HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes

HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes

HP V1910 Release Notes
Keywords: switch, resolved problems, software upgrading Abstract: This release notes describes the V1910 release with respect to hardware and software compatibility, released features and functions, software upgrading, and documentation. Acronyms:
Acronym
ACL CLI DHCP FTP GARP HTTP ICMP IGMP IP LACP MIB MSTP NDP NTP QoS RADIUS RMON RSTP SNMP SP SSH STP TFTP UDP VLAN

Full spelling
Access Control List Command line interface Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol File Transfer Protocol Generic Attribute Registration Protocol Hypertext Transfer Protocol Internet Control Message Protocol Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Protocol Link Aggregation Control Protocol Management Information Base Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol Neighbor Discovery Protocol Net Time Protocol Quality of Service Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service Remote monitoring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Simple Network Management Protocol Strict priority Secure Shell Spanning Tree Protocol Trivial File Transfer Protocol User Datagram Protocol Virtual Local Area Network

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HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes

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Restrictions and cautions ············································································································································· 5 Feature list····································································································································································· 6
Hardware features ····························································································································································6 Software features ······························································································································································7 Feature updates·································································································································································9 Command line updates ················································································································································· 10 MIB updates···································································································································································· 10 Configuration changes ·················································································································································· 11 Configuration changes in CMW520-R1109 ····································································································· 11 Configuration changes in CMW520-R1108P01 ······························································································ 11 Configuration changes in CMW520-R1108 ····································································································· 11 Operation changes in CMW520-R1109 ··········································································································· 11 Operation changes in CMW520-R1108P01 ···································································································· 11 Operation changes in CMW520-R1108 ··········································································································· 11

Version updates···························································································································································· 9

Open problems and workarounds····························································································································11 List of resolved problems ···········································································································································12
Resolved problems in CMW520-R1109····················································································································· 12 Resolved problems in CMW520-R1108P01 ·············································································································· 13 Resolved problems in CMW520-R1108····················································································································· 13 Documentation set·························································································································································· 14 Obtaining documentation ············································································································································· 14 Upgrading at the Boot menu ········································································································································ 15 Accessing the Boot menu······································································································································ 15 XMODEM download through the console port·································································································· 17 TFTP download through an Ethernet port············································································································ 25 FTP download through an Ethernet port ············································································································· 28 Upgrading at the CLI ····················································································································································· 30

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.... 3 ................................................................................................10  Table 8 Documentation set ......................................... 4  Table 3 V1910 series hardware features....................... L.............26  1 Table 12 Description of the FTP parameters ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes List of Tables Table 1 Version history ................................................................ 4  Table 2 Hardware and software compatibility matrix.................................................................................................................................................................. 28  Hewlett-Packard Development Company................................................................... 9  Table 6 Command line updates................................................................10  Table 7 MIB updates ..............................................................P....... 7  Table 5 Feature updates ........................................................................... 6  Table 4 Software features of the V1910 series ...............................................16  Table 1 Description of the TFTP parameters ............................................ 14  Table 10 Boot menu options ....................................................................... 14  Table 9 Approaches to loading software on the switch ...............................

0 SP1 (E0101P03) Hewlett-Packard Development Company. L. Version history Table 1 Version history Version number V1910-CMW520-R1109 V1910-CMW520-R1108P01 V1910-CMW520-R1108 Last version V1910-CMW520-R1108P 01 V1910-CMW520-R1108 None Release Date 2011-9-26 2011-8-17 2011-5-13 Remarks None None First release Hardware and software compatibility matrix Table 2 Hardware and software compatibility matrix Item Product family Specifications V1910 series V1910-16G JE005A V1910-24G JE006A Hardware platform V1910-24G-PoE (365W) JE007A V1910-24G-PoE (170W) JE008A V1910-48G JE009A Minimum memory requirements Minimum Flash requirements Boot ROM version Host software iMC version 128 MB 128 MB Version 139 or higher (Note: Perform the summary command in any view to view the version information.bin iMC PLAT 5.20. 4 . Please see Note①. Release 1 109.0 SP1 (E0101L07) iMC QoSM 5.0 SP1 (E0101P01) iMC UAM 5.P.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Version information Version number Comware software. See Note②) V1910-CMW520-R1109. Note: You can see the version number with the command summary in any view. Version 5.

