EVA Controller firmware version : How to confirm? (813 Views)
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maxwell_smart
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EVA Controller firmware version : How to confirm?

Hello,

I have a command View v6.0.2 console and can not find how to get the firmware version of the EVA6100 controller that it is managing. All I can get is the software version (CR0ECAxc3p-6110). It should say something like XCS, right?
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Steven Clementi
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You are running XCS 6.110 it seems. It won;t read "XCS6110" though that is the official title of the firmware.


Steven

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Uwe Zessin
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"CR0ECAxc3p":

This is engineering 'techno babble'. It says where the firmware image was build (Colorado Springs), it's a Release version, the build number (0ECA) and, if I recall correctly, 'xc3p' shows what controllers the firmware is for.
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Steven Clementi
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You can also get the XCS version from the OCP on the front of the controller if you have access to them.

I do not know the key strokes off the top of my head, but...navigate to controller information and scroll throug the optins there. One of them is firmware info.


Steven
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maxwell_smart
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Thanks to everyone!
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