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RSM Series; Remote Site Managers - User’s Guide
5. Open your FTP/SFTP application and login to the RSM unit, using
a username and password that permit access to Supervisor Level
commands.
6. Transfer the binary format upgrade file to the RSM.
7. After the file transfer is complete, the RSM will install the upgrade file
and then reboot itself and break all port connections. Note that it will take
approximately 7 to 10 minutes to complete the installation process. The
unit will remain accessible until it reboots.
a) Some FTP/SFTP applications may not automatically close when
the file transfer is complete. If this is the case, you may close your
FTP/SFTP client manually after it indicates that the file has been
successfully transferred.
b) When the upgrade process is complete, the RSM will send a message
to all currently connected network sessions, indicating that the RSM
is going down for a reboot.
Note: Do not power down the RSM unit while it is in the process
of installing the upgrade file. This can damage the unit's operating
system.
8. If you have accessed the RSM via the Network Port, in order to start the
FTP/SFTP servers, the RSM will break the network connection when the
system is reinitialized.
If you initially selected "Start FTP/SFTP Servers and Save Parameters",
you may then reestablish a connection with the RSM using your former
IP address.
If you initially selected "Start FTP/SFTP Servers and Default
Parameters", you must then login using the RSM’s default IP address
(Default = 192.168.168.168) or access command mode via Serial Port 1
or 2 or via Modem.
When firmware upgrades are available, WTI will provide the necessary
files via download or mailed CDR. At that time, an updated Users Guide or
addendum will also be available.
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