OneWireless
Migration User's Guide
OWDOC-X258-en-240A
November 2015
Release 240
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Contents
1. About this guide........................................................................................................................................5
2. Before you begin.......................................................................................................................................7
2.1 Supported migration paths ....................................................................................................................................8
2.2 Understanding differences from prior releases .................................................................................................... 10
3. R120.1 to R240.1 migration ....................................................................................................................11
Migrating from R120.1 to R240.1checklist ......................................................................................................... 12
Considerations for migration ............................................................................................................................... 14
Exporting security key database from R120 server ............................................................................................. 15
Installing and configuring the WDM .................................................................................................................. 16
Configuring network properties on the computer................................................................................................ 17
3.5.1 Configuring Cisco switch port setting ................................................................................................ 17
Logging on to OneWireless user interface .......................................................................................................... 19
Performing migration using the First Time Configuration Wizard ..................................................................... 20
Installing the WDM license................................................................................................................................. 24
Loading the Device Description file ................................................................................................................... 27
Downloading the upgrade files from the WDM ............................................................................................... 28
3.10.1 Contents of mn_120_200.zip file ....................................................................................................... 29
Verifying the OneWireless patch version .......................................................................................................... 32
Installing the OneWireless R120 patch ............................................................................................................. 33
Upgrade firmware to R120 latest ...................................................................................................................... 34
3.13.1 Upgrading Multinode firmware to the latest R120 firmware ............................................................. 34
3.13.2 Upgrading XYR 6000 and SmartRadar FlexLine firmware to the latest R120 firmware ................... 34
Decommissioning R120 field devices .............................................................................................................. 35
Upgrade the R120 sensor and radio firmware to R240 ..................................................................................... 36
3.15.1 Upgrading XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R240 firmware ............................................. 36
3.15.2 Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device radio firmware to R240 radio firmware ................................ 36
Upgrading the SmartRadar FlexLine radio firmware to R240 radio firmware ................................................. 37
Upgrading CAN-1WL FlexConn board of SmartRadar FlexLine .................................................................... 38
Upgrading Wireless System Gateway (WSG) and Multinode to R240 firmware ............................................. 39
3.18.1 Upgrading the Multinode sensor radio firmware ................................................................................ 39
3.18.2 Upgrade Multinode mesh firmware .................................................................................................... 39
Verifying if the migrated devices have joined the OneWireless R240 network ............................................... 43
Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device to latest OneWireless R240 sensor firmware ...................................... 44
Configuring external interfaces......................................................................................................................... 45
Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS interfaces ........................................................................................... 46
Configuring redundant WDM ........................................................................................................................... 47
Downgrading Multinode mesh firmware .......................................................................................................... 48
4. R202.1 to R240.1 migration ....................................................................................................................50
5. R210.1 to R240.1 migration ....................................................................................................................52
Migrating from R210 to R240 checklist .............................................................................................................. 53
Verifying the WDM firmware revision ............................................................................................................... 54
Configuring Cisco switch port setting ................................................................................................................. 55
Upgrading the WDM firmware ........................................................................................................................... 56
Upgrading the field device firmware ................................................................................................................... 58
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware ....................................................................................................... 60
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware ..................................................................................................................... 61
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6. R220.1 to R240.1 migration ....................................................................................................................62
Migrating from R220 to R240 checklist .............................................................................................................. 63
Verifying the WDM firmware revision ............................................................................................................... 64
Configuring Cisco switch port setting ................................................................................................................. 65
Upgrading the WDM firmware ........................................................................................................................... 66
Upgrading the field device firmware ................................................................................................................... 68
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware ....................................................................................................... 70
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware ..................................................................................................................... 71
7. R230.1 to R240.1 migration ....................................................................................................................72
Migrating from R230 to R240 checklist .............................................................................................................. 73
Verifying the WDM firmware revision ............................................................................................................... 74
Configuring Cisco switch port setting ................................................................................................................. 75
Upgrading the WDM firmware ........................................................................................................................... 76
Upgrading the field device firmware ................................................................................................................... 78
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware ....................................................................................................... 80
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware ..................................................................................................................... 81
8. Migration of OneWireless Network integrated with Experion system ................................................82
Supported migration paths .................................................................................................................................. 83
Planning for migration ........................................................................................................................................ 84
Post Migration tasks ............................................................................................................................................ 85
8.3.1. Configuring OneWireless Components using Control Builder .......................................................... 85
8.3.2. Importing control strategies with connections to wireless field devices ............................................. 86
8.3.3. Loading imported strategies with connections to wireless data .......................................................... 88
9. Notices .....................................................................................................................................................89
Documentation feedback ..................................................................................................................................... 90
How to report a security vulnerability ................................................................................................................. 91
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1. About this guide
This guide assists you in understanding, planning, and performing the migration of standalone OneWireless
Network, as well as OneWireless Network integrated with Experion system.
From OneWireless Release 240 onwards, there is no separate OneWireless Experion Migration guide.
Intended audience
This guide is intended for people who are responsible for planning and performing the migration of
OneWireless Network.
How to use this guide
This guide provides guidance on:
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Supported migration paths
Planning considerations for performing a migration
Performing the pre-migration tasks
Migrating to the latest OneWireless release
Configuring the OneWireless components after migration
Required Honeywell documentation
The following documents and sources contain additional information required for migrating and deploying
OneWireless Network. It is recommended to have these documents readily available for reference.
Document
Document ID
Description
OneWireless Release Notes
OWDOC-X252-en-240A
This document provides information
about the new functions and features in
OneWireless.
OneWireless Network Planning and
Installation Guide
OWDOC-X253 -en-240A
This document provides information
about planning, designing, and setting
up OneWireless Network using WDM,
FDAPs, and field devices.
OWDOC-X255 -en-240A
This document provides information
about planning, designing, setting up,
and configuring a OneWireless
Network using WDM, FDAPs, Cisco
1552S APs, and field devices.
OWDOC-X254 -en-240A
This document describes the
procedures to provision, configure,
operate, and monitor an ISA100
wireless field device network using
Wireless Device Manager (WDM).
OneWireless Field Device Access Point OWDOC-X256 -en-240A
(FDAP) User’s Guide
This document describes the
procedures to install, configure, and
operate Field Device Access Point
(FDAP).
OneWireless Wireless LAN Controller
Configuration Guide
OneWireless Wireless Device Manager
(WDM) User’s Guide
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Document
Document ID
Description
OneWireless Parameter Reference
Dictionary
OWDOC-X260 -en-240A
This document provides information
about the parameters associated with
the OneWireless devices.
Experion scenario specific
migration guides
Each document describes a single
supported migration scenario. These
documents are available in the
Experion PDF Collection CD.
Experion Migration Planning
Guide
EPDOC-XX70-en-410A
This document assists you in
understanding and planning the
migration of your Experion system.
Experion Control Building User’s
Guide
EPDOC-XX19-en-410A
This document provides information
about performing the tasks using the
Control Builder application.
You can download Honeywell documentation from http://www.honeywellprocess.com/ web site.
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2. Before you begin
Related topics
Supported migration paths on page 8
Understanding differences from prior releases on page 10
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2.1 Supported migration paths
The following figure illustrates the valid migration paths supported for OneWireless R240. It also identifies the
base release (minimum software release level) at which a node must be, to start the migration.
The qualified migration paths which are supported for OneWireless R240 are as follows. Ensure that you
perform the migration in the sequence specified in the table.
Table 1: Qualified migration paths
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Current Release
Migration path to be followed
OneWireless R100.1
OneWireless R100.1 > OneWireless R110.1 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 7 >
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 11 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 12 > OneWireless
R240.1
OneWireless R110.1
OneWireless R110.1 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 7 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch
11 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 12 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 4/Patch 5/
Patch 6
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 4/Patch 5/Patch 6 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 7 >
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 11 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 12 > OneWireless
R240.1
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 7/Patch 8/
Patch 9/Patch 10
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 7/Patch 8/Patch 9/Patch 10 > OneWireless R120.1
Patch 11 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 12 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R120.1 Patch 11/ Patch
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OneWireless R120.1 Patch 11 > OneWireless R120.1 Patch 12 > OneWireless
R240.1
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Current Release
Migration path to be followed
OneWireless R200.1
OneWireless R200.1 > OneWireless R201.1 > OneWireless R202.1 >
OneWireless R210.1 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R201.1 > OneWireless R202.1 > OneWireless R210.1 >
OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R201.1
OneWireless R202.1
OneWireless R202.1 > OneWireless R210.1 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R210.1
OneWireless R210.1 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R220.1
OneWireless R220.1 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R220.2
OneWireless R220.2 > OneWireless R240.1
OneWireless R230.1
OneWireless R230.1 > OneWireless R240.1
Qualified firmware upgrade paths
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WDM: The Wireless Device Manager can only be upgraded from OneWireless R210.1 to OneWireless
R240.1. The upgrade from R200/R201/R202 to R240 is not supported.
Access Points (FDAP, Cisco 1552S) and XYR6000 Field Devices: OneWireless R240.1 supports firmware
upgrade from any previous release, including OneWireless R200.1, R201.1, R202.1, and R210.1. For
example, you can directly upgrade an FDAP running R202.1 firmware to R240.1 firmware (without
installing R220.1 intermediate firmware).
OneWireless 240.1 Field Product sensor firmware compatibity
Sensor Type
Sensor Build Version Released to Market
Temp
277
HLAI
277
UIOD
277
UID
277
Pressure
277
Corrosion
252
OWA
277
Before upgrading to OneWireless R240.1, make sure that you obtain a valid WDM license key. You can obtain
the license key as a part of OneWireless ordering process. Also, it is not possible to downgrade the WDM
firmware.
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2.2 Understanding differences from prior releases
Migration from OneWireless R120 or releases earlier than R120 to the R240 release requires a hardware change
as well as a software upgrade. The following table lists the major differences from OneWireless R120 or earlier
releases and the tasks involved to complement these differences.
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Differences from OneWireless R120 (or earlier) releases
Tasks to be performed
The current OneWireless Network is compliant with the
ISA100 Wireless standard and offers interoperability with
Honeywell XYR 6000, Honeywell Enraf SmartRadar
FlexLine systems, and other third-party field devices. The
proprietary wireless protocol used with has been removed
from the system and is no longer supported.
Upgrade the firmware of the existing devices to the ISA100
Wireless compatible firmware.
In the current release of OneWireless Network, you can
enable a Multinode to function as an Field Device Access
Point (FDAP), which is an access point that communicates
using ISA100 Wireless protocol. To achieve this
functionality, the firmware image loaded to the Multinode
must be of FDAP.
Upgrade the Multinode field device radio with the latest
FDAP software image.
The current OneWireless Network infrastructure includes
the Wireless Device Manager (WDM), the central
management unit of the OneWireless Network. The WDM
is responsible for network security, network resource
allocation, data caching, and external interface functionality
(including CDA protocol).
Install and configure a WDM.
The authentication device software that runs on the
handheld Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) is replaced with
the Provisioning Device Application.
Install the R240 Provisioning Device Application on the
provisioning device handheld.
Ability to configure a Multinode as Wireless System
Gateway (WSG) is no longer supported.
Repurpose Multinode that is used as WSG, to function as a
regular Multinode.
New Multinode mesh software enables proper
communication with FDAP.
