uOS 1.20

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  • StefanZ
    StefanZ Posts: 192  Master Member
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    edited April 22
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    Same here – I only see one config, even though I configured to show the standby one.
    Maybe it requires a reboot?

    But I can see the update, so I am gonna give that a try later.

  • PeterUK
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    you to click the following

  • bymusty
    bymusty Posts: 20  Freshman Member
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    Thanks. I really couldn't even guess. When you click on firmware status as shown in the image, standby becomes visible.☺️

  • ticsystems
    ticsystems Posts: 62  ZCNE Certified
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    @PeterUK

    How can I change running to standby Firmware?

  • PeterUK
    PeterUK Posts: 3,003 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    How can I change running to standby Firmware?
    
    cmd firmware boot-number 1
    

    or

    cmd firmware boot-number 2
    

  • ticsystems
    ticsystems Posts: 62  ZCNE Certified
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    Thank's @PeterUK

    I have changed boot to 1.10 (ABW.1) official and updated to 1.20

  • ticsystems
    ticsystems Posts: 62  ZCNE Certified
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    You have to downgrade to 1.10(ABW.1) and then update 1.20 appears.

    How to downgrade.

    Connect via SSH

    step 1. Show Running and Stanby Firmware

    edit running
    gui system standby-firmware-display true
    commit
    copy running startup
    

    Step 2

    you to click the following

    Step 3

    Change Running to Stanby firmware.

    cmd firmware boot-number 1
    

    or

    cmd firmware boot-number 2
    

    Step 4

    Go to Firmware/File Manager and update.

  • eddyshere
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    LOL😂, silly me I thought hitting check now for firmware update is the way to …..check now for new firmware availability…I'M JUST KIDDING….

    The best of it all wanting to go the "CLI way" (THANKS @ticsystems ). I just pressed check now for fun and…………..the new firmware message showed up for the running partition.

    Anyway installed 1.20 running…let's see

  • Zyxel_James
    Zyxel_James Posts: 663  Zyxel Employee
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    @ticsystems Have you ever submitted a ticket and our support pushed the WK firmware for you? if so, please provide the ticket number or device MAC, and I will check further for you, thanks.

  • QuiteSmart
    QuiteSmart Posts: 44  Freshman Member
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    Hello,

    this is a little offtopic:

    can anyone of Zyxel update this support page to version 1.20? (it is the table of features comparision between uOS and classic firmware)

    https://support.zyxel.eu/hc/it/articles/14774976400530-USG-FLEX-serie-H-Firewall-Tabella-delle-caratteristiche-del-sistema-operativo-a-confronto-ZLD-V-S-uOS

    thank you!