Upgrading firmware GUI errors
thinair last edited by
I've noticed with the last few versions I've had to try to upload the firmware more then once.
I'll click browse, find the file, and as soon as I click to upload the firmware I instantly get a 'page cannot be displayed' error. Sometimes I have to try 2-3 times. I'm using IE, which is probably what you're going to blame :P
Sorry, can't duplicate the problem here.
thinair last edited by
It's weird, because it's not just on one computer. It's all my computers (running XP Pro), including a computer with a fresh install. I haven't tried upgrading the firmware from a linux machine yet. Next time there is an update I'll give it a try.
kikawala last edited by
I have been getting this error on IE also…. if i hit back and resubmit, it seems to work. I tried with Firefox and and I get the following sometimes:
Thats old stuff from the upload progress bar. I've just removed the old code.
Kiloman last edited by
I've been getting the same behavior. If I log in via SSH before hitting 'Upgrade Firmware', the session locks up for several seconds. The terminal becomes responsive around the same time the browser comes back with a 'timed out' error.
Interestingly enough, if I check /var/log/system.log, I see the following message with a timestamp choresponding to every upgrade attempt:
Jan 15 01:38:12 stubbs kernel: vr0: watchdog timeout
The system is a Via EPIA-5000 board, using the onboard NIC as the LAN interface and an Atheros MiniPCI A/B/G card as the WAN.
EmanuelG last edited by
Well, I dont kow how your configuration is, but in my case I use the webgui with https and a different port than 443. So I've noticed that every time I try to install a firmware update using the url: https://pfbox:4430 it brings me an error of "page not found".
But if I change the configuration to http on port 80, it works fine, so maybe it's a problem with the links on the script.
In fact I've been getting this kind of error since B1, I'm actually using B2-BV5, and I did forgot to mention this on the forums :-[ .
I hope this may help you, while the code it's fixed…
Ken last edited by
I am having the same problem going from 1.0 Release to 1.0.1. I have changed the http port back to 80 and the "The page cannot be displayed" error goes away but when I hit Upgrade it just sits there and the IE status bar slowly starts going from left to right but the upgrade never starts.