Upgrade Multinode mesh software with the latest release
version.
In the current release, Enraf SmartRadar FlexLine gauge
provides support for 17 transducer blocks (upto 8
separate blocks can be used at the same time). In
addition, protocol tunneling support is also not available
with this release.
Upgrade the Enraf SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio
firmware and the CAN-1WL FlexConn board firmware.
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Related topics
Migrating from R120.1 to R240.1checklist on page 12
Considerations for migration on page 14
Exporting security key database from R120 server on page 15
Installing and configuring the WDM on page 16
Configuring network properties on the computer on page 17
Logging on to OneWireless user interface on page 19
Performing migration using the First Time Configuration Wizard on page 20
Installing the WDM license on page 24
Loading the Device Description file on page 27
Downloading the upgrade files from the WDM on page 28
Verifying the OneWireless patch version on page 32
Installing the OneWireless R120 patch on page 33
Upgrade firmware to R120 latest on page 34
Decommissioning R120 field devices on page 35
Upgrade the R120 sensor and radio firmware to R240 on page 36
Upgrading the SmartRadar FlexLine radio firmware to R240 radio firmware on page 37
Upgrading CAN-1WL FlexConn board of SmartRadar FlexLine on page 38
Upgrading Wireless System Gateway (WSG) and Multinode to R240 firmware on page 39
Verifying if the migrated devices have joined the OneWireless R240 network on page 43
Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device to latest OneWireless R240 sensor firmware on page 44
Configuring external interfaces on page 45
Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS interfaces on page 46
Configuring redundant WDM on page 47
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Migrating from R120.1 to R240.1checklist
This topic provides a checklist that describes the significant tasks to be performed for migrating from
OneWireless R120 to the target release. The checklist also serves as a ready reference to review the progress of
migration as you move from one phase of your migration to another. The sections following the checklist
provide the details about each task in detail.
Ensure that the OneWireless Server is installed with OneWireless R120.1 (base release). This document
describes only the tasks that you need to perform for migrating from OneWireless R120.1 to R240.1. If your
system is installed with any of the releases prior to R120.1, you must migrate to R120.1 and then use this
document to migrate to R240.1. To migrate from any releases earlier than R120.1, refer to the migration
documentation specific to that release.
Attention
Ensure that you perform the migration tasks in the sequence in which the tasks are listed in the checklist. If you do not
perform the tasks in the same sequence, then it may lead to undesired result or damage the device.
Task
Go to
Step 1
Review and address the migration
considerations.
Considerations for migration on page
14
Step 2
Export the security key database.
Exporting security key database from
R120 server on page 15
Step 3
Install and configure the WDM.
Installing and configuring the WDM
on page 16
Step 4
Install the WDM License
Installing the WDM license on page 24
Step 5
Configure network properties on the computer
that will be used for accessing the
OneWireless user interface.
Configuring network properties on the
computer on page 17
Step 6
Log on to the OneWireless user interface.
Logging on to OneWireless user
interface on page 19
Step 7
Perform migration using the First Time
Configuration Wizard.
Step 8
Reload the DD files for the field devices.
Performing migration using the First
Time Configuration Wizard on page
20
Loading the Device Description file on
page 27
Step 9
Download and save the upgrade files from the
WDM.
Downloading the upgrade files from
the WDM on page 28
Step 10
Verify the patch version installed on the
OneWireless server.
Verifying the OneWireless patch
version on page 32
Step 11
Install the latest available OneWireless R120
patch.
Installing the OneWireless R120 patch
on page 33
Step 12
Upgrade the following firmware to R120
latest.
Multinode firmware
Upgrade firmware to R120 latest on
page 34
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware and
the radio firmware
SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio firmware
and CAN-1WL FlexConn board firmware
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Task
Go to
Step 13
Decommission the R120 field devices.
Decommissioning R120 field devices
on page 35
Step 14
Upgrade the following R120 sensor or radio
firmware to R240 firmware.
Upgrade the R120 sensor and radio
firmware to R240 on page 36
Done?
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to
R150 transition firmware.
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to
R200 base firmware.
XYR 6000 field device radio firmware to
R240 radio firmware.
Step 15
Upgrade the SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio
firmware to R240 radio firmware.
Upgrading the SmartRadar FlexLine
radio firmware to R240 radio firmware
on page 37
Step 16
Upgrade the CAN-1WL FlexConn board of
SmartRadar FlexLine gauge.
Upgrading CAN-1WL FlexConn board
of SmartRadar FlexLine on page 38
Step 17
Upgrade Wireless System Gateway (WSG)
and Multinodes to the R240 firmware.
Step 18
Verify if the migrated devices have joined the
R240 network.
Upgrading Wireless System Gateway
(WSG) and Multinode to R240
firmware on page 39
Verifying if the migrated devices have
joined the OneWireless R240 network
on page 43
Step 19
Upgrade field device sensor firmware to the
latest R240 firmware.
Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device
to latest OneWireless R240 sensor
firmware on page 44
Step 20
Reconfigure the external interfaces.
Configuring external interfaces on
page 45
Step 21
Re-enable the OPC/HART interfaces.
Step 22
Upgrade the Provisioning Device Application on
the Provisioning Device handheld.
Re-configuring
OPC/HART/MODBUS interfaces on
page
46 “Configuring a Provisioning
See the
Device handheld” section in the WDM
User’s Guide.
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Considerations for migration
Review and address the following considerations before starting the migration.
OneWireless R120 network configured with Network ID 1
If your OneWireless R120 system is configured with Network ID 1, to migrate to R240 you must re-provision
all the devices in the network. The valid Network ID range in the OneWireless R240 is between 2 and 65535.
When migrating from OneWireless R120 with a Network ID 1, all the devices must be re-provisioned before the
migration. The following steps are optional and must be performed only when you face such scenario.
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If the device sensor firmware and the radio firmware are already migrated from R120 to R240, then perform
the following:
1. Configure the R240 system using the First time Configuration Wizard as a new system.
2. Reset the system to defaults.
3. Provision all the devices in the ISA100 Wireless network using over-the-air provisioning method. For
further information about over-the-air provisioning method, refer to the latest Wireless Device Manager
User's Guide.
If the device sensor firmware and the radio firmware are still loaded with R120 versions, initialize the Key
Server database using Database Manager (dbman), select a network ID between 2 and 65535, and then
provision all the devices in the network before starting the migration. For more information refer to the
R120 set of documents.
Publish period in OneWireless R120 devices
The configured publish period in R120 devices cannot be migrated to R240. In R240, the publish period is
determined by the WDM. When the migrated devices first join the network, the WDM initializes the publish
period as 60 seconds for XYR 6000 device and 10 seconds for SmartRadar FlexLine device . The publish period
can then be configured as required.
Attention
For Honeywell Enraf R120 SmartRadar FlexLine gauge, it is recommended to configure the publish period only as
ten seconds.
Replace batteries prior to upgrades
The batteries of the field devices should be replaced prior to any upgrades.
Cisco switch port configuration setting
In case you plan to set up a redundant WDM, ensure that switch port setting are configured for Cisco ports
where FDN and PCN ports of WDM are connected. For more information, refer to “Configuring Cisco switch
port setting” on page 17.
Attention
Ensure to disable Gateway redundancy. In addition, you must also disable Sync if Gateway redundancy is configured.
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Exporting security key database from R120 server
You must export the wireless security key database from the R120 Key Server Manager on the OneWireless
server. The WDM imports the file from any location on the server during WDM migration.
To export the security key database
1
Click Start > Run.
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Type KeyServerExportTool.exe, and then press Enter.
The Export Key Server Data dialog box is displayed.
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Connect the USB drive to the computer.
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On the Export Key Server Data dialog box, click Browse, and then select a location on the USB drive.
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Click Export.
A message appears indicating that the data is exported to the USB drive.
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Click OK to acknowledge the message and close the dialog box.
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After you export the security key database, open the USB drive and verify the contents of the USB drive.
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Installing and configuring the WDM
This section describes the high level tasks you must perform to install and configure the WDM.
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Mount the WDM on to a desired location.
For more information about mounting a WDM, refer to the section “Installing the WDM” in the WDM
User’s Guide.
Connect an Ethernet cable from the FDN port of the WDM to the OneWireless switch where the
OneWireless R120 server is connected.
The following figures illustrate the typical OneWireless network before and after migration.
Figure 1: OneWireless topology before migration
Figure 2: OneWireless topology after migration
Attention
Ensure that the WDM is protected from unauthorized physical access. Unauthorized physical access to WDM
or its port (USB/Ethernet/COM/VGA) may result in information disclosure or damage to the WDM.
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Configuring network properties on the computer
Before migrating, you must configure the network properties on your computer to use a different IP subnet. For
assessing WDM, the PC\Laptop should be in the same WDM subnet mask. Use a PC\Laptop IP address different
from WDM PCN IP(192.168.1.1) address.
Prerequisites
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A desktop or a laptop computer for accessing the OneWireless user interface.
Attention
The steps in the following procedure are specific to Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.
To configure network properties on the computer
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Click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click Network and sharing center (View
Network Status and tasks), and then click Change adapter settings.
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Right-click the network port connected to the WDM and click Properties.
3
On the General tab, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check box, and then click Properties.
Attention
Note down the current settings in Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties so that, if necessary, you can return to
their original values.
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Configure the IP address and the Subnet mask as 192.168.1.xx and 255.255.255.0 respectively.
Attention
Do not configure the computer with the default IP address of the WDM, 192.168.1.1.
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Click OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box.
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On the General tab, click Configure.
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Click the Advanced tab and then in the Property list, click Speed & Duplex.
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In the Value list, click Auto and then click OK.
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Click OK and close all the open dialog boxes.
CAUTION
You must turn on a single WDM at a time, at the default address because the second WDM removes itself
from the network if its duplicate address is detected. The removed WDM does not recover unless powercycled.
3.5.1 Configuring Cisco switch port setting
In case you plan to set up a redundant WDM, ensure the following:
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4.
CISCO switch port, where the WDM is connected, is configured to operate in access mode.
Spanning-tree portfast feature is enabled.
Speed is set to auto.
Port is in full duplex mode.
Replace the sample CISCO switch configuration for WDM port with the following sample port configuration.
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interface FastEthernet 0/1
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description WDM port
switchport access vlan 2
switchport mode access
spanning-tree portfast
speed auto
duplex full
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Logging on to OneWireless user interface
Prerequisites
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One of the following recommended Web browsers must be installed on the computer.
– Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
– Firefox 3.6 or higher
– Google Chrome 12.0 or higher
Honeywell recommends a browser resolution of 1280 X 1024. Any resolution is supported but it may be
necessary to navigate scrollbars or adjust zoom levels to view the entire interface.
Microsoft Silverlight 5 plug-in is required on the computer used for accessing the user interface. If the
computer has a prior version or it is not installed, then you are prompted to install or update the software
when you attempt to connect to the WDM. Honeywell is an authorized distributor of the Silverlight software
and a copy is maintained on the WDM for installs and upgrades; no internet or external connection is
required.
Attention
Silverlight is backwards compatible. You can still run prior applications based on earlier versions of Silverlight. To
save some initialization time during the first use on a new computer and if the computer has internet access, you
can pre-install the Silverlight 5 runtime environment at any time using the following link: http://
www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/Get-Started/Install/Default.aspx.