Note① Copyright (c) 2004-2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company.P. Performing VCT check on an up port cannot detect the cable length. HP V1910-48G Switch uptime is 0 week.0 (E0103) None Summary Manual 192.1.P.168. The LED for a Gigabit SFP port blinks when the port is receiving packets. 4.0 Current boot app is: flash:/V1910-CMW520-R1109. ------. Displaying MAC addresses on a port does not show multicast MAC addresses. L. and is steady on when the port is sending packets.255.22 255.255. such as a save operation. Version 5.Note② Restrictions and cautions 1.bin Next main boot app is: flash:/v1910-cmw520-r1109. Hewlett-Packard Development Company.B CPLD Version is 002 Bootrom Version is 139 [SubSlot 0] 48GE+4SFP Hardware Version is REV. 33 minutes HP V1910-48G Switch 128M 128M bytes DRAM bytes Nand Flash Memory Config Register points to Nand Flash Hardware Version is REV. L. 0 day. 0 hour.20 Release 1109. Do not power off the switch during a write operation. 3. 5 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Item iNode version Remarks <HP V1910 Switch>summary Select menu option: IP Method: IP address: Subnet mask: Default gateway: Specifications iNode PC 5. 2.B -----.bin Next backup boot app is: NULL HP Comware Platform Software Comware Software.

54 in.6 × 440 × 160 mm (1.61 lb) (V1910-24G) Weight ≤ 5 kg (11.30 in.P.54 in.6 × 440 × 260 mm (1.24 in.) (V1910-24G-PoE (170W)) 43. with the rated voltage ranging from –52 VDC to –55 VDC Only V1910-24G-PoE (365W) supports RPS DC input Hewlett-Packard Development Company.) (V1910-24G) 43.6 × 440 × 160 mm (1.61 lb) (V1910-16G) ≤ 3 kg (6.72 × 17.30 in.02 lb) (V1910-48G) ≤ 6 kg (13. L. 6 .32 × 6.72 × 17.) (V1910-16G) Physical dimensions (H × W × D) 43.72 × 17.32 × 6.43 lb) (V1910-24G-PoE (365W)) Console port 1 16 × 10/100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports + 4 GE SFP interfaces (V1910-16G) 24 × 10/100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports + 4 GE SFP interfaces (V1910-24G) Service ports 48 × 10/100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports + 4 GE SFP interfaces (V1910-48G) 24 × 10/100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports + 4 GE SFP interfaces (V1910-24G-PoE (170W)) 24 × 10/100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports + 4 GE SFP interfaces (V1910-24G-PoE (365W)) AC: Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC.6 × 440 × 420 mm (1.32 × 16.72 × 17.) (V1910-24G-PoE (365W)) ≤ 3 kg (6. 47 Hz or 63 Hz Input voltage DC: Use the external RPS unit provided by HP only. 50 Hz or 60 Hz Maximum voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC.72 × 17.6 × 440 × 420 mm (1.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Feature list Hardware features Table 3 V1910 series hardware features Item Description 43.) (V1910-48G) 43.32 × 10.32 × 16.22 lb) (V1910-24G-PoE (170W)) ≤ 7 kg (15.

HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes 25.3x flow control and back pressure Maximum frame size of 10 KB 8K MAC addresses MAC address table 1K static MAC addresses Blackhole MAC addresses MAC address learning limit on a port VLAN ARP VLAN virtual interface DHCP Hewlett-Packard Development Company. L.8 W (V1910-48G) Power consumption (full configuration) 255 W (85 W for system power consumption and 170 W for PoE power consumption) (V1910-24G-PoE (170W)) AC power input: 528 W (158 W for system power consumption and 370 W for PoE power consumption) (V1910-24G-PoE (365W)) DC power input: 832 W (92 W for system power consumption and 740 W for PoE power consumption)) (V1910-24G-PoE (365W)) Operating temperature Operating humidity (noncondensing) 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F) 10% to 90% Software features Table 4 Software features of the V1910 series Category Features Dynamic aggregation of Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ports Dynamic link aggregation through Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) Link aggregation Manual link aggregation Supports up to (total number of ports/2) link aggregation groups.5 W (V1910-24G) 59.P. each supporting up to eight GEs Flow control Jumbo Frame IEEE 802.1 W (V1910-16G) 31. Port-based VLANs (256 VLANs) Voice VLAN 256 entries 64 static entries 8 DHCP client 7 .

. and temperature alarms Debugging information output ping and tracert 8 Maintenance Hewlett-Packard Development Company.1X Port-based and MAC address–based authentication Guest VLAN Loading and upgrade through XModem protocol Loading and upgrade through trivial file transfer protocol (TFTP) Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Remote Monitoring (RMON) alarm. event and history recording DM NMS Web NMS Loading and upgrade Management System log Hierarchical alarms Stacking management NTP Power. and SP+WRR queue scheduling algorithms Port-based rate limit. L.1X Up to 1024 users 802. WRR.1p/DSCP precedence marking Four queues per port SP. with a minimum granularity of 64-kbps Flow-based traffic redirecting Time ranges Broadcast/multicast/unicast storm control MSTP QoS/ACL Mirroring Port mirroring Hierarchical management and password protection of users AAA authentication Security features RADIUS authentication Port isolation 802. fan.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Category Features DHCP snooping DHCP relay agent Storm control based on port rate percentage PPS-based storm control bps-based storm control STP/RSTP/MSTP protocol Up to four spanning tree instances STP root protection BPDU protection 802.P.

L.P. 9 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Category Features Virtual cable test Version updates Feature updates Table 5 Feature updates Item V1910-CMW520-R1109 Hardware feature updates New features: None Deleted features: None New features: Software feature updates Gateway settings on the Web->wizard->IP Setup page. Deleted features: None Modified features: None Description V1910-CMW520-R1108P01 Hardware feature updates New features: None Deleted features: None New features: None Software feature updates Deleted features: None Modified features: None V1910-CMW520-R1108 Hardware feature updates New features: None Deleted features: None New features: None Software feature updates Deleted features: None Modified features: None Hewlett-Packard Development Company.

HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Command line updates Table 6 Command line updates Item V1910-CMW520-R1109 New commands Removed commands Modified commands None None None Description V1910-CMW520-R1108P01 New commands Removed commands Modified commands None None None V1910-CMW520-R1108 New commands Removed commands Modified commands None None None MIB updates Table 7 MIB updates Item New Modified MIB file None None Module None None Description None None V1910-CMW520-R1109 V1910-CMW520-R1108P01 New Modified None None None None None None V1910-CMW520-R1108 New Modified None None None None None None Hewlett-Packard Development Company. 10 . L.P.

There are multi-gateway addresses.xml” configuration into the “. configure a gateway address by Manual mode. 11 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Configuration changes Configuration changes in CMW520-R1109 1. route entry on the Web->Network->IPv4 • Hewlett-Packard Development Company.P.cfg” configuration. L. Configuration changes in CMW520-R1108P01 None Configuration changes in CMW520-R1108 None Operation changes in CMW520-R1109 None Operation changes in CMW520-R1108P01 None Operation changes in CMW520-R1108 None Open problems and workarounds LSD64981 • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 109 Description: On the Web->Wizard->IP Setup page. 3. The Key can be auto-generated for the SSH service on the Web->Network->Service page. and then configure the gateway address again with another IP address. Workaround: Delete the unnecessary Routing->Remove page. The PKI certificate can be auto-generated for HTTPS service on the Web->Network->Service page. Merge the “. 2.

