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January 28, 2012, at 05:38 AM by scoutcamper --
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WARNING: This installer program will not work on Windows 7 SP1?.

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WARNING: This installer program will not work on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and will cause a Blue screen of death.

January 28, 2012, at 05:37 AM by scoutcamper --
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WARNING: This installer program may not work on Windows 7.

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WARNING: This installer program will not work on Windows 7 SP1?.

December 11, 2010, at 03:48 AM by Radale -- Windows 7 warning.
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WARNING: This installer program may not work on Windows 7.

February 06, 2009, at 01:55 AM by dbh -- updated download link verification date
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - January. 18, 2009)
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - 2009-02-05)
February 06, 2009, at 01:53 AM by dbh -- tweaked previous format
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0. Check (again) that the slug is in upgrade mode (or it won't display be found).

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  1. Check (again) that the slug is in upgrade mode (or it won't be found).
February 06, 2009, at 01:52 AM by dbh -- added upgrade mode reminder as item zero in updater list
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0. Check (again) that the slug is in upgrade mode (or it won't display be found).

January 18, 2009, at 08:15 AM by vivekv --
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Nov. 1, 2008)
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - January. 18, 2009)
November 12, 2008, at 03:43 PM by resetter --
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File access error - I get this message when selecting the firmware files to be updated, the files are not set to be inaccessible.

November 01, 2008, at 06:34 PM by KP --
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Sept 10, 2008)
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Nov. 1, 2008)
October 15, 2008, at 04:39 AM by Ralph Finch -- Further explantion of install problem
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More additional SerComm notes: I added the URL reference to all_router_utility.zip and the first two don't work for me at all. Once the file was unzipped, i had to down-length the directory name to < 8 chars as the installer seems to be of the 16bit kind! - hjw

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More additional SerComm notes: I added the URL reference to all_router_utility.zip and the first two don't work for me at all. Once the file was unzipped, i had to down-length the directory name to < 8 chars as the installer seems to be of the 16bit kind! - hjw 2008-10-14 I had the installer problem also, had to shorten the utility name also. rf

September 10, 2008, at 07:27 PM by Ked --
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Aug 8, 2008)
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Sept 10, 2008)
August 15, 2008, at 12:38 AM by fcarolo -- review, formatting, typos
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First of all, make sure that you run the program using an user account with Administrator privileges. Also, in Windows Vista you will need to use Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on the exe file, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

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First of all, make sure that you run the program using an user account with Administrator privileges. Also, in Windows Vista you will need to use Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on the exe file, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatibility mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

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Additional SerComm notes: When starting Upgrade.exe I kept getting an error message telling me to run RmDrv.exe, and then rerun Upgrade.exe - unfotunately doing so had no effect, I still kept getting the error. Then by sheer luck I discovered that the "Adapter Cards Lists:" was actually listing each of my network cards 3 or 4 times. By using the up & down keys and trial & error I eventually managed to select the correct network card, at which point it all worked flawlessly. - Lurch. I had a card disabled (a 1394 card) and got the same behavior until I enabled it. - Gunnar

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Additional SerComm notes: When starting Upgrade.exe I kept getting an error message telling me to run RmDrv.exe, and then rerun Upgrade.exe - unfortunately doing so had no effect, I still kept getting the error. Then by sheer luck I discovered that the "Adapter Cards Lists:" was actually listing each of my network cards 3 or 4 times. By using the up & down keys and trial & error I eventually managed to select the correct network card, at which point it all worked flawlessly. - Lurch. I had a card disabled (a 1394 card) and got the same behavior until I enabled it. - Gunnar

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The SerComm-Utility sees the slug with firmware 4.x and higher after putting him into upgrade mode. The SerComm-Utility left the ethernet devices on two of my machines disfunctional after browsing for slugs and another time after starting with "erasing flash" and stopped updating. seems unstable. suggestion: switch to upslug on linux/knoppix. worked reliable.

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The SerComm-Utility sees the slug with firmware 4.x and higher after putting him into upgrade mode. The SerComm-Utility left the ethernet devices on two of my machines dysfunctional after browsing for slugs and another time after starting with "erasing flash" and stopped updating. seems unstable. suggestion: switch to upslug on linux/knoppix. worked reliable.

August 15, 2008, at 12:37 AM by fcarolo -- review and formatting
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First of all, make sure that you run the program using an user account with Administrator privileges. Also, in Windows Vista you will need to use Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on the @@exe@ file, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

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First of all, make sure that you run the program using an user account with Administrator privileges. Also, in Windows Vista you will need to use Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on the exe file, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

August 15, 2008, at 12:37 AM by fcarolo -- review and formatting
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The Sercomm Update Utility can be used on a Windows machine to upgrade the firmware on an NSLU2 using upgrade mode, similar to the basic usage of UpSlug2. It has been tested with Windows XP SP2 and with Windows 2000 SP4.

