Good day! Experience problems when updating the firmware on the camera models 4500 and 4300. At the moment they are installed firmware version 1.1.0. when we want to upgrade to version 2.0.0 (file CIVS-IPC-4xxx-V2.0.0.bin 20.8 mb) at the same time there is an error "Correct the areas marked below" and "File size is too large" (fig1).
When trying to upgrade to version 2.3.1-1 (file CIVS-IPC-4xxx-V2.3.1-1.bin 4,57 mb), starts downloading (fig2) and 5% occurs disconnection (fig3).
I would also add that it's absolutely imperative you review the Release Notes for each firmware version you are looking to upgrade to. Cisco usually does a pretty good job of identifying all the caveats of moving between different versions of code.
Seriously, make it a habit for all new versions of software and firmware that come out; read the release notes. That's the best advice I can provide to others in these forums.
All the best,
Bulletproof Solutions Inc.
The CIVS-4500 have been a problem from their initial firmware V1.0.0 and that's why we haven't used them, I have one on my test bench, if you would like me to perform some testing then please post up the firmware that you are having issues with and I can get back to you with the results.
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