all V1910s and the PC are in the same subnet. after two times. • Workaround: Configure the stp no-agreement-check command on the root ports. MSTP is configured to avoid loops and all V1910s belong to instance 0. List of resolved problems Resolved problems in CMW520-R1109 LSD63498 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: Use WEB page.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes LSD64667 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Description: Use the SNMP test tool to connect the device by the SHA-3DES mode.P. The ping breaks off for about 30s. 12 . Hewlett-Packard Development Company. Shut down G1/0/49 of the Root Bridge (V1910_2 in this illustration) and ping V1910_1 from the PC. Workaround: None LSD44945 • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Description: In the following network diagram. the device didn’t respond to CLI and Ping. L. Description: The gateway address could not be setup in the wizard.

Description: There is always an “. ZDD04165 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: When the LLDP function is enabled. Description: The SFP ports can not linkup or have continually abort input Error. and the prompt of the FTP server is not same as that the RFC suggest.P. displays LLDP log information or connects with Cisco IP phone and configures LLDP. Description: The corresponding Key or PKI certificate could not be generated automatically. Resolved problems in CMW520-R1108P01 LSD63812 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: The SFP ports work in default configuration (autonegotiation mode). LSD61667 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: Use WEB page. Description: The FTP connection could not be created. 13 . ZDD04178 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: When there exist ARP attacks sending to the device from a single source MAC and the source network different from the interface network. Description: The LLDP output information contains unrecognized characters in Chassis ID field. the ARP packets still can't be filtered by the device ZDD04254 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: When the device is used as the FTP client. Description: Even source MAC based ARP detection is enabled. L.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes LSD63499 • • • First found-in version: CMW520-R1 108 Condition: Apply SSH or HTTPS service on the Web->Network->Service page. Hewlett-Packard Development Company. Resolved problems in CMW520-R1108 • This is the first release version.XML” file.

Table 9 Approaches to loading software on the switch Approach Upgrading at the Boot menu Section XMODEM download through the console port TFTP download through an Ethernet port FTP download through an Ethernet port Upgrading at the CLI Upgrading at the CLI The system software and Boot ROM images for the HP V1910 Switch Series are packaged in a . TFTP.hp. and select the Support & Troubleshooting link. see HP V1910 Switch Series User Guide-R1 109 for the release R1 109.com. You can download this file to upgrade both Boot ROM and system software. or upgrade only Boot ROM. visit the HP website. Hewlett-Packard Development Company. www.bin file. choose Manuals link to see the documentation associated with your product.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Related documentation Documentation set Table 8 Documentation set Document title Read This First for HP V-Series Switches (5998-2232) HP V1910 Switch Series Compliance and Safety Manual HP V1910 Switch Series Getting Start Guide Version AP100 5PW100 6W100 For HP V1910 Switch Series User Guide. Upgrading software You can access the Boot menu or CLI to download system software and Boot ROM images to Flash memory by using XMODEM. • • • Choose See support and troubleshooting information radio button Enter product name/number OR choose the automatic product name/number detection OR select a product category From the product page.P. Obtaining documentation For the latest documentation. or FTP. L. 14 .

. Upgrading at the Boot menu Accessing the Boot menu Power on the switch (for example. L.P.. upgrade both sections to ensure the functionality of the entire system.. the system starts decompressing files. Version 139 * * * ******************************************************************************** Copyright (c) 2010-2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company.bin package file comprises a basic section and an extended section.. ******************************************************************************** * * * HP V1910-16G Switch BOOTROM. At the prompt. The extended section enables the Boot ROM to bootstrap the system and upgrade system software.P. L.. Creation Date CPU L1 Cache CPU Clock Speed Memory Size Flash Size CPLD Version PCB Version Mac Address : May : 32KB : 333MHz : 128MB : 128MB : 002 : Ver. press Ctrl + B within five seconds. enter the Boot ROM password (no password is required by default) to access the Boot menu: Hewlett-Packard Development Company. and you must restart the switch to access the Boot menu..B : 00E0FC003620 5 2011 Press Ctrl-B to enter Extended Boot menu. and you must press Ctrl + B within five seconds to enter the Boot menu. Please input BootRom password: NOTE: • The system by default starts up in normal (full) mode. • If you fail to press Ctrl + B within the time limit. you must press Ctrl + B within one second to enter the Boot menu.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes The Boot ROM image in the .0 When “Press Ctrl-B to enter Extended Boot menu” appears. and you can see the following information: Starting. In fast startup mode. The basic section is the minimum boot image. an HP V1910-16G Switch).. IMPORTANT: When upgrading Boot ROM. 15 .

