon request because this is an LD release. Proceed with the installation of this firmware only if you agree with these terms and conditions.
The 2.1.5 Limited Deployment release is available today via the Cloud using the attached Platform Modification File (PMF).
Log into the UC320W Configuration Utility on a system that has the WAN connected.
1. Perform a system backup of the UC320W before loading the PMF file.
2. Download the PMF and save to your PC.
3. Unzip the PMF file.
4. Launch and log into the UC320W Configuration Utility.
5. Click on the Status option at the top.
6. Click on Devices submenu.
7. Click on Alter PMFs button.
8. Click Add PMF from your PC button, select the unzipped file and install.
9. Click Done to close the dialog.
If your WAN is connected you should see a pop up dialog appear shortly, offering you the 2.1.4(3) firmware upgrade.
1. Click Install.
2. After the unit has upgraded, you must now Apply the configuration for all fixes to be applied.
Detailed upgrade instructions can be found in the release notes.
Release notes for the Cisco UC320W 2.1.5(0) firmware release can be found HERE.
In several of these realeases you have mentioned the "Open Source tar file"... which parts of the UC320 are open source? Obviously Cisco is using Asterisk internally on the UC320... is the open source part Cisco's modifications to Asterisk? Is there any documentation on this that you could point me to?
We are providing the Open Source information for full General Availability releases. You can find open source information for these releases here:
The documents at the link provided above provide instructions for requesting the files. For example if you want 2.1.2, go to:
and provide reference number: