c) Abort Upload: To cancel the upgrade and return to the
command prompt, type 3and press [Enter].
4. Use your communication program’s (e.g. HyperTerminal)
upload function to transfer the upgrade firmware to the
CMS unit. Select ASCII file format, and then specify the
filename and directory location where the firmware
upgrade file resides.
Note: The Upload function will time-out after one
minute of inactivity. If the function times out, type 1
and press [Enter] to continue, or press [Esc] to abort.
5. If the upload is successful, the CMS will prompt the user to
continue the upgrade or abort.
a) Upgrade: To continue with the upgrade, type 1and
press [Enter]. CMS will erase the previous firmware,
move new firmware from data flash to program flash
memory, calculate and store the new checksum, and
reboot. Do not attempt to reconnect to the CMS until
the RDY indicator blinks to indicate the process is
b) Abort: To abort the procedure, type 2and
6. Incomplete Upload: If the upload is interrupted, times-
out, or if the file is corrupted during transfer, the CMS will
display a screen which asks for user confirmation before
proceeding. To proceed, type 1and press [Enter], then
return to Step 4 above.
7. Emergency Recovery: In the rare event that the CMS
operating system becomes corrupted during installation,
front panel indicators will blink five times and the unit will
automatically switch to Emergency Recovery Mode.
Please contact WTI Customer Service for further
When firmware upgrades are available, WTI will provide the
necessary files via modem or mailed diskette. At that time, an
updated Users Guide or addendum will also be available.
CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide