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  1. Log on to the BMC using the following credentials:
    Username: root
    Password: superuser

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    1BMC Login Screen

    The BMC main screen is displayed.

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    1BMC Main Screen

  2. Click Firmware Update. The Firmware Update screen is displayed.

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    1Firmware Update Screen

  3. Click Browse, and from the Open dialog browse to and select firmware-7X00-V<release>.img firmware image. To determine the exact firmware version, see SBC Release Information for guidance.

    The chosen file displays next to the Browse button.

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    1Browsing Firmware Image

  4. Click Upload.

    Note

    The firmware image is a 26MB file and takes few minutes to upload based on the network.

  5. Once upload is completed, the Firmware Update screen displays the firmware images and its details.

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    1Uploading Firmware Image

    Note

     The above screen displays the list of entities, which are updated. If both the Old Version and New Version are same, then the update status displays as "No".

  6. Click Confirm to continue. The upgrade progress bar displays on the screen.

    Note

    This is a service affecting procedure and will power off the host side of SBC.

  7. After the firmware upgrade is completed, the following screen displays. The BMC automatically restarts.

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    1Completing Firmware Upgrade

    Note

    Once the upgrade completes, BMC and host reboots automatically. Verify that the SBC starts and sync with its peer server before proceeding further.

  8. Close the BMC GUI.

  9. Clear the browser cache and log on to the BMC GUI again.

  10. Verify the upgraded version in the BMC main screen and ensure the BIOS and BMC versions match the versions listed in the release notes.
Note

For HA configuration, refer to Upgrade Flows for guidance.