Upgrading an ATA [SPA2102/3102/PAP2T] Using a TFTP Server and an URL

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Sep 14, 2009 1:39 PM
Sep 14th, 2009

In the event that you only have a device's firmware bin file, you can still upgrade the device. Here's how:

  1. Configure a TFTP server on your computer [there are many free TFTP servers available]
  2. Copy the binary file, for example spa2102-5-2-5.bin to the appropriate directory on the TFTP server
  3. Determine the IP address of the ATA [SPA2102, dial **** and then 110# for the IP address] [example: 192.168.2.10]
  4. Determine the IP address of the TFTP server: [example: 192.168.2.150]
    Windows: ipconfig /all
    UNIX: ifconfig -a
  5. Verify that you can access the device's web-ui by navigating to http://<IP_address_of_ATA>/
  6. Cause the ATA to pull the firmware from your TFTP server:
    http://<IP_address_of_ATA>/upgrade?tftp://<IP_address_of_TFTP_server>/<binary_firmware_file>
    Example: http://192.168.2.10/upgrade?tftp://192.168.2.150/spa2102-5-2-5.bin
  7. Watch your TFTP server's log file to verify that the device successfully downloads the firmware
  8. Use the device's web-ui to view the firmware version and verify that it is running the updated version.

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