As i got the message (in the background of the website) the foreground still told me "upgrading firmware". Since the DIAG LED was blinking (indicates that firmware update is in progress) i thought it's still upgrading but after 10 minutes i tried to reload the page. (WAN connections worked while this was happening) After the restart, the router behaved like nothing ever happened. I restarted the device to get the DIAG LED to stop blinking. On the download website for the firmware also was the version 1.0.2.03 available. So i thought i might need to upgrade to this version first and to 22.214.171.124 afterwards.
I don't know if a second attempt with a direct upgrade to 126.96.36.199 would have worked, but done as i said it worked.
thanks a lot for your reply. I finally called cisco small business support and they told me to restart the router and upload firmware upgrade again. As I did so, it all worked, I just was unsure what to do so I took the safe way to call the support in case a reboote might fail and leave my router without funktion.
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