If you are using Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, click the Advanced tab, click to
clear the check mark from the Do not save encrypted pages to disk check box in the Security area, and then
click OK. (This is the default Internet Explorer setting.)
Perform the following steps to log on to the OneWireless user interface.
To log on to OneWireless user interface
1
Open the Web browser and type the URL for the WDM in the address bar.
If you are logging on to the user interface for the first time from the PCN side of the network, use the default
address, https://192.168.1.1 for logging on to the user interface. If you have connected to FDN side of the
network, you must use the ip address 192.168.0.1.
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If a security warning appears, confirm or allow the security exception.
3
In the User ID and Password fields, type the user name and password, and then click Login.
Attention
The default User ID and Password configured for the WDM are as follows:
User ID: administrator
Password: password
Note that the Password is case-sensitive.
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Performing migration using the First Time Configuration Wizard
Prerequisites
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Ensure that you have the required security key information that you have exported from the R120 Key
Server. For exporting the R120 Key Server, refer to the section “Exporting security key database from R120
server” on page 15.
To migrate from OneWireless R120
1
Log on to the OneWireless user interface using the default user name and password.
The First Time Configuration Wizard appears.
2
On the Welcome page of the First Time Configuration Wizard, click Next.
The Wireless Device Manager Configuration page appears.
3
Click Migrate From OneWireless R120 and click Next.
The Migrate from OneWireless R120 page appears.
4
20
Under Select File From Location, click Browse and navigate to the location where the XML file containing
the security key is saved as documented in the section “Exporting security key database from R120 server”
on page 15.
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Select the XML file and click Open, and then click Migrate.
The security keys are imported into the WDM’s Security Manager and a security configuration migrated
message appears.
6
Click Next.
The Wireless Device Manager Settings page appears.
7
Under Wireless Device Manager Identification, type the Tag Name and Description.
The Tag Name is the unique name that is used to identify the WDM. It can be up to 16 characters long and
must start with an alphabetic character. Do not use special characters in the Tag Name; underscore is the
only acceptable character. After completing the initial configuration, you cannot change the WDM name.
The Description can be up to 255 characters long.
8
If you are configuring redundancy, under Redundancy Configuration, configure the following:
Select Enable redundancy for this Wireless Device Manager check box.
b Click the Redundancy Role, as required.
c In the Partner IP Address box, type the PCN IP address of the partner WDM.
a
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Click Next.
The Location Settings page appears.
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10 Under Location, set the Country Code to United States (840).
The Country code is used to present any location-specific settings within the OneWireless Network. This
feature will be available in the future releases. For example, radio frequency options are location dependent
and vary depending on the country code setting. After completing the first time configuration, you cannot
modify the Country Code.
11 Under ISA100 Network ID, the Network ID appears by default. This information is imported from the
security file that you have exported from the R120 Key Server.
12 Click Next.
The Network Settings page appears.
13 Under Field Device Network (FDN), enter the following information to configure the network settings for
wireless field device network. The FDN connects the WDM with one or more FDAPs.
•
Field Device Network IP Address: Field Device Network IP address (198.168.0.1) is
imported from security file and is ready only.
Attention
–
The IP address must be unique on the network, even if a redundant WDM pair is being configured.
–
After completing the initial configuration, you cannot change the Field Device Network IP Address
specified in the First Time Configuration Wizard.
•
Subnet Mask
•
Assign Addresses to Field Device Access Points (Enable DHCP Server): Select this check box to
enable the WDM to act as the DHCP Server. Ensure you do not select the check box if the network has
another DHCP Server. It is recommended to enable the WDM to act as the DHCP Server.
•
Field Device Access Point IP Address: This option is enabled only if you have selected the Enable
DHCP Server check box. Accept the default range or enter the IP address range according to the
network settings in the plant network. The WDM that acts as the DHCP Server assigns IP addresses
based on the range specified.
If you do not enable DHCP Server during the first time configuration, it is possible to enable this at a later
stage using the Property Panel.
Attention
–
Ensure that you do not have multiple DHCP servers configured on the FDN. If there is more than one
DHCP server connected on the FDN, incorrect IP addresses may be assigned to the Field Device
Access Points (FDAPs) which would break communication with the WDM and with field devices.
– Ensure that no other DHCP clients other than intended FDAPs are connected on the FDN. The
presence of unauthorized DHCP clients on the FDN may exhaust the IP address pool in the WDM,
and as a result, FDAPs may not get an IP address to communicate with the WDM and field devices.
14 Under Process Control Network (PCN), configure the process control network settings as follows.
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Process Control Network IP Address: The process control network settings are used to configure the
process control network Ethernet connections for the WDM. This is used for communication with
monitoring applications and external controllers.
Attention
The IP address must be unique on the network, even if redundant WDM pair is being configured.
•
Subnet Mask
•
Default gateway: Used to access the subnets outside the PCN subnet. This is an optional configuration
option.
15 Click Next.
The Network Time page appears.
16 Click Use NTPServer or Use System Time, as required.
You can use either the NTP server or system time to configure the network time of the OneWireless
Network.
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Attention
•
By default, the network time is configured as the system time.
•
Consider the following while configuring an external NTP server.
–
–
NTP server should be on the PCN or FDN.
NTP server IP address must be within FDN or PCN subnet unless a default gateway has been
configured on the PCN subnet and the NTP server is accessible through the default gateway.
–
–
NTP server IP address should not overlap with the FDN and PCN IP addresses.
NTP server IP address should not overlap with FDAP IP address range, if DHCP Server is enabled.
17 If you are selecting NTPServer, enter the NTP Server IP Address and click Next.
The Administrator Information page appears.
18 Type the new Administrator password in the New Password and Confirm Password fields, and then click
Next.
The password must contain at least one character and can contain up to 32 characters. It should not start or
end with a space and must not contain single quote (‘).
The Administrator Information page provides an option to modify the username of the default account
(administrator). It can only be modified from the FTCW (like country code and subnet id).
The Configuration Summary page appears which contains the summary of all the configuration
information specified in the First Time Configuration Wizard. An incorrect entry is indicated by a
warning icon. Hovering the mouse over the icon displays a tooltip with the information about the incorrect
entry.
19 Verify the WDM settings, correct errors if any, and then click Finish.
If there are any errors in the configuration information that you have provided, then the system does not
allow you to click Finish.
20 On the Browser Redirect dialog box, click OK.
The wizard redirects the Web browser to the revised process control network IP address.
Attention
•
If you are configuring the WDM to use the same process control network IP address, then the wizard redirects
the Web browser.
•
If you have configured the WDM using a different PCN IP subnet than the computer, then you need to
reconfigure the network settings of the computer to access the user interface using the IP address on the new
subnet.
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Installing the WDM license
Prerequisites
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•
Ensure that you have logged on to the OneWireless user interface.
Ensure that you have a valid WDM license key. You can obtain the license key as a part of OneWireless
ordering process.
To install a WDM license
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1
On the ribbon bar, in the System group, click Licensing.
The Manage License dialog box appears.
2
Type a System Number and an Authorization Number that you obtained from Honeywell
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Click Validate.
Based on the features enabled in the license, the Manage License dialog box shows the difference in Status/
Value.
If your System Number and Authorization Number are valid, then the Activate button appears in place
of the Validate button
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Attention
An error is displayed if the System Number and the Authorization Number cannot be validated. To
correct the error, enter a valid license key and try again.
4
Click Activate.
The WDM license activates and displays the feature status / value as Enabled. You can click
Change to modify and use a different license key.
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Loading the Device Description file
A Device Description (DD) file is usually a zip file that can be downloaded from the http://
www.honeywellprocess.com/ website. It contains information about the device type, commands that are
supported by the device, and other device-specific data. A DD file for a particular field device is used to
describe the device and to interpret messages and the device status.
Attention
•
DD files loaded prior to migrating the WDM to R230 are discarded to resolve the R120 or R2xx to R240 migration
anomaly. Note that this is a onetime behavior that is not repeated after migration to future releases.
•
To ensure consistency in the channel names, load the DD files before the device joins the network.
To load the Device Description file
1
On the ribbon bar, in the Maintenance group, click Templates.
The Upload DD File dialog box appears.
2
Click Load DD File.
3
Browse to the directory location of the DD file.
4
Select the DD file and click Open.
The DD file is uploaded to the WDM and an upload success message appears.
5
Click Close to close the Upload DD File dialog box.
6
Repeat steps to load the DD files for all the device types.
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Downloading the upgrade files from the WDM
To download and save the upgrade files from the WDM
1
On the ribbon bar, in the System group, click Software.
The Support Software dialog box appears.
2
From the Select Software list, select Onewireless R120 Migration Firmware.
3
Click Save To to save the files to the computer.
A confirmation message appears.
4
Click OK.
The Save As dialog box appears.
5
Browse to a location on the hard drive to save the files.
6
If required, type the File name, and then click Save.
7
Extract the zip file to the local computer, using the directory structure specified in the zip file.
The following are the different folders that are available after extracting the mn_120_200.zip.
•
•
•
Multinode-Mesh: Contains multinode mesh upgrade and downgrade files.
Multinode-Sensor-Radio: Contains R120 to R240 multinode sensor radio firmware file.
Sensor: Contains R120 latest sensor and radio files. In addition, it also contains R120 to R240 sensor
and radio firmware files.
Attention
You can avoid referring to the XYR 6000 DSSS folder as the firmware file in the XYR 6000 DSSS folder is
already available in the Sensor folder.
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3.10.1 Contents of mn_120_200.zip file
The mn_120_200.zip file contains the following high level folders based on the firmware type.
•
•
•
Multinode-Mesh
Multinode-Sensor-Radio
Sensor
These high level folders are sorted into sub-folders. The sub folders provide all the firmware upgrade files you
require for migrating all devices. The following table displays the files available in each sub-folder.
Firmware file
Multinode-Mesh
Files in Folder levels
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
WNMS Model
Downgrade
1_rescue-image-4.2.0HWL.bin
2_redboot-3.28.no-reboot.bin
3_525I_4.3.1.00.33downgrade.bin
4_525I_4.3.1.00.48.bin
Upgrade
1_525I_4.3.1.interim-01.33.bin
2_rescueImage1.0.7.noreboot.bin
3_525A-3_4.4.0.00.76.bin
4_525A-3_4.4.0.00.102.bin
525I_4.3.1.00.33.bin
WNMX Model
Downgrade
1_525I_4.3.1.00.34.bin
2_525I_4.3.1.00.48.bin
Upgrade
525I_4.3.1.8M-00.48.bin
Multinode-Sensor-Radio
FDAP_multinode_sensor_ radio.bin
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Sensor
Corrosion
-
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Corrosion_SENSOR_06_42.
wdf
02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Corrosion_SENSOR_06_150
.wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Corrosion_SENSOR_51_200
.wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Enraf SmartRadar
FlexLine
02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R ADIO_3_329.wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
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HLAI
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
HLAI_SENSOR_09_81.wdf
-
02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
HLAI_SENSOR_09_150 .w
df
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
HLAI_SENSOR_53_200 .w
df
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Multi AI DI
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI AI
DI_SENSOR_07_28. wdf
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02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI AI
DI_SENSOR_07_150 .wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
CMULTI AI
DI_SENSOR_52_200 .wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Multi AI DI DO
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI AI DI
DO_SENSOR_07_28. wdf
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02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI AI DI DO
_SENSOR_07_150 .wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI AI DI DO
_SENSOR_52_200 .wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Multi DI
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI DI
_SENSOR_06_22. wdf
02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI
DI_SENSOR_06_150 .wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
MULTI
DI_SENSOR_53_200 .wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
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Pressure
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Pressure_SENSOR_05_70.
wdf
-
02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Pressure_SENSOR_05_150 .
wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Pressure_SENSOR_51_200 .
wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Temperature
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature
_SENSOR_09_82. wdf
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02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature
_SENSOR_09_150 .wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature
_SENSOR_53_200 .wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
Temperature DI
01_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature DI
_SENSOR_06_22. wdf
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02_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_329.wdf
03_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature DI
_SENSOR_06_150 .wdf
04_Honeywell_XYR 6000
Temperature DI
_SENSOR_53_200 .wdf
05_Honeywell_XYR6000_R
ADIO_3_200.wdf
The firmware upgrade file “Honeywell_XYR6000_RADIO_3_200.wdf “ in XYR 6000 DSSS folder is also
available in the Sensor folder.