Modify the Boot ROM password. 16 .P. Set BootRom password recovery 9. and you must press Ctrl + B within five seconds to enter the Boot menu. Display all files in flash 4. Delete files from Flash memory. By default. you must press Ctrl + B within one second to enter the Boot menu. You can choose this option to separately upgrade Boot ROM. Delete file from flash 5. Skip current system configuration 8. Modify BootRom password 6. L. Select application file to boot 3.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes BOOT MENU 1. The system by default starts up in normal (full) mode. Select the software package file to boot. Download application file to flash 2. You can disable this function to protect system security. Boot ROM recovery is enabled. Reboot Enter your choice(0-9): Table 10 Boot menu options Item 1. Skip current system configuration 8. Access the Boot ROM update menu. Set BootRom password recovery 9.bin software package file to Flash memory. Delete file from flash 5. This guide takes upgrading Boot ROM as an example. Start the switch with the default empty configuration. Hewlett-Packard Development Company. In fast startup mode. Select application file to boot 3. You can choose this option to upgrade both system software and Boot ROM. This is a one-time operation and does not take effect at the next reboot. Set the switch in normal (full) or fast startup mode. You use this option when you forget the console login password. Set switch startup mode 0. Enter BootRom upgrade menu 7. Download application file to flash 2. Reboot NOTE: The procedure of upgrading Boot ROM is the same as upgrading system software. 7. Disable or enable the Boot ROM password recovery function. Display all files in Flash memory. Set switch startup mode 0. Modify BootRom password 6. Enter BootRom upgrade menu Description Download a . Display all files in flash 4. Restart the switch.

and click OK.400 Data bits—8 Parity—None Stop bits—1 Flow control—None Emulation—VT100 Follow these steps to set terminal parameters. CRC. and in the Connection Description dialog box that appears. Figure 1 Connection description of the HyperTerminal Step2 Select the serial port to be used from the Connect using drop-down list.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes XMODEM download through the console port You can connect a PC or terminal to the console port to download files to the switch by using XMODEM. a PC. 17 .P. L. The following are the required terminal settings: • • • • • • Bits per second—38. for example. on a Windows XP HyperTerminal: Step1 Select Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal. for example. type the name of the new connection in the Name text box and click OK. XMODEM supports 128-byte data packets and provides the reliability mechanisms including checksum. and retransmissions (up to 10). Setting terminal parameters Run a terminal emulator program on the console terminal. Hewlett-Packard Development Company.

L.P. and Flow control to None. Stop bits to 1. Data bits to 8. Figure 3 Set the serial port parameters Hewlett-Packard Development Company. and click OK. 18 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Figure 2 Set the serial port used by the HyperTerminal connection Step3 Set Bits per second to 38400. Parity to None.

Hewlett-Packard Development Company. L.P. and click OK in the Switch Properties dialog box. set the emulation to VT100. Figure 4 HyperTerminal window Step5 Click the Settings tab. 19 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Step4 Select File > Properties in the HyperTerminal window.

HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Figure 5 Set terminal emulation in Switch Properties dialog box Upgrading Boot ROM Perform the following tasks to upgrade Boot ROM by using XMODEM through the console port: 1. Update extended BootRom 3. Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0. and enter 6 or press Ctrl + U to enter the Boot ROM update menu: 1.P. You can use option 2 or option 3 only under the guidance of an HP engineer. Access the Boot menu. 20 . L. Set FTP protocol parameter 3. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): IMPORTANT: Always select option 1 to upgrade the entire Boot ROM. 1. Update full BootRom 2. Enter 1 at the Boot ROM update menu to set the protocol parameters. Set TFTP protocol parameter 2. Return to boot menu Hewlett-Packard Development Company. 2. Update basic BootRom 0.

