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4400G OS to support wireless

Hi Guys,

Anyone know how to get wireless working on the 4400G? The only OS i can see on CCO is 5.03 which does not seem to have wireless as an option

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Cisco Employee

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

The DMM is not an issue here...

As I mentioned above, your image file does NOT have the correct

MD5 Hash which signifies the WRONG Image or CORRUPTED image.

What is the File name that you are using?

and where did you get it from?

T.

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Cisco Employee

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Hello,

You need DMP version 5.2 to support the wireless features.

The DMP Data sheet is here:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps9339/ps7220/data_sheet_c78-480272.html

5.2 is a paid upgrade and is not available on CCO (www.cisco.com).

You will need to purchase Software License.  Please contact you Local

Cisco Sales Rep or You Cisco Account Team.

Thanks

T.

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Thanks Tomas,

I have the software now. Unfortunately i'm having a few challenges uploading it onto my DMP. I uploaded 5.03 previously and all i needed to do was browse to the upgrade firmware section of the DMP and browse to the filename and then upload it. Now when i do this the response says:

"We recommend that you browse for a local file  instead of entering its path"

Any ideas?


Cheers

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Hi Tomas,

I've played around with this a bit more. I have tried to load 5.2 no luck, however reloading 5.03 works fine and downgrading to 5.01 also works fine. I have also reset the unit to its default configuration. I wonder if there is a possible upgrade path to get to 5.2 ?

Cheers

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Yes, there is:

  • 5.0.0 > 5.0.2 > 5.1 > 5.2
  • 5.0.2 > 5.1 > 5.2
  • 5.0.3 > 5.0.2 > 5.1 > 5.2
  • 5.1 > 5.2

Upgrade Guide: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/digital_media_systems/5_x/5_2/dms/upgrade/guide/dms52upg.pdf

Regards, Paul
New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Thanks Paul,

Have upgraded to 5.1 on the DMP with no hiccups. Still can't upgrade to 5.2 though. I'm upgrading the device locally on the DMP 4400 itself (ie not remotely through DMS)

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

I've only upgraded via DMM. Did you watch the upgrade status?

http://dmp-ip/get_param?p=init.upg*

You can try enabling logging to the buffer with http://dmp-ip/set_param?log.enable=on and display it with http://dmp-ip/get_param?p=log.*.

Regards, Paul
New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Thanks mate,

I have uploaded the error log. Does it shed any light? I cannot interpret it.

Cisco Employee

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Please provide the MD5 file check hash on the

image file that you are trying to use.

Thanks


T.

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Hi Tomas,

Its F931B7295FD6D8F33C083C079328A09C

Cisco Employee

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Ok,  what is the filename that you are running the test on and where did you get

the file.

You have "Its F931B7295FD6D8F33C083C079328A09C"

The MD5 Hash should be "5eb16472cc10746933ac89d87c4ca24c"

This is most likely the issue that you are seeing.  The image is corrupted or the

wrong image.

Cheers!

T.

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Gday Tomas,

It also might be this problem as well (I am running DMS 5.2 at the moment)

Upgrade Guide for Cisco Digital Media Suite 5.2.x

Excerpt from the following document…

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/digital_media_systems/5_x/5_2/dms/upgrade/guide/dms52upg.pdf

Upgrade Your DMPs

Caution

Because Cisco DMS 5.2 secures all communication between DMPs and your DMM appliance, you must upgrade your DMPs before you upgrade your DMM appliance. Otherwise, you cannot upgrade your DMPs at all and are prevented from managing them centrally.

Is  there any way around  this?

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

No, but where's the problem? You'll have to upgrade your DMPs before you upgrade your DMM, because otherwise DMM will not be able to communicate with the DMPs. If you do it the correct way, everything works fine.

Since 5.2 the DMM will use https to communicate with the DMPs and 5.1 does only support http, the DMM won't be able to manage players with version 5.1.

As far I understand, you are doing an upgrade direct on the player. If you're using DMM 5.1, the player will be able to upgrade, but DMM won't be able to manage it afterwards.

Regards, Paul
Cisco Employee

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

The DMM is not an issue here...

As I mentioned above, your image file does NOT have the correct

MD5 Hash which signifies the WRONG Image or CORRUPTED image.

What is the File name that you are using?

and where did you get it from?

T.

New Member

Re: 4400G OS to support wireless

Hi Tomas,

Thank you for pushing the point. I made some enquiries and indeed i received a corrupted image (even though the file size was exactly the same as the working copy). I have a working image now and it looks like it works well.

Appreciate all your help guys!

P.S i dont think you need an upgrade path for DMP 4400 (i could be wrong here)h. You might need one for DMS though.


Cheers all.

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