The firmware files available in the Sensor folder are prefixed with numbers. These numbers indicate the type of
firmware files. These files are arranged in the order you need to perform firmware upgrades. Following table
defines the type of firmware files for the prefixes.
Prefix number
Type of firmware file
01
Latest R120 Sensor firmware file
02
Latest R120 Radio firmware file
03
R150 Sensor Transitional firmware file
04
R200 Sensor Base firmware file
05
R230 Radio firmware file
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Verifying the OneWireless patch version
Verify the version of the patch installed on your OneWireless server as follows:
•
Open Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
The Add or Remove Programs window lists all the OneWireless R120 patches installed on the system.
Verify that OneWireless R120 Patch 12 is installed.
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Installing the OneWireless R120 patch
Before migrating to OneWireless R240, it is mandatory to install the OneWireless R120 Patch 12 on the
OneWireless R120 server. It is mandatory to update the server components and the firmware components to the
latest patch revision.
You can download the latest OneWireless patch from the Honeywell Process Solutions website (http://
www.honeywellprocess.com). For information about installing the patch, refer to the Software Change Notice
available with the patch.
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Upgrade firmware to R120 latest
Upgrade the following firmware to R120 latest.
•
•
•
Multinode firmware
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware and the radio firmware
SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio firmware and CAN-1WL FlexConn board firmware
3.13.1 Upgrading Multinode firmware to the latest R120 firmware
Multinode sensor radio firmware and mesh firmware must be upgraded to the latest R120 firmware revision
before migration.
The R120 multinode sensor radio firmware available is available at the path below:
C:\Program Files\Honeywell\OneWireless\System\Firmware\Multinode-Sensor-Radio\RAP120.1-33.12
For R120 mesh firmware is available in the mn_120_200.zip file.
Refer to the section “Downloading the upgrade files from the WDM” on page 28.
For more information about upgrading the Multinode firmware, refer to the section “Upgrading Multinode
firmware” in the OneWireless R120 Getting Started with Honeywell OneWireless guide.
3.13.2 Upgrading XYR 6000 and SmartRadar FlexLine firmware to the latest R120 firmware
Upgrade the following firmware to the latest OneWireless R120 firmware revisions.
•
•
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware and the radio firmware
SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio firmware and CAN-1WL FlexConn board firmware
Download the latest firmware files from the WDM. Refer to the section “Downloading the upgrade files from
the WDM” on page 28.
After you download and save the upgrade files from the WDM, browse to the Sensor folder. The latest
OneWireless R120 sensor firmware and radio firmware are available in all the sub-folders under the Sensor
folder. The file with the prefix 01 is the latest R120 Sensor firmware file. The file with the prefix 02 is the
latest R120 Radio firmware file.
XYR 6000 field device radio firmware revisions
The minimum radio firmware revision of the field device required for migrating to OneWireless R240 is
Revision 3, build 329 (RAP120.1-33.12).
For more information about upgrading the field device firmware, refer to the section “Upgrading wireless
transmitter sensor and radio firmware” in the OneWireless R120 Getting Started with Honeywell OneWireless
guide.
Honeywell SmartRadar FlexLine — CAN-1WL FlexConn board firmware revision
The minimum firmware revision of the Honeywell Enraf CAN-1WL FlexConn board required for migrating to
OneWireless R240 is Revision 10, build 163. For more information about upgrading the FlexConn boards of a
SmartRadar FlexLine gauge, refer to the Enraf CAN-Upgrade Manual SmartRadar FlexLine.
The minimum radio firmware revision of the SmartRadar FlexLine field device required for migrating to
OneWireless R240 is Revision 3, build 329 (RAP120.1-33.12).
The latest R120 radio firmware is available in all the sub-folders of the Sensor folder and can be identified with
the prefix 02.
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Decommissioning R120 field devices
To decommission the field devices
1
Inactivate the field device channels as follows.
a
In the Monitoring view of Wireless Builder, right-click the field device and choose Inactivate > Select
Item(s) Content(s).
A confirmation dialog box appears.
b Click Yes.
The field device channels appear as inactive (blue icon).
2
In the Monitoring view, select all the devices and click the Delete icon on the toolbar.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
3
Click Continue.
The Delete Selected object(s) dialog box appears.
4
Click Delete Selected object(s).
The selected wireless device blocks and their associated templates are deleted. The deleted devices now
appear as uncommissioned devices under the WSG.
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Upgrade the R120 sensor and radio firmware to R240
Upgrade the following R120 sensor and radio firmware to radio firmware to R240 firmware.
•
•
•
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R150 transition firmware.
XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R200 base firmware.
XYR 6000 field device radio firmware to R240 radio firmware.
3.15.1 Upgrading XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R240 firmware
Using the OneWireless server, upgrade the R120 field device sensor firmware to the R150 transition firmware
and then to the R200 base firmware. The transition firmware and base firmware files are special revisions of the
sensor firmware files used to migrate the devices to ISA100 Wireless compatible firmware. The latest firmware
files can be downloaded from the WDM. Refer to the section “Downloading the upgrade files from the WDM”
on page 28 for further information.
The R150 sensor transition firmware and the R200 base firmware files are available in all the sub-folders of the
Sensor folder from the extracted mn_120_200.zip file. The file with the prefix 03 is the R150 Sensor
Transition firmware, while the prefix 04 is the R200 Sensor base firmware file.
For more information about upgrading the field device sensor firmware, refer to the section “Upgrading wireless
transmitter sensor and radio firmware” in the OneWireless R120 Getting Started with Honeywell OneWireless
guide.
CAUTION
It is mandatory to upgrade the field device firmware in the following sequence.
•
Upgrade the sensor firmware
– XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R150 transition firmware.
– XYR 6000 field device sensor firmware to R200 base firmware.
•
Upgrade the radio firmware
If you are not upgrading according to the above mentioned sequence, the field device stops communicating with
the OneWireless R120 system and does not establish communication with the OneWireless R240 network.
Attention
Note that while upgrading the field device sensor firmware, it is mandatory to upgrade the transition firmware first,
and then the base firmware.
3.15.2 Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device radio firmware to R240 radio firmware
Using the OneWireless Server, upgrade the XYR 6000 field device radio firmware to the R240 radio firmware.
The R240 radio firmware is the ISA100 Wireless compatible firmware.
The field device radio firmware files are available in all the sub-folders of the Sensor folder from the extracted
mn_120_200.zip file. The file with the prefix 05 is the latest R240 Radio firmware file.
All XYR 6000 devices use the same R240 radio firmware. After completing this step, the field devices
migrate to the latest OneWireless release and are no longer accessible from the R120 OneWireless server.
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Upgrading the SmartRadar FlexLine radio firmware to R240 radio
firmware
Using the OneWireless server, upgrade the SmartRadar FlexLine radio firmware to the R240 radio firmware.
The R240 radio firmware is the ISA100 Wireless compatible firmware.
The field device radio firmware files are available in all the sub-folders of the Sensor folder from the extracted
mn_120_200.zip file. The file with the prefix 05 is the latest R240 Radio firmware file.
For more information about upgrading the SmartRadar FlexLine gauge radio firmware, refer to the section
“Upgrading wireless transmitter sensor and radio firmware” in the OneWireless R120 Getting Started with
Honeywell OneWireless guide.
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Upgrading CAN-1WL FlexConn board of SmartRadar FlexLine
You must upgrade the firmware on the CAN-1WL FlexConn board of a SmartRadar FlexLine gauge using the
CAN SD card. For more information about upgrading the FlexConn boards of a SmartRadar FlexLine , refer to
the Enraf CAN-Upgrade Manual SmartRadar FlexLine
After completing the firmware upgrade, you must switch off the SmartRadar FlexLine , remove the CAN SD
card, and then restart the SmartRadar FlexLine . Only after restarting, the device becomes part of the
OneWireless R240 Network.
For more information about migrating a SmartRadar FlexLine, refer to the SmartRadar FlexLine User’s Guide.
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Upgrading Wireless System Gateway (WSG) and Multinode to R240
firmware
Upgrading Wireless System Gateway (WSG) and Multinode to the OneWireless R240 firmware involves the
following tasks.
•
•
Upgrading WSG and Multinodes to the OneWireless R240 Multinode sensor radio firmware.
Upgrading WSG and Multinodes to the OneWireless R240 Multinode mesh firmware.
CAUTION
It is mandatory to upgrade the Multinode firmware in the following sequence.
1. Upgrade the multinode sensor radio firmware
2. Upgrade the multinode mesh firmware
Mistakenly if you upgrade the mesh firmware before upgrading the sensor radio firmware, you must downgrade
the mesh firmware and then start upgrading the Multinode firmware in the sequence mentioned in this document.
For more information about downgrading the Multinode mesh firmware, refer to the section Downgrading
Multinode mesh firmware on page 48.
Attention
In case of WNMN multinode, migration to OneWireless R2xx is not supported.
Attention
After migration, the multinodes will join the OneWireless network in unprovisioned state. You must accept the
unprovisioned device using the OneWireless user interface. For more information on provisioning devices in the
OneWireless network, refer to the Wireless Device Manager User's Guide.
3.18.1 Upgrading the Multinode sensor radio firmware
To upgrade the Multinode sensor radio firmware
1
Log on to the Multinode Configuration Tool as follows.
a
Open Internet Explorer and type the WAN IP address in the address bar.
b In the Username and Password fields, type the user name and password.
c Select the I agree to the terms and conditions below check box, and then click Sign In.
The System Configuration - General page appears.
2
In the left pane, under System Administration, click System Upgrade.
The System Administration - System Upgrade page appears. The Firmware Upgrade tab is selected by
default.
3
Under Select sensor radio software here, click Browse.
4
Browse to the directory where the mn_120_200.zip file is extracted.
5
In the extracted mn_120_200.zip file, browse to the Multinode- Sensor- Radio folder and then select the
FDAP_multinode_sensor_radio.bin firmware file.
6
Click Upload Firmware to begin the firmware upgrade operation.
After completing the firmware upgrade operation, the message System has been upgraded successfully
appears.
7
Click Back to return to the Multinode Configuration Tool.
