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Here is the procedure to upgrade media modules in a G450 via USB memory stick (Avaya documentation a little vague).

1. Download the files you need from Avaya support and transfer these to a memory stick. I copied them straight to the memory stick and didn't put them in a folder (simplifies process). 2. Insert the memory stick into the G450 USB 1 slot, which is physical USBdevice0. 3. From the CLI prompt enter dir usbdevice0, which provides a listing of files on the memory stick. 4. From the CLI prompt enter copy usb module usbdevice0 mm711h30v94.fdl 5, where mm711h30v94 is the appropriate file for the media module your are upgrading and 5 is the slot number it resides in. Enter Y when it asks for confirmation. 5. From the CLI prompt enter show download software status X (X will be provided once you confirm Y in step 4). Once you see Running state: Idle the download process has completed. 6. From the CLI prompt enter show mm X (where X is the media module slot). The media module should reflect the new firmware. Note: I have 711, 712 and 710B. The 711 and 712 modules reflected the new firmware immediately while the 710B modules downloaded to flash and then reset. You'll just have to see how other memory modules react to the process.

Media Module Upgrade CLI Commands for upgrading G450 firmware via a USB device You can use CLI commands to upload an upgrade file from a USB mass storage device to the G450. You must use the specific path to the file on the USB mass storage device. Use the copy usb EW_archive command to upgrade the Java applet for Avaya G450 Manager software from a USB mass storage device Use the copy usb module command, followed by the slot number of the module you want to upgrade, to upgrade the firmware on a media module from a USB mass storage device Use the copy usb SW_imageA command to upgrade the G450 firmware into Bank A from a USB mass storage device Use the copy usb SW_imageB command to upgrade the G450 firmware into Bank B from a USB mass storage device Example upgrade using the CLI via a USB device To upgrade the firmware of an MM712 media module in slot 3 from a USB mass storage device where the upgrade file is located in the directory \temp\, use the following command: copy usb module usb-device0 \temp\mm712v51.fdl 3

Avaya G450 Media Gateway Startup Configuration Backup

Note The Avaya G450 Media Gateway configuration can also be backed up to FTP, TFTP, and SCP servers, however only configuration backup/restore operations to a USB flash drive are covered in these Application Notes.

4.1 Startup Configuration Backup


From the Avaya G450 Media Gateway Command Line Interface (CLI), enter the following commands. 1. Enter the command copy running-config startup-config to insure that any changes to the active configuration are saved. 2. Insert a USB flash drive into a USB slot on the Avaya G450 Media Gateway. A message similar to the following will be displayed depending on the USB device used:
usb device TD CLASSIC 003B (devID 514), compliant to USB standard 2.0, full-speed, bus-powered, connected on product id N/A

Figure 2 USB Drive Detection Message 3. Enter the command show usb all to identify the USB device. The following will be displayed depending on the USB device used. In this example the USB device is usbdevice0.
G450-001(super)# show usb all USB Description Manufacturer USB Power Max Speed Dev Id Ver Mode Power(mA) ------ -------------------- ------------------------- --- ----- --------- ----1 Root Hub (OHCI) N/A 1.1 Self 0 Full 257 Root Hub (OHCI) N/A 1.1 Self 0 Full 513 Root Hub (EHCI) N/A 2.0 Self 0 High 514 TD CLASSIC 003B Memorex 2.0 Bus 200 Full USB Vendor Product Device Serial Number FileSystem Storage Free FS Dev Id ID ID Ver (MB) (MB) ------ ------ ------- ------ ---------------- ----------- ------- ------- ----1 0x0 0x0 0.0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 257 0x0 0x0 0.0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 513 0x0 0x0 0.0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 514 0x12f7 0x1900 1.0 075410921891 /usbdevice0 983 616 FAT16

Figure 3 USB Device Information 4. Enter the command copy startup-config usb G450_startup_backup usbdevice0 where G450_startup_backup is the name of the backup file being created.
JF; Reviewed: SPOC 5/1/2008 Solution & Interoperability Test Lab Application Notes 2008 Avaya Inc. All Rights Reserved. 7 of 18 G450_USB.doc

5. Enter the command show upload status. A successful completion will have the following displayed.
G450-001(super)# show upload status Module #10 =========== Module : 10

Source file : startup-config Destination file : /usbdevice0/G450_startup_backup Host : 0.0.0.0 Running state : Idle Failure display : (null) Last warning : No-warning G450-001(super)#

Figure 4 File Upload Status 6. Enter the command safe remove usb usbdevice0 before removing the USB flash drive from the Avaya G450 Media Gateway.

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