SWP2 Firmware V2.03.06 (Previous version)
How to update the firmware
For details, please refer to the "Yamaha LAN Monitor User Guide" and the help of Web GUI.
- Connect the SWP2 and the computer with LAN cables.
Please connect with the port set as VLAN 1 of SWP2.
- Start the Yamaha LAN Monitor.
- Select the SWP2 for update at tree view.
- Click the [Web GUI] button on the device detail view.
With the factory settings, a user name is “administrator” and a password is (blank).
- Select [Management]→[Maintenance]→[Update firmware], then click [Next] button on "Update firmware from PC."
- Click the [Select a file] button, then select the firmware file of extension .bin downloaded and decompressed.
- Click the [OK] button.
- Click the [Execute] button.
Wait until completing the update. SWP2 automatically restarts and becomes ready to use.
Main Revisions and Enhancements
- Addressed the following vulnerability issues:
- Addressed the following SSL v3 vulnerability issues:
- Now supports multiple VLAN function.
- Now supports MLD Snooping function.
- Added a command to control whether EAP frames can be forwarded or not.
- The following pages have been added to the WebGUI detailed settings.
“Creating an access list”
“Apply access list”
- When a switch works as the querier while the IGMP snooping function and spanning tree are enabled, if a route change occurs due to cable disconnection, etc., a query will be sent immediately regardless of the query interval setting. This will resume the Dante multicast flow transmission shortly.
- The contents displayed by the “show interface brief” command have been optimized.
- The following changes were made in port authentication.
- Supports dynamic VLAN in multi-supplicant mode.
- Supports logical interface (Static and LACP).
- Supports trunk port.
- Added the status of the custom file for Web authentication to the execution result of the “show auth status” command.
- Policy map can be applied to link aggregation logical interface by QoS.
- The following settings of QoS can be changed with link aggregation logical interfaces.
- Trust mode.
- Default CoS value.
- Port priority
- Access list can be applied to received frames of link aggregation logical interfaces by the ACL function.
- The interface specification option of the “clear ip igmp snooping group” command has been removed.
- The following changes were made in the WebGUI detailed settings.
- Enabled to configure link aggregation logical interfaces in “QoS.”
- When assigning LAN / SFP ports to the link aggregation logical interface in "Link aggregation," the QoS settings of each port are automatically unified.
- VLAN PRESET NORMAL disabled port 11 and 12 link aggregation and enabled spanning tree instead.
- The frame buffer size allocated per port has been increased to make it difficult for packets to be dropped when burst traffic occurs.
- Fixed a problem in which if you continue to access the WebGUI via HTTPS, you would not be able to log in to the WebGUI.
- Fixed a problem in which an unnecessary error log is output under the following conditions:
- When disabling spanning tree on a port basis
- When the VLAN interface to which the logical interface belongs is linked up or down
- When creating or deleting a logical interface
- When the multicast receiver end reception with the IGMP Snooping function
- Fixed a problem when IGMP Snooping related commands are configured in the IGMP Snooping function, an error may occur when executing the “ip igmp snooping disable” command.
- Fixed a problem when IGMP Snooping is disabled in the IGMP Snooping function, IGMP packets are not forwarded.
- Fixed a problem in which in the IGMP Snooping function, when there are multiple receiving terminals for one multicast, the multicast is not flooded even if all terminals have finished receiving.
- Fixed a problem where packets were not correctly prioritized by QoS.
- Fixed a problem in which the Trust Mode setting of the interface to which the policy map is applied may not be applied when it is restarted.
- Fixed a problem in which IGMP frames loop even if loop detection is enabled.
- Fixed a problem in which an authentication screen might not be displayed by Web authentication.
- Fixed a problem that caused packet drops in communication between ports with different communication speeds.
- Fixed the following problems in the WebGUI dashboard:
- "Port blocked" was displayed when shutting down a port with loop detection.
- Fixed the following problems in the WebGUI detailed settings:
- In the tag VLAN screen, the combo port on the SFP side that was the uplink cannot be set as a trunk port.
- The error message was not displayed when selecting combo port with uplink in tag VLAN screen.
- Fixed a problem in which when the VTY port in use was invalidated, the corresponding console terminal would not terminate.
- Fixed a problem in which some Dante devices were not displayed in Yamaha LAN Monitor.
- Fixed some other minor problems.
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