2. *38400 Enter your choice (0-5): 4. Select an appropriate download rate. Download baudrate is 115200 bps Please change the terminal's baudrate to 115200 bps and select XMODEM protocol Press enter key when ready 5. 5. skip this task. 21 . Select Call > Disconnect in the HyperTerminal window to disconnect the terminal from the switch. for example. enter 5 to select 115200 bps. click Configure (see Figure 7 ). Step1 Set the serial port on the terminal to use the same baud rate and protocol as the console port.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Enter your choice(0-3): 3. 4. 1. In the Properties dialog box. and then select 1 15200 from the Bits per second drop-down list box (see Figure 8 ). Hewlett-Packard Development Company. L. Enter 3 to set the XMODEM download baud rate.P. If you select 38400 bps as the download rate for the console port. 0. 9600 19200 57600 115200 Return Please select your download baudrate: 3. Figure 6 Disconnect the terminal from the switch Step2 Select File > Properties.

P. L. 22 .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Figure 7 Properties dialog box Hewlett-Packard Development Company.

If you want to exit. and click Browse in the pop-up dialog box (see Figure 1 ) to select the source file (for example. L. Now please start transfer file with XMODEM protocol.. Press <Ctrl+X>. Step4 Upload the software package file from the terminal to the switch.. 23 Hewlett-Packard Development Company. 6. and select Xmodem from 1 the Protocol drop-down list. Figure 9 Reestablish the connection NOTE: The new settings can take effect only after you reestablish the connection. Loading .HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Figure 8 Modify the baud rate Step3 Select Call > Call to reestablish the connection. After establishing a connection between the terminal and the switch.P.bin). update. . press Enter in the HyperTerminal window.CCCCCCCCCC Step5 Select Transfer > Send File in the HyperTerminal window (see Figure 10 ).

. 24 .CCCC Done! Will you Update Basic BootRom? (Y/N):Y Hewlett-Packard Development Company.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Figure 10 Transfer menu Figure 11 File transmission dialog box Step6 Click Send. enter Y to update the basic Boot ROM section: Loading . Upgrade Boot ROM on the switch. When the terminal displays the following prompt.P. L. The following dialog box appears: Figure 12 Send the application file using XMODEM 7..

... except that you must set the attribute of the file as main. enter 1 at the Boot menu..... A file with the none attribute is just stored in Flash memory for backup and you must change its attribute to make it usable at reboot. Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0.Done! Please input the file attribute (Main/Backup/None) M Done! NOTE: • The switch always attempts to boot first with the main file...HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes When the terminal displays the following prompt.... because the main file is not available. Press any key to return to the Boot ROM update menu and enter 0.. press ENTER when ready.. Set FTP protocol parameter 3.. If you are using a download rate other than 38400 bps.Done! Updating extended BootRom? (Y/N):Y When the Boot ROM upgrade is completed. Set TFTP protocol parameter 2.. Hewlett-Packard Development Company.. 8...... Update full BootRom 2. On the Boot menu that appears. the terminal displays the following information: Updating extended BootRom.. the switch tries to boot with the backup file.... and the following menu appears: 1. the attribute of the old file changes to none after the new file becomes valid.. Update extended BootRom 3.. The following is the Boot ROM update menu: 1. ... The subsequent procedure is the same as loading Boot ROM images. enter 0 to restart the switch so the updated image can take effect....... If the baud rate is 38400 bps..... Writing flash..... restore the baud rate of the serial port on the terminal to 38400 bps.Done! Please change the terminal's baudrate to 38400 bps... or none to complete the file loading.... • If a file with the same attribute as the file you are loading is already in the Flash memory.......... Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Upgrading system software To upgrade system software...... L.... 9..... enter Y to update the extended Boot ROM section: Updating Basic BootRom..... Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Enter 3 to set the XMODEM parameters for downloading the software package file... backup..... Update basic BootRom 0. • The switch automatically updates Boot ROM when loading system software.... and if the attempt fails for example. skip this step...... 25 .. TFTP download through an Ethernet port The switch can work as a TFTP client to download files from a TFTP server........P...