3.18.2 Upgrade Multinode mesh firmware
OneWireless Network supports the following two types of Multinode models. This section describes the tasks
that you need to perform to upgrade the Multinode mesh firmware of both these models. The Multinode model
is printed on the label on the back of the unit.
•
•
WNMS – Extended Temperature Multinode with ISA100 (DSSS) sensor radio.
WNMX – Standard Temperature Multinode with ISA100 (DSSS) sensor radio.
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Attention
In the Multinode Configuration window, select Logs > System Logs. In the System Logs page, blocks = 127 is for
WNMS – Extended Temperature Multinode and blocks = 64 is for WNMX – Standard Temperature Multinode.
The upgrade procedure involves loading a series of files to the Multinode. Note that the firmware files must be
loaded in the order given, or else unexpected behavior could result, including the malfunctioning of the unit.
Mesh firmware revisions
WNMS — 4.3.1.00.102
WNMX – 4.3.1.8M.00.48
To upgrade the Multinode mesh firmware for WNMS models
1
Log on to the Multinode Configuration Tool as follows.
1. Open Internet Explorer and type the WAN IP address in the address bar.
2. In the Username and Password fields, type the user name and password.
3. Select the I agree to the terms and conditions below check box, and then click Sign In.
The System Configuration - General page appears.
2
In the left pane, under System Administration, click System Upgrade.
The System Administration - System Upgrade page appears. The Firmware Upgrade tab is selected by
default.
3
Under Select mesh software here, click Browse.
4
Browse to the directory where the mn_120_200.zip file is extracted.
5
In the mn_120_200 folder, navigate to the sub-folder Multinode-Mesh\WNMS Model\Upgrade that contains a
list of the following Multinode mesh firmware files.
•
•
•
•
•
1_525I_4.3.1.interim-01.33.bin
2_rescueImage1.0.7.no-reboot.bin
3_525A-3_4.4.0.00.76.bin
4_525A-3_4.4.0.00.102.bin
525I_4.3.1.00.33.bin
6
If the Multinode is at build 4.3.1.00.30 or earlier, select 525I_4.3.1.00.33.bin and click Upload Firmware.
The Multinode reboots after the firmware upgrade operation is complete.
7
Select 1_525I_4.3.1.interim-01.33.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware upgrade.
The Multinode reboots after the firmware upgrade operation is complete.
8
Select 2_rescueImage1.0.7.no-reboot.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin the firmware upgrade.
The message, System Upgrade Failed: Did not find transmit log appears. Ignore the message and proceed
with the firmware upgrade operation.
9
Select 3_525A- 3_4.4.0.00.76.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware upgrade.
The message, System has been upgraded successfully appears.
10 Click System Administration > Reboot.
The Multinode reboots and upgrades to 525A-3 build 4.4.0.00.76. The WAN IP address is preserved after
the upgrade and is accessible from the WAN 1 port. After the Multinode starts up, use the default user
account to access the Multinode Configuration Tool.
CAUTION
Ensure that you restart the Multinode before performing the next step. Failing to reboot causes the Multinode
to restore to default settings.
11 Repeat steps 2 through 4 and select 4_525A- 3_4.4.0.00.102.bin and click Upload Firmware to start the
firmware upgrade operation.
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The message, System has been upgraded successfully appears. The Multinode reboots after the firmware
upgrade operation is complete.
12 After upgrading the firmware to 4_525A- 3_4.4.0.00.102.bin, the operating mode of the migrated Multinode
changes to FIPS mode. Honeywell recommends using only Non-FIPS mode. Configure the operating mode
of the Multinode to Non-FIPS as follows:
a
On the Multinode Configuration Tool, under System Configuration, click Operating Mode.
b Under Submode, clear the FIPS 140-2 mode check box.
c Click Apply.
A message appears indicating that the changes are applied and then the Multinode reboots.
Attention
Changing the operating mode from FIPS to Non-FIPS restores all the configuration settings to default
settings. After you upgrade the multinode mesh firmware for WNMS models, the device will enter factory
default state. You will have to re-configure all multinodes again. You can access the multinodes using the
default IP address (192.168.254.254)
13 Configure the TCP/IP properties as follows:
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IP Address: 192.168.254.1
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Network Mask: 255.255.255.0
Attention
The computer IP address should not conflict with any other IP address in the network if a switch is connected.
14 To view or change your TCP/IP settings, perform the following steps:
a
If the operating system on your computer is Windows 2000 or XP, choose Start > Settings > Network
and Dialup Connections > Local Area Connection.
b Click Properties.
The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears.
c Select TCP/IP protocol, and then click Properties.
The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box appears.
d Click Use the following IP address and then in the IP Address and Subnet mask boxes, type
192.168.254.1 and 255.255.255.0, respectively.
e Click OK.
The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box closes.
f Click OK.
The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box closes.
15 Open a browser window and type the following default IP address for the unit’s Local LAN in the address
bar: https://192.168.254.254.
Attention
For some versions of the Multinode, the WAN2 cable is accessible through the following IP address —
192.168.15.1.
16 On the Multinode Configuration Tool page, type the default user name CryptoOfficer and the password
CryptoFIPS.
If the system prompts you to change the default password, change the password to proceed.
17 Configure the Web browser settings as follows.
The web browser version should be either of the following – Internet Explorer (IE) version 6 or later or
Firefox version 3.6.3 or later.
•
In the IE web browser:
– Click Tools > Internet Options > Advanced, and then select the Transport Layer Security (TLS),
TLS 1.0 check box.
– Click Tools > Internet Options > Advanced, and then clear the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), SSL
2.1 check box. By default, Use SSL 3.0 check box is selected.
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In the Firefox browser:
– Click Tools > Options > Advanced, and then select TLS 1.0 check box. By default, Use
SSL 3.0
check box is selected.
To upgrade the Multinode mesh firmware for WNMX models
1
Log on to the Multinode Configuration Tool as follows.
1. Open Internet Explorer and type the WAN IP address in the address bar.
2. In the Username and Password fields, type the user name and password.
3. Select the I agree to the terms and conditions below check box, and then click Sign In.
The System Configuration - General page appears.
2
In the left pane, under System Administration, click System Upgrade.
The System Administration - System Upgrade page appears. The Firmware Upgrade tab is selected by
default.
3
Under Select mesh software here, click Browse.
4
Browse to the directory where the mn_120_200.zip file is extracted. and navigate to the subdirectory
WNMX Model\Upgrade.
5
In the mn_120_200 folder, navigate to the sub-folder Multinode-Mesh\WNMX Model\Upgrade that contains a
single 525I_4.3.1.8M-00.48.bin file.
6
Select 525I_4.3.1.8M-00.48.bin and then click Upload Firmware.
The message, System has been upgraded successfully appears. The Multinode automatically reboots. After
the Multinode starts up, use the default user account to access the Multinode Configuration Tool.
After completing this step, all the field devices and the Multinodes join the ISA100 Wireless field device
network and start appearing in the Selection Panel/Map view of the OneWireless user interface. To
understand more about the current state of the device icons appearing on the user interface, refer to the
WDM User’s Guide.
Attention
Note that the devices may take up to one hour to join the network.
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Verifying if the migrated devices have joined the
OneWireless R240 network
After upgrading the firmware of all the devices in the OneWireless R120 system, the devices start joining the
network. All the migrated devices that have joined the network appear in the Selection Panel of the
OneWireless R240 user interface. Verify if all the migrated devices are appearing in the Selection Panel.
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Upgrading the XYR 6000 field device to latest OneWireless R240
sensor firmware
The R200 base firmware installed during migration may not be the released firmware and must be updated. The
field device radio firmware is preloaded on the WDM. The latest field device sensor firmware files can be
downloaded from Honeywell Process Solutions website.
To upgrade the field device sensor firmware
1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the field device.
You can select multiple devices using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT+click to select
multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in succession.
2
To upgrade the application firmware of the selected field device, on the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group,
click Application.
The Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
Depending on the firmware type, the available upgrade files appear by default. Select the required file from
the list of upgrade files.
If the file is not available in the list, perform the following steps.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box closes.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box displaying the status of the upgrade appears. Closing the dialog
box allows the upgrade operation to run in the background. The upgrade status is displayed in the status bar.
Click the firmware upgrade status box to open the dialog box again. If multiple users are simultaneously
upgrading different device firmware, all the users can view the progress of all the device upgrades.
While upgrading the application firmware of a field device, the LCD display of the field device displays the
firmware upgrade status. The status is displayed until the upgrade operation completes or aborts.
Once the upgrade is complete, the status column displays the status as complete. If firmware upgrade fails
for a device, you can abort the upgrade and start again. To abort firmware upgrade for individual devices,
click the abort button next to the status indicator.
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the field device firmware as follows:
•
•
•
On the Selection Panel, select the XYR 6000 field device.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
For information about upgrading SmartRadar FlexLine application firmware, refer to the SmartRadar FlexLine
User’s Guide.
Attention
To initiate the firmware upgrade of the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board using the Application firmware, the SD card
must be inserted in the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board. Also, the SD card should not be write protected.
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Configuring external interfaces
Using the OneWireless user interface, reconfigure the external interfaces. Ensure that you perform the following
while reconfiguring the external interfaces.
•
•
Manually configure the Modbus Registers.
Reconfigure the device/parameter tag names, since the naming convention is different from R120.
For more information about configuring external interfaces, refer to the section “Activate process control
interfaces” in the WDM User’s Guide.
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Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS interfaces
After migration, the OPC, HART, or MODBUS interfaces are disabled in the OneWireless user interface.
Perform the following steps to enable the disabled interfaces.
To re-configure OPC/HART/MODBUS interfaces
1
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On the Selection Panel, expand the WDM icon and select HART/OPC/MODBUS.
2
On the Property Panel, expand Configuration.
3
In the Interface list, click Enabled.
4
Click Apply.
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Configuring redundant WDM
For configuring redundant WDM, refer to the latest OneWireless Wireless Device Manager User's Guide.
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Downgrading Multinode mesh firmware
The downgrade procedures are applicable only in a situation in which you have upgraded the mesh firmware
before upgrading the sensor radio firmware. This is because it is mandatory to upgrade the sensor radio
firmware before upgrading the mesh firmware. This section describes the procedures to downgrade the
Multinode mesh firmware for both the Multinode types, if required.
Attention
Honeywell does not support downgrade of Multinode firmware from R2xx to R1xx.
Note that after downgrading the mesh firmware, all the configuration information restores to default values.
To downgrade the Multinode mesh firmware for WNMS models
1
Log on to the Multinode Configuration Tool as follows.
a
Open Internet Explorer and type the WAN IP address in the address bar.
b In the Username and Password fields, type the user name and password.
c Select the I agree to the terms and conditions below check box, and then click Sign In.
The System Configuration - General page appears.
2
3
In the left pane, under System Administration, click System Upgrade.
The System Administration - System Upgrade page appears. The Firmware Upgrade tab is selected by
default.
Under Select mesh software here, click Browse.
4
Browse to the directory where the mn_120_200.zip file is extracted.
5
In the mn_120_200 folder, navigate to the sub-folder Multinode-Mesh\WNMS Model\Downgrade that contains
the following downgrade files.
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•
•
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1_rescue-image-4.2.0HWL.bin
2_redboot-3.28.no-reboot.bin
3_525I_4.3.1.00.33-downgrade.bin
4_525I_4.3.1.00.48.bin
6
Select 1_rescue-image-4.2.0HWL.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware downgrade.
