Upgrading firmware can be done in one of three ways. Using the router’s interface to automatically check for an update, using the router’s interface to manually upgrade the firmware, or using InControl2 to push an upgrade to a router. Please follow the link for the method relevant to you.
Please note that upgrading when upgrading the firmware will cause the router to reboot
The automatic upgrade can be done from System > Firmware.
If an update is found the buttons will change to allow you to Download and Update the firmware.
Click on the Download and Upgrade button. A prompt will be displayed advising to download the Current Active Configuration. Please click on the underlined download text. After downloading the current config click the Ok button to start the upgrade process.
The router will download and then apply the firmware. The time t…
Using IC2 can allow a user to upgrade only one device, a set of devices, or all devices firmware at one time. I will be covering how it can be done from just the Device Level here, but the same steps can be applied at the Group Level and at the Organization Level.
Navigate to the device that you wish to upgrade in IC2. Hover over Settings and click on Firmware Management.
Select the firmware version that the unit will be upgraded to. If a special version of firmware has been provide…
In some cases, a special build may be provided via a ticket or it may be found in the forum. Upgrading to the special build can be done using this method, or using IC2 if you are using that to manage your firmware upgrades. A manual upgrade using the GA firmware posted on the site may also be recommended or required for a couple of reasons.
All of the Peplink/Pepwave GA firmware can be found
here. Navigate to the relevant product line (ie. Balance, Max, FusionHub, SOHO, etc). Some product lines…