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Com-Server 10BaseT, 5V

Model 58511


Current firmware
Date Changes and comments Revision
January 8, 2015
  • FTP server mode: Irregular connection closing by client allowed for
  • SNMP was deactivated after update to 1.71
The newest included version of WuTility must be used for sending this firmware!
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.
1.72
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Older firmware
Date Changes and comments Revision
July 10, 2014
  • Box-to-Box: Dispatch Char in slave activated
  • SLIP mode optimized
  • DHCP: Optimized for high data load
The newest included version of WuTility must be used for sending this firmware!
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.
1.71
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January 24, 2011
  • Optimizing of firmware upload in noisy environments
The newest included version of WuTility must be used for sending this firmware! The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.
1.67
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December 22, 2010
  • Support for fragmented UDP/IP packets
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.
1.66
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January 11, 2010
  • Keep-alive response in Box-to-Box mode modified
  • Minimum length of Ethernet frames adjusted
  • Reset behavior in DHCP mode revised
The current configuration of the Com-Server is no longer affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.
1.64
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May 4, 2009
  • NEW: Serial input buffer configurable
  • Software handshake optimized
  • Optimized DHCP response after link interruption
  • SNMP correction incl. new MIB 1.23
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.

1.62
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December 13, 2007
  • Cyclical generation of GARP packets
  • Optimized saving of configuration files
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.

1.58
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November 28, 2006
  • Display in telnet menu corrected
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.

1.53
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November 8, 2006
  • NEW: DHCP protocol
  • NEW: DNS protocol
  • Configurable TCP port for the control port
  • RARP protocol revised
The current configuration of the Com-Server is not affected by a firmware upgrade. Any subsequent reset of the Com-Server to the factory default setting does however activate the DHCP client. For details on DHCP operation and deactivating it where appropriate, refer to the current manual.

1.52
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May 29, 2006
  • Expansion of the Serial Socket Protocol
  • Optimized configuration uploading
  • LED indication of the connection status corrected
1.50
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February 15, 2006
  • Compatible successor model to Com-Server 58211
1.49
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