The Multinode reboots after the firmware downgrade operation is complete.
7
Select 2_redboot-3.28.no-reboot.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin the firmware downgrade.
The message, System Upgrade Failed: Did not find transmit log appears. Ignore the message and proceed
with the firmware downgrade operation.
8
Select 3_525I_4.3.1.00.33-downgrade.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware downgrade.
Wait until system reboots and starts running with the firmware, 525I build 4.3.1.00.33. You can then use the
default WAN IP address 192.168.254.254 and the default user account to access the Multinode.
9
Repeat steps 2 through 4, select 3_525I_4.3.1.00.48-downgrade.bin and then click Upload Firmware to
begin firmware downgrade.
Wait until system reboots and starts running with the firmware, 525I build 4.3.1.00.48.
To downgrade the Multinode mesh firmware for WNMX models
1
Log on to the Multinode Configuration Tool as follows.
a
Open Internet Explorer and type the WAN IP address in the address bar.
b In the Username and Password fields, type the user name and password.
c Select the I agree to the terms and conditions below check box, and then click Sign In.
The System Configuration - General page appears.
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In the left pane, under System Administration, click System Upgrade.
The System Administration - System Upgrade page appears. The Firmware Upgrade tab is selected by
default.
3
Under Select mesh software here, click Browse.
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Browse to the directory where the mn_120_200.zip file is extracted.
5
In the mn_120_200 folder, navigate to the sub-folder Multinode-Mesh\WNMX Model\Downgrade that contains
the following two downgrade files.
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1_525I_4.3.1.00.34.bin
2_525I_4.3.1.00.48.bin
6
Select 525I_4.3.1.00.34.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware downgrade.
The message System has been upgraded successfully appears. The Multinode automatically reboots. After
the Multinode starts up, use the default user account to access the Multinode Configuration Tool.
7
Select 3_525I_4.3.1.00.48-downgrade.bin and click Upload Firmware to begin firmware downgrade.
The message System has been upgraded successfully appears. The Multinode automatically reboots.
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4. R202.1 to R240.1 migration
OneWireless R240 provides a new feature where you can download all the firmware files directly from the
WDM. In addition, FDAP and other devices can be directly upgraded from R202.1 to R240.1. Only WDM must
be upgraded to R210.1 and from R210.1 to R240.1. For releases earlier to 202.1, first migrate all devices to
R202.1 and from R202.1 to R240.1. Also, before migrating to R240.1, you must first obtain a valid license key.
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Related topics
Migrating from R210 to R240 checklist on page 53
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on page 54
Configuring Cisco switch port setting on page 55
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 56
Upgrading the field device firmware on page 58
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware on page 60
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmwareon page 61
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Migrating from R210 to R240 checklist
This topic provides a checklist that describes the significant tasks to be performed for migrating from
OneWireless R210 to the target release. The checklist also serves as a ready reference to review the progress of
migration as you move from one phase of your migration to another. The sections following the checklist
provide the details about each task in detail.
This section describes only the tasks that you need to perform for migrating from OneWireless R210.1to
R240.1. If you are migrating from releases prior to R202, you must refer to the migration documentation
specific to that release.
Task
Go to
Step 1
Log on to the OneWireless user interface.
Logging on to OneWireless user interface
on page 19
Step 2
Verify the WDM firmware revision.
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on
page 54
Step 3
Upgrade the WDM firmware.
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 56
Step 4
Install the WDM license
Installing the WDM license on page 24
Step 5
Load the DD files for the field devices.
Loading the Device Description file on
page 27
Step 6
Upgrade the sensor firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 58
Step 7
Upgrade the radio firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 58
Step 8
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP routers.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 60
Step 9
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP access
points.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 60
Step 10
Upgrade the sensor radio firmware of all
Multinodes.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 60
Step 11
Upgrade the CISCO WLC Firmware
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware on page
61
Step 12
Re-enable the OPC/HART interfaces.
Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS
interfaces on page 46
Step 13
Upgrade the Provisioning Device Application on
the Provisioning Device handheld.
See the “Configuring a Provisioning
Device handheld” section in the WDM
User’s Guide.
Step 14
Verify if the migrated devices have joined the
R240 network.
Verifying if the migrated devices have
joined the OneWireless R240 network on
page 43
Done?
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Verifying the WDM firmware revision
To verify the WDM firmware revision
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1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the WDM.
2
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3
Under Identification group, review the firmware version displayed in the Revision field.
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Configuring Cisco switch port setting
In case you plan to set up a redundant WDM, ensure the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
CISCO switch port, where the WDM is connected, is configured to operate in access mode.
Spanning-tree portfast feature is enabled.
Speed is set to auto.
Port is in full duplex mode.
Replace the sample CISCO switch configuration for WDM port with the following sample port configuration.
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interface FastEthernet 0/1
description WDM port
switchport access vlan 2
switchport mode access
spanning-tree portfast
speed auto
duplex full
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Upgrading the WDM firmware
Download the latest WDM firmware file from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Before upgrading to OneWireless R240.1, make sure that you obtain a valid WDM license key. You can
obtain the license key as a part of OneWireless ordering process. Also, it is not possible to downgrade the
WDM firmware.
CAUTION
•
•
Upgrading the WDM firmware makes the WDM offline for some time. During this operation, all the devices
drop and join the network again.
Once initiated, you cannot abort the firmware upgrade operation.
•
The WDM must not be turned off while the upgrade is in progress.
The steps for upgrading the WDM from R202 to R210, from R210 to R220 and then from R220 to R230, R230
to R240 are common.
Prerequisites
Ensure that the speed/duplex setting for the network adapter of the computer is set to Auto.
To upgrade the WDM firmware
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1
On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Application.
The WDM Update dialog box appears.
3
Click Browse to navigate to the directory location of the firmware file and click Open. The WDM firmware
file has a .tar.gz extension.
The WDM Update dialog box displays the upload status. Once complete, the Firmware File box displays
the uploaded firmware file.
4
Click Update.
The firmware upgrade starts and once complete, the user interface displays a message indicating the result of
firmware upgrade operation.
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Attention
At times, the update may take longer than expected and the result of the upgrade may not be displayed. Instead, a
“Page not available” error may appear. In such cases, wait for a minute and then redirect the browser to “https://
<ipaddress>/restartzfs.html” for viewing the result. Do not remove or reboot the WDM during the upgrade
process.
After the WDM upgrade from R210.1 to R240.1 is complete, the WDM reboots automatically.
5
Close and restart the web browser.
6
Log on to the user interface again.
7
Verify the upgraded version of the WDM firmware as follows:
1. On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2. On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3. Under Identification, verify the Revision.
After you have upgraded to the WDM to OneWireless R240, install the WDM license. For detailed
instructions on installing the WDM license, refer to "Installing the WDM license" on Page 24.
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Upgrading the field device firmware
The devices at the farthest hop level must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the field device firmware
1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the field device.
You can select multiple devices of the same type using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT
+click to select multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in
succession.
Attention
It is recommended that you select and accept only three devices at a time.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click one of the following icons, as required.
Attention
Application firmware must be upgraded before upgrading the radio firmware.
•
Application: To upgrade the application firmware of the selected field device.
Attention
To initiate the firmware upgrade of the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board using the Application firmware, the SD
card must be inserted in the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board. Also, the SD card should not be write protected.
•
Radio: To upgrade the radio firmware of the selected field device.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
Depending on the firmware type, the available upgrade files appear by default. Select the required file from
the list of upgrade files.
If the file is not available in the list, perform the following steps.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box closes.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box displaying the status of the upgrade appears.
Closing the dialog box allows the upgrade operation to run in the background. The upgrade status is
displayed in the status bar. Click the firmware upgrade status box to open the dialog box again. If multiple
users are simultaneously upgrading different device firmware, all the users can view the progress of all the
device upgrades.
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While upgrading the application firmware of a field device, the LCD display of the field device displays the
firmware upgrade status. The status is displayed until the upgrade operation completes or aborts.
Once the upgrade is complete, the status column displays the status as complete. If firmware upgrade fails
for a device, you can abort the upgrade and start again. To abort firmware upgrade for individual devices,
click the abort button next to the status indicator.
Attention
•
•
To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the field device firmware as follows:
•
•
•
On the Selection Panel, select the field device.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware
Download the latest FDAP/access point firmware files from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Note that the farthest hop must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the FDAP/access point firmware
1
On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP/access point.
You can select multiple devices using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT+click to select
multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in succession.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Radio.
The Radio Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
In the Available Firmware Files list, select the required firmware upgrade file.
By default, the firmware upgrade file appears in the list. If the file is not available in the list, perform the
following steps to open the firmware file.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box appears. The Progress column displays the progress of the
upgrade.
Attention
To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
•
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the FDAP / Access Point firmware as follows:
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On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP / Access Point.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware
After upgrading the Field device firmware and the FDAP / access point firmware, upgrade the
CISCO WLC firmware. For more information on upgrading the CISCO WLC firmware, refer to
the OneWireless Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide.
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Related topics
Migrating from R220 to R240 checklist on page 63
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on page 64
Configuring Cisco switch port setting on page 65
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 66
Upgrading the field device firmware on page 68
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware on page 70
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmwareon page 71
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Migrating from R220 to R240 checklist
This topic provides a checklist that describes the significant tasks to be performed for migrating from
OneWireless R220.1 to the target release. The checklist also serves as a ready reference to review the progress
of migration as you move from one phase of your migration to another. The sections following the checklist
provide the details about each task in detail.
Attention
Sync must be disabled on a redundant WDM to allow WDM upgrade. If WDM upgrade is initiated on a WDM when
sync is enabled an error is displayed. You must disable the sync from WDM PP and again re-initiate the WDM
upgrade. Primary WDM cannot sync with secondary WDM running a new release, and so it is recommended that
secondary WDM is upgraded first. WDMs may be synchronized while field devices, access points are being upgraded.
This section describes only the tasks that you need to perform for migrating from OneWireless R220.1 to
R240.1. If you are migrating from releases prior to R202, you must refer to the migration documentation
specific to that release.
Task
Go to
Step 1
Log on to the OneWireless user interface.
Logging on to OneWireless user interface
on page 19
Step 2
Verify the WDM firmware revision.
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on
page 64
Step 3
Upgrade the WDM firmware.
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 66
Step 4
Install the WDM license
Installing the WDM license on page 24
Step 5
Load the DD files for the field devices.
Loading the Device Description file on
page 27
Step 6
Upgrade the sensor firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 68
Step 7
Upgrade the radio firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 68
Step 8
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP routers.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 70
Step 9
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP access
points.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 70
Step 10
Upgrade the sensor radio firmware of all
Multinodes.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 70
Step 11
Upgrade the CISCO WLC Firmware
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware on
page71
Step 12
Re-enable the OPC/HART interfaces.
Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS
interfaces on page 46
Step 13
Upgrade the Provisioning Device Application on
the Provisioning Device handheld.
See the “Configuring a Provisioning
Device handheld” section in the WDM
User’s Guide.
Step 14
Verify if the migrated devices have joined the
R240 network
Verifying if the migrated devices have
joined the OneWireless R240 network on
page 43
Done?
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Verifying the WDM firmware revision
To verify the WDM firmware revision
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1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the WDM.
