FAQ/snom M/update using dect snom com

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<li>After you filled out the first set of Settings, please click on '''Save/Start Update''' button to save the new values.</li>
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<li>Enter the firmware update server address and any required handset and repeater firmware versions shown on the page.
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<li>Now fill out '''Required Version''' which is under '''Update Base Stations''' and press the '''Start Update''' button to initiate the Base Station Update Procedure</li>
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<li>Click on the '''Save/Start Update''' button to save the new values.</li>
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<li>In the '''Update Base Stations''' section, select one of the radio buttons.  The default is '''Update this Base Station only'''.
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<li>Enter the firmware version for updating the base station in the text field of '''Required Version'''.
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<li>Click on the '''Start Update''' button to start the base station update.</li>
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'''NOTE:'''
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'''NOTE:'''<br/>
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The '''handset update''' will start the next time the handset is placed into the charger.
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The '''base station update''' may take up to 10 min.<br/>
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The '''base station update''' may take up to 10 min.
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'''Handset updates''' will start the next time each respective handset is placed into the charger.<br/>

Revision as of 14:53, 26 March 2015

To update the snom M-series, you can either use your own web server or the snom M-series update server. For information on using your own web server, please see the snom M700 Firmware page.

Note: The snom M-series update server always uses the latest build of a version. The available firmware versions are listed in the table below.

File:Firmware_update_m700.PNG

How to Update snom M-Series phones Using the snom M-Series Update Server

  1. Please open the web user interface of your base station. (If you don't know the IP address, press the menu key and then type *47* on the keypad. If the handset has detected more than one base station, please compare the MAC address shown on the IP search screen with the MAC address on your base station.)
  2. Select Firmware Update in the left navigation menu.
  3. Use the settings Recommended Values from the table below :
Setting Name Valid Values Recommended Values Details
Firmware update server address: http://dect.snom.com http://dect.snom.com

http://dect.snom.com

Firmware path:

Please leave this field blank!

M65:Required Version

318
323

323

Firmware versions available:

  • 318 (HSV318B09)
  • 323 (HSV323B11)

Note: This field will only appear if one or more M65 handsets are registered to the base station.

M25:Required Version

318
323

323

Firmware versions available:

  • 318 (HSV318B09)
  • 323 (HSV323B11)

Note: This field will only appear if one or more M25 handsets are registered to the base station.

Update base stations:

Update this base station only
Update all Base Stations

Update this base station only

Not applicable to M300. M700 only when multicell installation.

Update Base Stations: Required Version

318
323

323

Firmware versions available:

  • 318 (BSV318B10)
  • 323 (BSV323B12)
  1. Enter the firmware update server address and any required handset and repeater firmware versions shown on the page.
  2. Click on the Save/Start Update button to save the new values.
  3. In the Update Base Stations section, select one of the radio buttons. The default is Update this Base Station only.
  4. Enter the firmware version for updating the base station in the text field of Required Version.
  5. Click on the Start Update button to start the base station update.


NOTE:
The base station update may take up to 10 min.
Handset updates will start the next time each respective handset is placed into the charger.

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