Note: in Windows Vista, please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on exe, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom.

This utility used to be available from Sercomm web site (http://www.sercomm.com), but the old download link does not work since January, 2007 (http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe)

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The Sercomm Update Utility can be used on a Windows machine to upgrade the firmware on an NSLU2 using upgrade mode, similar to the basic usage of UpSlug2. It has been tested with Windows 2000 (SP4 and above), Windows XP (SP2 and above) and Windows Vista.

Downloading

This utility used to be available from Sercomm web site (http://www.sercomm.com), but the old download link does not work since January, 2007 (http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe)

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The MD5 checksum of the original Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe file (from Sercomm using the link that no longer works):

 534270510c7be84e5784646e8e5385a0 *Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe

There may be some old references to another utility, distributed ion a file name ugtool.zip or something like it. This utility does not work, it usually crashes immediately on starting.

  1. Fire up the SerComm utility. It will go looking for a slug on the local subnet;
  2. Select your slug in the SerComm utility
  3. Select the firmware to be loaded and press the upgrade button.

The SerComm utility will then upload the firmware image to the slug and verify it once written. Once done, you can reboot your slug. - Romix12000

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After downloading, open the zip file and run `Upgrade_207_XP.exe. This will install the utility. It will show up in the Start menu, under Programs | Ugutil, as Upgrade Utility.

If you want to check, the MD5 checksum of the original Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe file (from Sercomm web site, using the link that no longer works) is:

  534270510c7be84e5784646e8e5385a0 *Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe

There may be some old references to another utility, distributed on a file name ugtool.zip or something like it. This utility does not work, it usually crashes immediately on starting.

Running the Firmware Updater

First of all, make sure that you run the program using an user account with Administrator privileges. Also, in Windows Vista you will need to use Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on the @@exe@ file, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

  1. Start the Upgrade Utility. If you have more than one network card in your PC, it will show a list of interfaces and ask you to select one. Choose the Ethernet card that is connected to the same network as the slug.
  2. Open the Browse menu and select Browse Targets..., it will go look for a slug on the local subnet.
  3. Select your slug in the Devices List box, then click on the Files button.
  4. Select the firmware file to be loaded. After you select a file and click Open, the program will show a window with some extra information about the file, simply click Ok to confirm.
  5. Click the Upgrade button. This will start the upgrade process.

During the upgrade, the program will show some progress messages, as it erases the flash, uploads the new firmware and verifies it. When finished, the program will show a success message and reboot the slug. After that, you can close the program and proceed with the configuration of the new firmware.


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First link, pointing to Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-checked and works fine -- fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

August 08, 2008, at 02:23 PM by fcarolo -- re-checked links
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First link, pointing to `Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-checked and works fine -- fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

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First link, pointing to Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-checked and works fine -- fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM by fcarolo --
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First link, pointing to `Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-check on August 8, 2008 and works fine fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

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First link, pointing to `Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-checked and works fine -- fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM by fcarolo -- fixed link info
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  • http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1 (not working as of 7 Aug 2008)
  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip (verified - Aug 8, 2008)
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The MD5 checksum of the original Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe file (yes this one was downloaded from sercomm using the link that no longer works):

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The MD5 checksum of the original Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe file (from Sercomm using the link that no longer works):

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First link, pointing to `Upgrade_207_XP.zip was re-check on August 8, 2008 and works fine fcarolo August 08, 2008, at 02:22 PM

August 07, 2008, at 02:21 PM by AdamScheblein -- notifying of dead link
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  • http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1
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  • http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1 (not working as of 7 Aug 2008)
May 12, 2008, at 08:19 AM by BenMcDui --
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Unslung 6.10: I successfully used Sercomm to upgrade my slug to Unslung 6.10. Sercomm runs on XP SP3? (!). No sweat - BenMdDui

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Unslung 6.10: I successfully used Sercomm to upgrade my slug to Unslung 6.10. Sercomm runs on XP SP3 (!). No sweat - BenMcDui

May 12, 2008, at 08:18 AM by BenMcDui -- Added experience with Unslung 6.10
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Unslung 6.10: I successfully used Sercomm to upgrade my slug to Unslung 6.10. Sercomm runs on XP SP3? (!). No sweat - BenMdDui

May 09, 2008, at 02:19 AM by Servel333 -- Misspelling
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Note: in Windows Vista, please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on exe, go to Properties, select Vompatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom.

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Note: in Windows Vista, please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on exe, go to Properties, select Compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom.

