Camera Firmware Question
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I am trying to figure out which (if any) of my cameras need a firmware update.  I had a few questions:

  1. I thought I remember reading that cameras only update firmware when connected to Ethernet or will they get a firmware update over wifi.
  2. If I find a camera that does need a firmware update do I just power it down, hook it up via Ethernet and then power it up and it will automatically get a firmware update or do I have to unpair it and repair it?
  3. For Gen1 outdoor camera's is 1.0.06 the most recent firmware?
  4. For Gen2 outdoor cameras is 1.0.07 the most recent firmware?
  5. For Gen2 indoor cameras is 1.0.08 the most recent firmware?

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I am trying to figure out which (if any) of my cameras need a firmware update.  I had a few questions:

  1. I thought I remember reading that cameras only update firmware when connected to Ethernet or will they get a firmware update over wifi.
  2. If I find a camera that does need a firmware update do I just power it down, hook it up via Ethernet and then power it up and it will automatically get a firmware update or do I have to unpair it and repair it?
  3. For Gen1 outdoor camera's is 1.0.06 the most recent firmware?
  4. For Gen2 outdoor cameras is 1.0.07 the most recent firmware?
  5. For Gen2 indoor cameras is 1.0.08 the most recent firmware?
That is the correct firmware but it’s a gen1 indoor camera if that matters. I checked them against mine.

 

Gen 1 indoor

Gen 1 outdoor

Gen 2 indoor/outdoor

 

 

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Sorry to bring up an old topic but prior to the shutdown I am trying to make sure I have the latest Firmware on all my devices.

Is there a way with https://proxy.iriswebportal.com to confirm you have the most recent firmware on your devices?  I see that it lists the firmware and driver version and you can update a driver by double clicking on the driver version but I can't seem to find a way to confirm firmware is up to date.

I also wanted to confirm that cameras get firmware updates over wifi and don't need to be hooked up to Ethernet or un-paired / re-paired to get the most recent firmware.

 

Thanks!

 

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I would like to ensure my devices are up to date too if possible.

When I look at my two Iris cameras one says unavailable for the firmware and the other is 1.0.0.7

Both are using driver version 2.3. I didn't find anywhere that I could force an update to the firmware.

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