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Topic # 150551 26-Jul-2014 14:23
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Recently i noticed the firmware on my NF4V had been upgraded without my knowledge.
Though at the time i had a fault logged with Orcon due to frequent fibre disconnection issues.
Is this something that happens automatically or did the support staff do this?
I wasn't aware that Orcon had this capability, is it common practice for ISP's to push out firmware updates?

Anyway i also noticed the IPSEC feature had been removed, i was using that feature, what a shame now its gone....

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  Reply # 1096289 26-Jul-2014 19:27
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When you do a factory reset, it will check our systems to see if you are running the latest approved firmware, if not it will upgrade it.

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  Reply # 1096300 26-Jul-2014 20:14
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Yes it's common for ISPs to manage firmware updates. Most big ISPs use TR069 for device management these days.

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