February 03, 2008, at 02:36 AM by Ari --
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More additional SerComm notes: In windows vista I couldn't discover the device for a long time, everything worked when I disabled Norton's firewall and windows defender - Ari

January 08, 2008, at 12:29 PM by fcarolo -- formatting
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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode

Right click on exe, go to properties, select compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom

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Note: in Windows Vista, please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode. Right click on exe, go to Properties, select Vompatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom.

December 27, 2007, at 05:37 PM by Reedy Boy -- typos
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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatability mode

Right click on exe, go to properties, select compatability tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom

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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility mode

Right click on exe, go to properties, select compatibility tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom

December 27, 2007, at 05:37 PM by Reedy Boy -- rem SP2
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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) SP2? Compatability mode

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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) Compatability mode

December 27, 2007, at 05:37 PM by Reedy Boy -- Vista notice in Big
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In Vista, Please set it to run in administrator mode and also into Windows XP (Service Pack 2) SP2? Compatability mode

Right click on exe, go to properties, select compatability tab, check "Run this program in compatability mode for", and then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2). Then select run this as an administrator from the bottom

August 11, 2007, at 11:06 AM by hjw -- added comment wtih regard to the third sercomm utility URL reference
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More additional SerComm notes: I added the URL reference to all_router_utility.zip and the first two don't work for me at all. Once the file was unzipped, i had to down-length the directory name to < 8 chars as the installer seems to be of the 16bit kind! - hjw

August 11, 2007, at 11:02 AM by hjw -- added a working URL reference to sercomm utility
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  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/all_router_utility.zip
July 26, 2007, at 07:01 AM by cozi -- downgrade link speed to flash with SerComm if hangs during upgrading.
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Another alternative is to have a direct connection to the slug. Down grade the link speed to 10mbps half duplex. After that, the updating goes on smoothly after "erasing flash" - Cozi

March 03, 2007, at 03:14 PM by Phil Endecott -- Someone who knows about Sercomm please tidy this page
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  1. Fire up the SerComm utility. It will go looking for a slug on the local subnet;
  2. Select your slug in the SerComm utility
  3. Select the firmware to be loaded and press the upgrade button.

The SerComm utility will then upload the firmware image to the slug and verify it once written. Once done, you can reboot your slug. - Romix12000

Additional SerComm notes: When starting Upgrade.exe I kept getting an error message telling me to run RmDrv.exe, and then rerun Upgrade.exe - unfotunately doing so had no effect, I still kept getting the error. Then by sheer luck I discovered that the "Adapter Cards Lists:" was actually listing each of my network cards 3 or 4 times. By using the up & down keys and trial & error I eventually managed to select the correct network card, at which point it all worked flawlessly. - Lurch. I had a card disabled (a 1394 card) and got the same behavior until I enabled it. - Gunnar

More additional SerComm notes: The behaviour mentioned above happened to me too. For me the solution was to run the Sercomm utility with Administrators' rights - ABE

More additional SerComm notes: Under Windows Vista i got repeatingly blue screens (page fault in non paged area), The solution: Set the properties to compatibilitymode "XP sp2" and run the Sercomm utility with Administrators' rights - Wouter

The SerComm-Utility sees the slug with firmware 4.x and higher after putting him into upgrade mode. The SerComm-Utility left the ethernet devices on two of my machines disfunctional after browsing for slugs and another time after starting with "erasing flash" and stopped updating. seems unstable. suggestion: switch to upslug on linux/knoppix. worked reliable.

You can also put your slug manually into Upgrade mode by giving it the upgrade command in Redboot.

January 29, 2007, at 05:13 PM by fcarolo -- formatting
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The MD5 checksum of the original Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe file (yes this one was downloaded from sercomm using the link that no longer works):

 534270510c7be84e5784646e8e5385a0 *Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe
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MD5? of file (yes this one was downloaded from sercomm using the link that no longer works): 534270510c7be84e5784646e8e5385a0 *Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe

January 28, 2007, at 07:56 PM by infoball -- Added MD5 of Sercomm installer
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Could someone provide the MD5? checksum for Upgrade_207_XP.zip? If it's no longer available on the Sercomm site it would be useful to verify that the file we're downloading is legitimate. Thanks. - RichF?

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MD5? of file (yes this one was downloaded from sercomm using the link that no longer works): 534270510c7be84e5784646e8e5385a0 *Sercomm_Upgrade_207_XP.exe

January 28, 2007, at 05:56 PM by RichF --
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Could someone provide the MD5? checksum for Upgrade_207_XP.zip? If it's no longer available on the Sercomm site it would be useful to verify that the file we're downloading is legitimate. Thanks. - RichF?

