The software version of the UniFi Controller that is running on the UDM (UniFi Dream Machine) or UCK (UniFi Cloud Key) models can be upgraded or downgraded using SSH. This feature is especially useful if you want to manually change the software a specific Stable or Beta version.
First download latest firmware from Ubiquiti download page, then execute the following command on UniFi Cloud Key via SSH: ubnt-systool fwupdate
Select the Config tab > Manage Device > Custom Upgrade. In this section, you can enter a link that points to the new firmware version. Firmware .bin (or .tar for USGs) links can be found on our official Downloads page under the Firmware section, or within the Releases section in our Community.
The solution is to ssh into the cloud key and update the installed version of ubnt-tools. Once this has been completed, the firmware update installs as expected. Connect to the UniFi Cloud Key via SSH. Type in: dpkg -l |grep ubnt-tools. If ubnt-tools is anything other than 0.9.7-1, then you need to update it. You can update it by typing:
So, if you upgraded to 4.9, then decided you wanted to change back to 4.8 you would lose some stats. Steps. 1. First you need to get the download link for the firmware. This can be found by going to our main downloads page, HERE and clicking on the Linux download, and then clicking the Download button. You could also grab the link from the release post in the appropriate blog section of the ...
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There are several ways to upgrade the device firmware locally, but the easiest way is to use the "upgrade http://" SSH command. First, you'll need to find the latest firmware available for your specific device model on Ubiquiti's downloads page. To find your device model, you can look on the back of the device or issue the "info" command in SSH.
But the firmware did not upgrade in the last step. How can I upgrade the firmware ? I am using WD clout Gen2. I am able to boot from USB and telnet to it. (SSH does not work yet). Unable to find /usr/local/sbin folder and also the scripts that you mentioned.
If upgrading via the usual methods fails, you can upgrade your Dream Machine via SSH or the Recovery user interface. Upgrade firmware with SSH: Download the most recent stable firmware for your UDM or UDM-Pro . Follow the steps in this guide to update your firmware. Upgrade firmware with Recovery UI: Download the most recent stable firmware for ...
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