2
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3
Under Identification group, review the firmware version displayed in the Revision field.
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Configuring Cisco switch port setting
In case you plan to set up a redundant WDM, ensure the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
CISCO switch port, where the WDM is connected, is configured to operate in access mode.
Spanning-tree portfast feature is enabled.
Speed is set to auto.
Port is in full duplex mode.
Replace the sample CISCO switch configuration for WDM port with the following sample port configuration.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
interface FastEthernet 0/1
description WDM port
switchport access vlan 2
switchport mode access
spanning-tree portfast
speed auto
duplex full
For more informtion on configuring the Cisco switch port settings, refer to the OneWireless Wireless LAN
Controller Configuration Guide.
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Upgrading the WDM firmware
Download the latest WDM firmware file from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Before upgrading to OneWireless R240.1, make sure that you obtain a valid WDM license key. You can
obtain the license key as a part of OneWireless ordering process. Also, it is not possible to downgrade the
WDM firmware.
Attention
Sync must be disabled on a redundant WDM to allow WDM upgrade. If WDM upgrade is initiated on a WDM when
sync is enabled an error is displayed. You must disabled the sync from WDM PP and again re-initiate the WDM
upgrade.
CAUTION
•
Upgrading the WDM firmware makes the WDM offline for some time. During this operation, all the devices
drop and join the network again.
•
•
Once initiated, you cannot abort the firmware upgrade operation.
The WDM must not be turned off while the upgrade is in progress.
The steps for upgrading the WDM from R202 to R210, from R210 to R220 and then from R220 to R230, and
R230 to R240 are common.
Prerequisites
Ensure that the speed/duplex setting for the network adapter of the computer is set to Auto.
To upgrade the WDM firmware
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1
On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Application.
The WDM Update dialog box appears.
3
Click Browse to navigate to the directory location of the firmware file and click Open. The WDM firmware
file has a .tar.gz extension.
The WDM Update dialog box displays the upload status. Once complete, the Firmware File box displays
the uploaded firmware file.
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Click Update.
The firmware upgrade starts and once complete, the user interface displays a message indicating the result of
firmware upgrade operation.
Attention
At times, the update may take longer than expected and the result of the upgrade may not be displayed. Instead, a
“Page not available” error may appear. In such cases, wait for a minute and then redirect the browser to “https://
<ipaddress>/restartzfs.html” for viewing the result. Do not remove or reboot the WDM during the upgrade
process.
After the WDM upgrade from R220.1 to R240.1 is complete, the WDM reboots automatically.
5
Close and restart the web browser.
6
Log on to the user interface again.
7
Verify the upgraded version of the WDM firmware as follows:
1. On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2. On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3. Under Identification, verify the Revision.
After you have upgraded to the WDM to OneWireless R240, install the WDM license. For detailed
instructions on installing the WDM license, refer to "Installing the WDM license" on Page 24.
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Upgrading the field device firmware
The devices at the farthest hop level must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the field device firmware
1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the field device.
You can select multiple devices of the same type using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT
+click to select multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in
succession.
Attention
It is recommended that you select and accept only three devices at a time.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click one of the following icons, as required.
Attention
Application firmware must be upgraded before upgrading the radio firmware.
•
Application: To upgrade the application firmware of the selected field device.
Attention
To initiate the firmware upgrade of the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board using the Application firmware, the SD
card must be inserted in the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board. Also, the SD card should not be write protected.
•
Radio: To upgrade the radio firmware of the selected field device.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
Depending on the firmware type, the available upgrade files appear by default. Select the required file from
the list of upgrade files.
If the file is not available in the list, perform the following steps.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box closes.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box displaying the status of the upgrade appears.
Closing the dialog box allows the upgrade operation to run in the background. The upgrade status is
displayed in the status bar. Click the firmware upgrade status box to open the dialog box again. If multiple
users are simultaneously upgrading different device firmware, all the users can view the progress of all the
device upgrades.
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While upgrading the application firmware of a field device, the LCD display of the field device displays the
firmware upgrade status. The status is displayed until the upgrade operation completes or aborts.
Once the upgrade is complete, the status column displays the status as complete. If firmware upgrade fails
for a device, you can abort the upgrade and start again. To abort firmware upgrade for individual devices,
click the abort button next to the status indicator.
Attention
•
•
To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the field device firmware as follows:
•
•
•
On the Selection Panel, select the field device.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware
Download the latest FDAP/access point firmware files from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Note that the farthest hop must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the FDAP/access point firmware
1
On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP/access point.
You can select multiple devices using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT+click to select
multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in succession.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Radio.
The Radio Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
In the Available Firmware Files list, select the required firmware upgrade file.
By default, the firmware upgrade file appears in the list. If the file is not available in the list, perform the
following steps to open the firmware file.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box appears. The Progress column displays the progress of the
upgrade.
Attention
•
•
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the FDAP / Access Point firmware as follows:
•
•
•
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To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP / Access Point.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware
After upgrading the Field device firmware and the FDAP / access point firmware, upgrade the CISCO WLC
firmware. For more information on upgrading the CISCO WLC firmware, refer to the OneWireless Wireless
LAN Controller Configuration Guide.
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7. R230.1 to R240.1 migration
Related topics
Migrating from R230 to R240 checklist on page 73
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on page 74
Configuring Cisco switch port setting on page 75
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 76
Upgrading the field device firmware on page 78
Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware on page 80
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmwareon page 81
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Migrating from R230 to R240 checklist
This topic provides a checklist that describes the significant tasks to be performed for migrating from
OneWireless R230.1 to the target release. The checklist also serves as a ready reference to review the progress
of migration as you move from one phase of your migration to another. The sections following the checklist
provide the details about each task in detail.
Attention
Sync must be disabled on a redundant WDM to allow WDM upgrade. If WDM upgrade is initiated on a WDM when
sync is enabled an error is displayed. You must disable the sync from WDM PP and again re-initiate the WDM
upgrade. Primary WDM cannot sync with secondary WDM running a new release, and so it is recommended that
secondary WDM is upgraded first. WDMs may be synchronized while field devices, access points are being upgraded.
This section describes only the tasks that you need to perform for migrating from OneWireless R230.1 to
R240.1. If you are migrating from releases prior to R202, you must refer to the migration documentation
specific to that release.
Task
Go to
Step 1
Log on to the OneWireless user interface.
Logging on to OneWireless user interface
on page 19
Step 2
Verify the WDM firmware revision.
Verifying the WDM firmware revision on
page 74
Step 3
Upgrade the WDM firmware.
Upgrading the WDM firmware on page 76
Step 4
Install the WDM license
Installing the WDM license on page 24
Step 5
Load the DD files for the field devices.
Loading the Device Description file on
page 27
Step 6
Upgrade the sensor firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 78
Step 7
Upgrade the radio firmware of all field
devices.
Upgrading the field device firmware on
page 78
Step 8
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP routers.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 80
Step 9
Upgrade the radio firmware of all FDAP access
points.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 80
Step 10
Upgrade the sensor radio firmware of all
Multinodes.
Upgrading the FDAP/access point
firmware on page 80
Step 11
Upgrade the CISCO WLC Firmware
Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware on page
81
Step 12
Re-enable the OPC/HART interfaces.
Re-configuring OPC/HART/MODBUS
interfaces on page 46
Step 13
Upgrade the Provisioning Device Application on
the Provisioning Device handheld.
See the “Configuring a Provisioning
Device handheld” section in the WDM
User’s Guide.
Step 14
Verify if the migrated devices have joined the
R240 network
Verifying if the migrated devices have
joined the OneWireless R240 network on
page 43
Done?
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Verifying the WDM firmware revision
To verify the WDM firmware revision
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1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the WDM.
2
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3
Under Identification group, review the firmware version displayed in the Revision field.
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Configuring Cisco switch port setting
In case you plan to set up a redundant WDM, ensure the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
CISCO switch port, where the WDM is connected, is configured to operate in access mode.
Spanning-tree portfast feature is enabled.
Speed is set to auto.
Port is in full duplex mode.
Replace the sample CISCO switch configuration for WDM port with the following sample port configuration.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
interface FastEthernet 0/1
description WDM port
switchport access vlan 2
switchport mode access
spanning-tree portfast
speed auto
duplex full
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Upgrading the WDM firmware
Download the latest WDM firmware file from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Before upgrading to OneWireless R240.1, make sure that you obtain a valid WDM license key. You can
obtain the license key as a part of OneWireless ordering process. Also, it is not possible to downgrade the
WDM firmware.
Attention
Sync must be disabled on a redundant WDM to allow WDM upgrade. If WDM upgrade is initiated on a WDM when
sync is enabled an error is displayed. You must disabled the sync from WDM PP and again re-initiate the WDM
upgrade.
CAUTION
•
Upgrading the WDM firmware makes the WDM offline for some time. During this operation, all the devices
drop and join the network again.
•
•
Once initiated, you cannot abort the firmware upgrade operation.
The WDM must not be turned off while the upgrade is in progress.
The steps for upgrading the WDM from R202 to R210, from R210 to R220 and then from R220 to R230, and
R230 to R240 are common.
Prerequisites
Ensure that the speed/duplex setting for the network adapter of the computer is set to Auto.
To upgrade the WDM firmware
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1
On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Application.
The WDM Update dialog box appears.
3
Click Browse to navigate to the directory location of the firmware file and click Open. The WDM firmware
file has a .tar.gz extension.
The WDM Update dialog box displays the upload status. Once complete, the Firmware File box displays
the uploaded firmware file.
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Click Update.
The firmware upgrade starts and once complete, the user interface displays a message indicating the result of
firmware upgrade operation.
Attention
At times, the update may take longer than expected and the result of the upgrade may not be displayed. Instead, a
“Page not available” error may appear. In such cases, wait for a minute and then redirect the browser to “https://
<ipaddress>/restartzfs.html” for viewing the result. Do not remove or reboot the WDM during the upgrade
process.
After the WDM upgrade from R220.1 to R240.1 is complete, the WDM reboots automatically.
5
Close and restart the web browser.
6
Log on to the user interface again.
7
Verify the upgraded version of the WDM firmware as follows:
1. On the Selection Panel, select the WDM.
2. On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
3. Under Identification, verify the Revision.
After you have upgraded to the WDM to OneWireless R240, install the WDM license. For detailed
instructions on installing the WDM license, refer to "Installing the WDM license" on Page 24.
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Upgrading the field device firmware
The devices at the farthest hop level must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the field device firmware
1
On the Selection Panel of the OneWireless user interface, select the field device.
You can select multiple devices of the same type using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT
+click to select multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in
succession.
Attention
It is recommended that you select and accept only three devices at a time.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click one of the following icons, as required.
Attention
Application firmware must be upgraded before upgrading the radio firmware.
•
Application: To upgrade the application firmware of the selected field device.
Attention
To initiate the firmware upgrade of the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board using the Application firmware, the SD
card must be inserted in the HCI-1WL (CAN-1WL) board. Also, the SD card should not be write protected.
•
Radio: To upgrade the radio firmware of the selected field device.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
Depending on the firmware type, the available upgrade files appear by default. Select the required file from
the list of upgrade files.
If the file is not available in the list, perform the following steps.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Radio/Application Firmware Upgrade dialog box closes.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box displaying the status of the upgrade appears.