power on the switch.3 Load File Name Server IP Address Local IP Address Gateway IP Address : Table 11 Description of the TFTP parameters Item Load File Name : Server IP Address : Local IP Address : Gateway IP Address : Description Name of the file to be downloaded (for example. access the Boot menu. and you must install one yourself. Enter 1 to set the TFTP parameters. and enter 6 to access the following Boot ROM update menu: 1.10. Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0. • The HP V1910 Switche Series do not come with any TFTP server program.10. L. 26 .10. 2. Update basic BootRom 0. Update extended BootRom 3. Enter 1 to upgrade the entire Boot ROM and access the following protocol parameter setting menu: Bootrom update menu: 1.3) IP address of the gateway (in this example.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Upgrading Boot ROM 1. Run a terminal emulator program on the PC. 3. Connect an Ethernet port of the switch to the server and connect the console port of the switch to a PC NOTE: • The PC and the TFTP/FTP server can be co-located. update. 10.10.2) IP address of the switch (for example. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): 5.10. Set FTP protocol parameter 3. no gateway is required because the server and the switch are on the same subnet) Hewlett-Packard Development Company. Run the TFTP server program on the server and specify the source file path.10.bin :10.bin) IP address of the TFTP server (for example.10. 10. :update.P. Set TFTP protocol parameter 2.10. Update full BootRom 2.2 :10. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): 4.

. When the upgrade is completed.... you must specify a gateway address for the switch........Done! Will you Update Basic BootRom? (Y/N):Y Enter Y at the prompt to upgrade the basic Boot ROM section............Done! Updating extended BootRom? (Y/N):Y Enter Y at the prompt to upgrade the extended Boot ROM section........... ........ Press any key to return to the Boot ROM update menu................... and enter 0 to restart the switch from the Boot menu so the upgraded Boot ROM can take effect........ Hewlett-Packard Development Company...Done! Please input the file attribute (Main/Backup/None) M Done! NOTE: • If a file with the same attribute as the file you are loading is already in the Flash memory........... except that you must set the attribute of the file as main... Set TFTP protocol parameter 2..... Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0............ .. the attribute of the old file changes to none after the new file becomes valid.................. Updating Basic BootRom.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes NOTE: If the switch and the server are on different subnets.... enter 1 at the Boot menu to access the following menu: 1.............. Update extended BootRom 3........ Update basic BootRom 0.......... The subsequent procedure of is the same as upgrading Boot ROM. enter 0 to return to the Boot menu.Done! 7.... 27 ........ • The switch automatically updates Boot ROM when loading system software. Writing flash........ or none to complete the file loading....... L................... Set FTP protocol parameter 3...... Update full BootRom 2...... Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Enter 1 to set the TFTP parameters................. Loading.. ... backup....P.... 6... Enter all required parameters. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Upgrading system software To upgrade switch software.................. Press enter key when ready 1.................. the following information appears: Updating extended BootRom........................

