3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 16, 2017 10:02 AM by jnmcclai

    How can i activate a multi-upgrade to differents ONT with AOE 16.01.00.141?

    ipena New Member

      Hi, in the office we have multiple TA-5000 (34) and use differents model of ONT:

       

      • TA 434RG
      • TA 414RG
      • TA 324RG
      • TA 301

       

      And we have two AOE (Primary and Secondary) with the version 16.01.00.141.

       

      Today we have turn on the SW Auto-Upgrade to the ONT 324RG, but we need to turn on this auto-upgrade to models TA414RG and TA434RG at same time with the 324RG.

       

      How can i do this? I hope some body can help me.

        • Re: How can i activate a multi-upgrade to differents ONT with AOE 16.01.00.141?
          jnmcclai Employee

          You should be able to create a location in AOE that contains all your TA5000 nodes and thus all your ONTs off those nodes.  That way when you do the SW Auto-Upgrade you can select that location and thus all the ONTs on those nodes.  Then the upgrade should upgrade all the discovered ONTs for each network element.

            • Re: How can i activate a multi-upgrade to differents ONT with AOE 16.01.00.141?
              ipena New Member

              Hi Thnaks for the answer, with that i can group all nodes in one location.

               

              But with the file .auc how can I config o create to put different firmware for each model?

                • Re: How can i activate a multi-upgrade to differents ONT with AOE 16.01.00.141?
                  jnmcclai Employee

                  Ideally the .auc file would contain the needed information for all the ONTs.  If not, one should be able to configure the ModuleSpec portion of the .auc file such that it contains the desired values.  The format there would be like the below where you would insert your desired firmware and firmware filename.  Attached an example file.  This way, when you do the SW Auto-Upgrade in the step where you select the AUC, you would click the parent auc, and nested below that you should be able to see the desired ONTs, firmware version, and comments (attached image of this). Hope that helps!

                   

                   

                  Here is an example of ModuleSpec entries:

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  # ***************************************

                  # ***** Start of ModuleSpec entries *****

                  # ***************************************

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  #MODULE = <Part Number>,<Product Revision Range>,<Firmware Revision>,<Flash Image File name>,<Flash Image Unique Check Length> <#Comments>

                  #*****************************************************************************

                  # ONT System Release Modules

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  # ONTs GPON Special Entry

                  ModuleSpec = 1287782F1,      A-YY, J72.00.003.M4,  434RG-J72-00-003-M4.glb,      0 #434RG  4th GEN INDOOR  SFU 2P+4GE+WiFi+RF

                  #!MSpecInfo= 22675612,ac7fc0c9,2bac,0,0,"","" # 1287782F1

                  ModuleSpec = 1287790F1,      A-YY, J52.00.042.M6,  414RG-J52-00-042-M6.glb,      0 #414RG  4th GEN INDOOR  SFU 2P+4GE+2.4G WIFI

                  #!MSpecInfo= 17039516,80b5e3f6,9bbf,0,0,"","" # 1287790F1

                  ModuleSpec = 1287562G1,      A-YY, J00.00.0015.K3, TA3X4RG_J00-00-0015-K3.glb,  0 #TA324RG 3RD GEN INDOOR  SFU 2P+4GE+RG

                  #!MSpecInfo= 13647939,6c2f8953,4e92,0,0,"","" # 1287562G1

                  ModuleSpec = 1287564G1,      A-YY, J00.00.0005.K2, TA3X1_J00-00-0005-K2.glb,    0 #TA301  3RD GEN INDOOR  SFU 1GE

                  #!MSpecInfo= 9060419,47ddee75,c355,0,0,"","" # 1287564G1

                   

                   

                  # ***************************************

                  # ***** End of ModuleSpec entries *****

                  # ***************************************