Closing the dialog box allows the upgrade operation to run in the background. The upgrade status is
displayed in the status bar. Click the firmware upgrade status box to open the dialog box again. If multiple
users are simultaneously upgrading different device firmware, all the users can view the progress of all the
device upgrades.
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While upgrading the application firmware of a field device, the LCD display of the field device displays the
firmware upgrade status. The status is displayed until the upgrade operation completes or aborts.
Once the upgrade is complete, the status column displays the status as complete. If firmware upgrade fails
for a device, you can abort the upgrade and start again. To abort firmware upgrade for individual devices,
click the abort button next to the status indicator.
Attention
•
•
To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the field device firmware as follows:
•
•
•
On the Selection Panel, select the field device.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading the FDAP/access point firmware
Download the latest FDAP/access point firmware files from the Honeywell Process Solutions website.
Note that the farthest hop must be upgraded first.
To upgrade the FDAP/access point firmware
1
On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP/access point.
You can select multiple devices using the Selection Panel or the map view. Use SHIFT+click to select
multiple items in a successive list. Use CTRL+click to select multiple items not in succession.
2
On the ribbon bar, in the Upgrade group, click Radio.
The Radio Firmware Upgrade dialog box appears.
3
In the Available Firmware Files list, select the required firmware upgrade file.
By default, the firmware upgrade file appears in the list. If the file is not available in the list, perform the
following steps to open the firmware file.
a
Click Add to browse to the directory location of the firmware upgrade file.
b Click Open.
4
Click Upgrade.
The Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box appears. The Progress column displays the progress of the
upgrade.
Attention
•
•
5
Close the Firmware Upgrade Status dialog box.
6
Verify the upgraded version of the FDAP / Access Point firmware as follows:
•
•
•
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To abort any firmware upgrade operation, click the Abort Upgrade icon adjacent to the upgrade status.
To remove the devices for which the firmware upgrade has been completed, click the Clear Upgrade icon
adjacent to the upgrade status.
On the Selection Panel, select the FDAP / Access Point.
On the Property Panel, expand Device Manager Summary.
Under Identification, verify the Revision.
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Upgrading CISCO WLC firmware
After upgrading the Field device firmware and the FDAP / access point firmware, upgrade the
CISCO WLC firmware. For more information on upgrading the CISCO WLC firmware, refer to
the OneWireless Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide.
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Experion system
Related topics
Supported migration paths on page 83
Planning for migration on page 84
Post Migration tasks on page 85
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Supported migration paths
The following are the supported migration paths for OneWireless integrated with Experion systems.
•
•
Experion R311.x/OneWireless R120.1 to Experion R410.1/Experion R410.2
Experion R400.x/OneWireless R120.1 to Experion R410.1/Experion R410.2
For more informtion on compatibility mapping between Experion and OneWireless releases, refer to Supported
migration paths for OneWireless integrated with Experion systems, available on the Honeywell Process
Solutions website (http://www.honeywellprocess.com).
In Experion R311.x and R400.x, OneWireless product functionality is integrated into the Experion system. This
document describes the tasks that you need to perform to migrate the OneWireless devices integrated with
Experion R311.x and R400.x to Experion R410.x which can then be integrated with stand-alone OneWireless
Network.
The post migration tasks described in this document are required to be followed if you are upgrading an older
version of Experion to Experion R410.x. If you are upgrading from Experion R410.x and above, you can ignore
the post-migration steps.
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Planning for migration
Following are some of the planning considerations that you must review and address prior to starting the
migration.
Planning considerations for Experion
•
Complete the preliminary tasks and premigration checks to ensure that the Experion system is ready for
migration. For more information about the Experion premigration tasks, refer to the Experion migration
documentation.
Planning considerations for OneWireless Network
• Ensure that you have the KeyServerExport Tool available on your system. You can download the
KeyServerExport Tool from http://www.honeywellprocess.com/ web site.
• Analyze the impact of disconnecting the OneWireless R120 mesh and loss of communication with the
wireless field devices.
• Determine the number of WDMs to be configured with the Experion system.
• Download and save the ISA100 Wireless DD files for the XYR 6000 field devices from the Honeywell
Process Solutions website.
• OneWireless Network ID 1 is supported in R120.1 but is not supported in R230.1. Migration from R120.1
with Network ID 1 automatically resets multinodes and field devices to defaults. This allows the use of Over
The Air Provisioning for re-establishing security without having to physically re-key devices.
When migrating from OneWireless R120 with a Network ID 1, all the devices must be re-provisioned before
the migration. The following steps are optional and must be performed only when you face such scenario.
– If the device sensor firmware and the radio firmware are already migrated from R120 to R230,
then perform the following:
1. Configure the R240 system using the First time Configuration Wizard as a new system.
2. Reset the system to defaults.
3. Provision all the devices in the ISA100 Wireless network using over-the-air provisioning method. For
further information about over-the-air provisioning method, refer to the latest Wireless Device
Manager User's Guide.
– If the device sensor firmware and the radio firmware are still loaded with R120 versions, initialize the
Key Server database using Database Manager (dbman), select a network ID between 2 and 65535, and
then provision all the devices in the network before starting the migration. For more information refer to
the R120 set of documents.
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Post Migration tasks
The post migration tasks described in this document are required to be followed if you are upgrading an older
version of Experion to Experion R410.x. If you are upgrading from Experion R410.x and above, you can ignore
the following steps.
8.3.1. Configuring OneWireless Components using Control Builder
This section describes the high-level tasks that you must perform to configure the OneWireless Network
components using Control Builder.
Task
Go to
Configure WDM.
“Configure a non-redundant WDM” or “Configure a
redundant WDM” section in the OneWireless Experion PKS
Integration User’s Guide
After completing the Experion migration, you must create
redundant/ non-redundant WDM blocks using Control
Builder.
Download and import the DD files for the field device.
“Import DD files” section in the OneWireless Experion PKS
Integration User’s Guide
Create field device instances using the DD files.
“Configure field device instances” section in the
OneWireless Experion PKS Integration User’s Guide
Attention
To preserve previously configured CM/SCM/RCM
references to wireless data, the wireless device
blocks should be assigned the tag names and block
names that were assigned to the devices configured
in the previous Experion release.
Import control strategies with connections to wireless field
devices.
“Importing control strategies with connections to wireless
field devices” on page 61
Load the WDM block.
“Loading OneWireless components” section in the
OneWireless Experion PKS Integration User’s Guide
Load the WDM block from the Project view to the
Monitoring view to view the field devices that have joined
the OneWireless Network.
Match devices in the Project view to the uncommissioned
devices in the Monitoring view.
“Commissioning a device” section in the OneWireless
Experion PKS Integration User’s Guide
Using Control Builder, view uncommissioned devices for
the WDM and its associated devices, match the offline
configurations to the uncommissioned devices in the
Monitoring view.
Load wireless device blocks.
“Loading OneWireless components” section in the
OneWireless Experion PKS Integration User’s Guide
Load strategies with connections to wireless data.
“Loading imported strategies with connections to wireless
data” on page 63
Using the OneWireless user interface, upgrade the field
device sensor firmware to the latest OneWireless release
firmware.
”Upgrade the field device firmware” section in the Wireless
Device Manager User’s Guide
The OneWireless R230 base firmware installed during
migration may not be the released firmware and must be
updated. The latest field device sensor firmware files can be
downloaded from Honeywell Process Solutions web site.
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8.3.2. Importing control strategies with connections to wireless field devices
Perform the following steps to import the control strategies that you have exported prior to the migration.
To import control strategies with connections to wireless field devices
1
From Control Builder, choose File > Import.
The Import dialog box appears.
2
Click Browse and browse to the directory that contains the objects to be imported.
The directory C:\Program Data\Honeywell\Experion PKS\IXPORT is selected by default. If you have selected
a different location for storing the exported files, you need to browse to that specific location.
3
In the Available Objects For Import list, click SelectAll to import all the available objects.
•
To import only specific objects from the Available Objects For Import list, perform the following
steps.
1. Press CTRL/SHIFT and click the objects.
2. Click Select.
•
•
The selected objects appear in the Selected Objects For Import list.
If you want to remove all the objects from the Selected Objects For Import list, click Remove All.
If you want to remove specific objects from the Selected Objects For Import list, perform the following
steps.
1. Press CTRL/SHIFT and click the objects.
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2. Click Remove.
The selected objects appear in the Available Objects For Import list.
4
To view the description of the objects in the Selected Objects for Import list and Available Objects for
Import list, select the Show Description check box.
5
If you want to rename the objects already existing in the system while importing, select the Enable Objects
Rename check box.
6
To view the connections from and the connections to the object that is selected for import, Click View
Connection Details.
7
Click Import.
The Importing Data dialog box appears. The Status column displays the status of each point. The New
Name column displays the name of the renamed objects while importing.
After the import is complete, the Importing Data dialog box closes automatically, if there are no errors. If
any errors are encountered during import, the Importing Data dialog box persists until you click Close to
quit the Importing Data dialog box.
Attention
Ensure that all the strategies are assigned to their corresponding CEEs. If not, you must manually assign the
strategies to the corresponding CEEs.
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8.3.3. Loading imported strategies with connections to wireless data
To load the imported strategies
1
In the Project view of Control Builder, select all the strategies that you have imported as described in the
section “Importing control strategies with connections to wireless field devices” on page 61.
2
Right-click the strategies, and then click Load.
The Load Dialog dialog box appears.
3
Verify the following and click OK.
•
Ensure that the Load check box is selected for the CMs or SCMs to be loaded.
•
Ensure that the appropriate automatic change selection check boxes are selected.
The load operation starts and the Load dialog box displays the progress of the load operation.
Attention
Any errors if detected are displayed in the Load dialog box. System prompts you to continue or cancel the load
operation, depending on the nature of the error. It is suggested that you cancel the load, resolve the errors, and then
continue.
After the load operation completes, the Load dialog box closes.
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Third-party licenses
This product may contain or be derived from materials, including software, of third parties. The third party
materials may be subject to licenses, notices, restrictions and obligations imposed by the licensor. The licenses,
notices, restrictions and obligations, if any, may be found in the materials accompanying the product, in the
documents or files accompanying such third party materials, in a file named third_party_licenses on the media
containing the product, or at http://www.honeywell.com/ps/thirdpartylicenses.
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Documentation feedback
You can find the most up-to-date documents on the Honeywell Process Solutions support website at:
http://www.honeywellprocess.com/support
If you have comments about Honeywell Process Solutions documentation, send your feedback to:
hpsdocs@honeywell.com
Use this email address to provide feedback, or to report errors and omissions in the documentation. For
immediate help with a technical problem, contact your local Honeywell Technical Assistance Center (TAC)
listed in the “Support and other contacts” section of this document.
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How to report a security vulnerability
For the purpose of submission, a security vulnerability is defined as a software defect or weakness that can be
exploited to reduce the operational or security capabilities of the software.
Honeywell investigates all reports of security vulnerabilities affecting Honeywell products and services.
To report a potential security vulnerability against any Honeywell product, please follow the instructions at:
https://honeywell.com/pages/vulnerabilityreporting.aspx
Submit the requested information to Honeywell using one of the following methods:
•
Send an email to security@honeywell.com.
or
•
Contact your local Honeywell Technical Assistance Center (TAC) listed in the “Support and other contacts”
section of this document.
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