Connect an Ethernet port of the switch to the server and connect the console port of the switch to a PC.10. 10. Set TFTP protocol parameter 2. 3.3 Load File Name Server IP Address Local IP Address Gateway IP Address :0. configure an FTP username and password.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes FTP download through an Ethernet port The switch can work as an FTP server or FTP client to download files through an Ethernet port.2 :10.10.10. This section uses the switch as an FTP client to describe the procedure.0. 1. 2. Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0.3) 28 Hewlett-Packard Development Company.10.10. the switch can work only as an FTP client. Update extended BootRom 3. Upgrading Boot ROM NOTE: When upgrading Boot ROM.bin :10. access the Boot menu.P. :update. Set FTP protocol parameter 3. 10.bin) IP address of the FTP server (for example. Update basic BootRom 0. L. power on the switch. update.10.10.10. Enter 2 to set the FTP parameters. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): 4. Update full BootRom 2. and specify the source file path.0. Run a terminal emulator program on the PC. and enter 6 to access the following Boot ROM update menu: 1. . Run an FTP server program on the server.2) IP address of the switch (for example. Enter 1 to upgrade the entire Boot ROM and access the following protocol parameter setting menu: Bootrom update menu: 1. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): 5.0 FTP User Name FTP User Password :V1910 :V1910 Table 12 Description of the FTP parameters Item Load File Name : Server IP Address : Local IP Address : Description Name of the file to be downloaded (for example.

.P..... the following information appears: Updating extended BootRom. or none to complete the file loading....Done! Please input the file attribute (Main/Backup/None) M Done! Hewlett-Packard Development Company. Writing flash... Set TFTP protocol parameter 2... Update full BootRom 2... and enter 0 to restart the switch from the Boot menu so the upgraded Boot ROM can take effect. 6.Done! 7.. When the upgrade is completed...... Update extended BootRom 3............... enter 1 in the Boot menu to access the following menu: 1......... except that you must set the attribute of the file as main.. Enter all required parameters. which must be the same as configured on the FTP server. which must be the same as configured on the FTP server. enter 0 to return to the Boot menu. L.. Set XMODEM protocol parameter 0.. backup..... Update basic BootRom 0. Will you Update Basic BootRom? (Y/N):Y Enter Y at the prompt to upgrade the basic Boot ROM section... The subsequent procedure is the same as upgrading Boot ROM............ Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Upgrading system software To upgrade switch software..... 29 . ... Press any key to return to the Boot ROM update menu. Return to boot menu Enter your choice(0-3): Enter 2 to set the FTP parameters... NOTE: If the switch and the server are on different subnets.. Press enter key when ready 1.. no gateway is required because the server and the switch are on the same subnet) Username for accessing the FTP server..Done! Updating extended BootRom? (Y/N):Y Enter Y at the prompt to upgrade the extended Boot ROM section.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes Item Gateway IP Address : FTP User Name FTP User Password Description IP address of the gateway (in this example............ Updating Basic BootRom. Set FTP protocol parameter 3...... Password for accessing the FTP server.... you must specify a gateway address for the switch.......

• The switch automatically updates Boot ROM when loading system software. <HP V1910 Switch>upgrade 192. The only 1 warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services.bin runtime The file flash:/ main. Overwrite it? [Y/N]:y Verifying server file....1. <HP V1910 Switch>upgrade 192.. © Copyright 201 Hewlett-Packard Development Company. load the Boot ROM image first and delete useless files to free up Flash memory before you load the system software image. Step 1: Configure an IP address for the switch <HP V1910 Switch>ipsetup ip-address 192.btm bootrom File will be transferred in binary mode Downloading file from remote TFTP server.168. Hewlett-Packard Development Company. 30 . please wait.P. File will be transferred in binary mode Downloading file from remote TFTP server. Step 3: Download and load the Boot ROM file.bin exists.HP V1910-CMW520-R1109 Release Notes NOTE: • If a file with the same attribute as the file you are loading is already in the Flash memory.P. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Deleting the old file. the attribute of the old file changes to none after the new file becomes valid./ TFTP: 10262272 bytes received in 104 second(s) File downloaded successfully. L. L.1 update. BootRom file updating finished! Step 4: Reboot the device to validate the new system software.1 update.168.2 24 Step 2: Download the system software image file from the TFTP server. please wait.| TFTP: 259324 bytes received in 2 second(s) File downloaded successfully... please wait.168.1. Upgrading at the CLI You can remotely download Boot ROM and system software images from a TFTP server at the CLI as follows. The specified file will be used as the boot file at the next reboot... <HP V1910 Switch> reboot Note that if flash memory is insufficient.1. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

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