January 18, 2007, at 08:57 PM by fcarolo -- updated links
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Jan 18, 2007 You can find the sercommutil at this link: http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1&PHPSESSID=9e34770b5004aa5bbc9ba34d0410b227

I've used it to upgrade to Unslung 6.8 and it works fine.

Jan 18,2007 I just found it here: http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip

Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine or to run a TFTP server under windows and use redboot as explained in how to HowTo.RecoverFromABadFlash.

There are at least 2 links to different versions of Sercomm's Firmware Updater Utility on nslu2-linux...

I tried two of them and this one worked on Windows XP SP2: http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe It does also work with Windows 2000 SP4, too.

The other ugtool.zip (or something like it) crashes immediately on starting.

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The Sercomm Update Utility can be used on a Windows machine to upgrade the firmware on an NSLU2 using upgrade mode, similar to the basic usage of UpSlug2. It has been tested with Windows XP SP2 and with Windows 2000 SP4.

This utility used to be available from Sercomm web site (http://www.sercomm.com), but the old download link does not work since January, 2007 (http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe)

Other copies of the same utility were found at the web sites from other router manufacturers, since the same utility is able to upload firmware images to other embedded devices. The current know links are:

  • http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1
  • http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip

There may be some old references to another utility, distributed ion a file name ugtool.zip or something like it. This utility does not work, it usually crashes immediately on starting.

January 18, 2007, at 06:39 PM by sdm485 -- Another link to updater
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Jan 18,2007 I just found it here: http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip

January 18, 2007, at 06:21 PM by MarcoNL --
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I've used to to upgrade to Unslung 6.6 and it works fine.

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I've used it to upgrade to Unslung 6.8 and it works fine.

January 18, 2007, at 06:18 PM by MarcoNL --
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Jan 18, 2007 You can find the sercommutil at this link: http://saytec.com/board/download_download.php?n=319&c=1&PHPSESSID=9e34770b5004aa5bbc9ba34d0410b227

I've used to to upgrade to Unslung 6.6 and it works fine.

January 17, 2007, at 05:03 PM by Lars Lydersen --
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Found the Sercomm Update Utility at this adress: [=http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip]

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[=http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip] \n \n

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[=http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip] \n \n

January 17, 2007, at 05:01 PM by Lars Lydersen -- Found new link
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Found the Sercomm Update Utility at this adress: [=http://www.everbesthk.com/8-download/sercomm/firmware/NU54/Upgrade_207_XP.zip]

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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine or to run a TFTP server under windows and use redboot as explained in how to RecoverFromABadFlash?.

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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine or to run a TFTP server under windows and use redboot as explained in how to HowTo.RecoverFromABadFlash.

January 16, 2007, at 06:06 PM by Quentin King -- Add reference to using TFTP server under windows
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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine.

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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine or to run a TFTP server under windows and use redboot as explained in how to RecoverFromABadFlash?.

January 15, 2007, at 07:05 PM by fcarolo -- warning about broken link
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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2? on a Linux machine.

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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2 on a Linux machine.

January 15, 2007, at 07:05 PM by fcarolo -- warning about broken link
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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use Upslug2? on a Linux machine.

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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use UpSlug2? on a Linux machine.

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I tried two of them and this one worked on Windows XP SP2?:

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I tried two of them and this one worked on Windows XP SP2:

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It does also work with Windows 2000 SP4?, too.

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It does also work with Windows 2000 SP4, too.

January 15, 2007, at 07:04 PM by fcarolo -- warning about broken link
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Warning: as of Jan 15, 2007, the Sercomm Update Utility is no longer available at the address mentioned below. So far, we were unable to locate another copy from Sercomm itself, or an adequate Windows-based replacement, so the only viable alternative to re-flash your NSLU2 is to use Upslug2? on a Linux machine.

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http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe\\

to:

http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe

Changed lines 11-13 from:

The other ugtool.zip (or something like it) crashes immediately on starting.

to:

The other ugtool.zip (or something like it) crashes immediately on starting.

August 29, 2006, at 04:19 AM by Thomas --
Changed lines 4-5 from:

http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe

to:

http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe
It does also work with Windows 2000 SP4?, too.

April 24, 2006, at 02:17 PM by ironstorm --
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There are at least 2 links to different versions of Sercomm's Firmware Updater Utility on nslu2-linux...

I tried two of them and this one worked on Windows XP SP2?: http://www.sercomm.com/web/download.nsf/cd9678c311095856482566a5000aac9e/7f17bf7344cfc12f482566aa00389845/$FILE/Upgrade_207_XP.exe

The other ugtool.zip (or something like it) crashes immediately on starting.

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