Is there a way to force firmware update, after plugging USB with correct firmware image (without the need of PC connected to the router)?
I see in the manual there’s a way to place the router into the bootloader menu state, but then it requires to connect PC and perform update via GUI.
I have a couple of RUT300 where the firmware is 7.04.1 and they are not accessible via RMS, but I have one RUT300 with 7.02.7 which is fine and accessible via RMS.
Please advice, either how to downgrade without PC/GUI, or why RUT300 with firmware above ver. 7.02.7 is loosing RMS connection.
Since neither the newest firmware, nor the latest firmware used in production, I will ask you to update the devices that are on 07.04.1 to 07.04.5 or 07.05 and check if the issue replicates. If it does, please attach a screenshot from the router RMS page, where the error could be seen.
As for the firmware update, there is an SSH command
sysupgrade however, manual intervention via CLI is still required, thus if the devices are offline in RMS, I’m afraid connecting them to the PC is the only option.
Sorry for chiming in, but maybe a future firmware version could offer automatic firmware update and automatic restore from backup stored on a USB stick when plugged in. Thus, one could bring it back to work quickly without PC.
I don’t know, if that is technically possible, so please accept my apologies if my question is inappropriate.
I’ve found the RMS offline problem with RUT300 and new firmware’s.
It looks like, once you unregistered device from RMS, and add it one more time it will connect to RMS only on firmware 7.02.7
It will stay offline on firmware’s 7.03 and above.
It seems there’s a glitch in RMS server - please correct it.
Please create a separate topic for this question and we will investigate it further. Thank you.
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