I see this question asked multiple times. I have an AP230, fresh out of the box but with an old fimware on it. Everytime to try to upload a firmware through the Web interface or via TFTP, I get the following errors:
AH-136480#save image tftp://10.1.211.54:AP230-6.5r12.img.S
Do you really want to update image?(Y/N)y
mode set to octet
Connected to 10.1.211.54 (10.1.211.54), port 69
getting from 10.1.211.54:AP230-6.5r12.img.S [octet]
Received bytes: 27930 KB
Received 28600792 bytes in 177.6 seconds [1288230 bit/s]
System successfully tftp 10.1.211.54 server. rc=0(0)
Image platform type error!
The format of image is incorrect!
ERROR: Save image failed!
I’ve tried 6.5r12, 6.5r3… and nothing seems to be accepted. The Extreme Cloud interface says I should upgrade to at least 6.1r6, but I can’t find that anywhere on the download site.
Version: HiveOS 6.1r5 release build1696
Build time: Thu Mar 27 02:45:26 UTC 2014
Build cookie: 20140326-2453
Bootloader ver: v0.0.2.21
TPM ver: v220.127.116.11
How can I move forward with this. I literally just had to do the same thing with another AP about a week ago. That one I had been able to TFTP 6.5r3 up to it, and then stagger through the rest of the updates successfully. I have already tried hard-resetting this additional device at least once.
Help would be appreciated, thank you!
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