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Documents

Firmware Updates

Upgrading eNodeB

Upgrading CPE

To upgrade the base station firmware from the eNB GUI:

  1. Go to System > Upgrade.
  2. Click on Choose File, and select the new firmware.
  3. Click on Upgrade Now.

Note: GUI menus and navigation may vary from one release to another.

To upgrade eNB firmware from the OMC:

  1. Go to eNB > Upgrade > Software.
  2. Click on the + Add icon in the upper right,and select Software Upgrade.
  3. Accept or change the Task Name, and select the device group in the pull-down menu.
  4. Select the check box next to each eNB you want to upgrade, and “move” them to the Selected section of the window using the right arrow.
  5. Choose the Execute Type, which determines when the upgrade will occur.
  6. Click on Next to bring up a list of image files.
  7. Select the radio button next to the new firmware file name.
  8. Select Finish.
  9. In the list of image files shown on the eNB > Upgrade > Software page, find the new firmware and under Operation select the 3 vertical bubbles icon. If you selected Immediately for the Execute Type, the Operation sub-menu will show “Awaiting Start”. Click on Awaiting Start to initiate the upgrade immediately. If you scheduled the Execute Type, the Operation sub-menu will say Active. If you want to go ahead and start the upgrade now, click on Active. You will receive a Confirm window asking if you want to take the upgrade action immediately. Select OK if you do.
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pBS2120 LTE Release 9, 250 Milliwatt (24 dBm), 2T2R, 2 Port, 13 dBi antenna, 3.5 GHz, Band 48, 3550-3700 MHz, PoE+, Integrated 65 Degree Antenna

 

 

BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC010

Previous Firmware BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC009
Release Notes
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Version V100R1C0B110SPC010
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Bug Fixes:
- Fixed: Secondary MME cannot connect if eNB is powered on with DATA interface disconnected and then connected post-startup.
- Fixed: MME2 is disconnected if IP address changes.
- Fixed: Second IPsec tunnel may become lost.
- Fixed: Traceroute from UE will not show ICMP responses on intermediate hops when eNB is in LGW mode.

Requirements:
- Uboot version should be 1.0.18 or higher.
- Do not upgrade eNB from firmware versions earlier than B100SPC008.
- If upgrading from B100, delete any IMSI bindings before upgrading firmware.
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mBS1100 LTE Release 9, 3550-3700 MHz, 2T2R, 2x1 Watt (30 dBm), 48V DC, 2xRJ-45 interface, external antenna2 Port, 3.5 GHz, Band 48

 

 

BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC010

 

mBS1105 LTE Release 9, 2x1 Watt (30 dBm), 3550-3700 MHz, 2T2R, 48V DC, 1xRJ-45+1xoptical interface, external antenna, 2 Port, 3.5 GHz, Band 48 Gen2

 

 

BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC010

 

mBS11003 LTE Release 9, 2x1 Watt (30 dBm), 2570-2620 MHz, 2T2R, 48V DC, 1xRJ-45+1xoptical interface, external antenna, 2 Port, 3.5 GHz, Band 38 Gen2

 

 

BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC010

Previous Firmware BaiStation_V100R001C00B110SPC009
Release Notes

110.10 (B110SPC010) for Nova R9 base stations has been released. This version mainly addresses some S1 re-establishment bugs when using the MME Pool or CloudCore configuration. Please note that this version is for the 250mW and 1W eNB only and does not include the HaloB function.

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Version V100R1C0B110SPC010 
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Bug Fixes: 
- Fixed: Secondary MME cannot connect if eNB is powered on with DATA interface disconnected and then connected post-startup. 
- Fixed: MME2 is disconnected if IP address changes. 
- Fixed: Second IPsec tunnel may become lost. 
- Fixed: Traceroute from UE will not show ICMP responses on intermediate hops when eNB is in LGW mode. 

Requirements: 
- Uboot version should be 1.0.18 or higher. 
- Do not upgrade eNB from firmware versions earlier than B100SPC008. 
- If upgrading from B100, delete any IMSI bindings before upgrading firmware.
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BRU3510-B4243 LTE Release 9, 2x10 Watt (40 dBm), 2 Port, 3.5 GHz, Band 42/43

 

 

BaiStation_V1.1.0.100.11

 

BRU3528 LTE, 2x10W, 2570-2620 MHz, 2T2R, 48VDC, 2xRJ-45 interfaces(WAN/LAN, external antenna supported, B38

 

 

BaiStation_V1.1.0.100.11

 

BRU3510-B41 LTE Release 9, 2x10 Watt (40 dBm), 2T2R, 2496-2690 MHz, 48V DC, 2xRJ-45 interfaces(WAN/LAN), external antenna, 2 Port, 2.5 GHz, Band 41

 

 

BaiStation_V1.1.0.100.11

 

BRU3511 LTE Release 9, 2x10 Watt (40 dBm), 2T2R, 3400-3600 MHz, 48V DC, 2xRJ-45 interfaces(WAN/LAN), external antenna, 2 Port, 2.5 GHz, Band 42

 

 

BaiStation_V1.1.0.100.11

Previous Firmware BaiStation_V100R1C0B100SPC010
Release Notes
==========================
Version V1.1.0.100.11
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Bug Fixes:
- Fixed: eNB will coredump and reboot if eNodeB process does not send heartbeat to watchdog.
- Fixed: Memory leak issue causes eNB to reboot.
- Fixed: UE fails to properly release due to memory issue.
- Fixed: Maximum downlink throughput dropped to 50Mbps.
- Fixed: Can't select 3600MHz as a center channel.
- Fixed: UE cannot attach due to MSG3 CRC error after S1 is broken.
- Fixed: Error printing SCTP log.
- Fixed: S1 setup failure after disabling and then re-enabling IPsec configuration.
- Fixed: Connection issue to MME2 server due to lost route.
- Fixed: If eNB is disconnected from network after startup but network connection is later restored, connection to MME server will fail.

Improvements:
- Improved: Separate IPsec log from syslog.
- Improved: Print additional debug info for monitoring memory usage.
- Improved: Reboot log displays package source and firmware version of before and after software upgrades.
- Improved: When MME Pool is enabled, specific S1 identities are specified in alarms and status .
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mBS2130 LTE Release 12, 4x1 Watt (24 dBm), TDD, 2T2R per carrier, 48V DC, external antenna, 4 Port, 3.5 GHz, Band 48

 

 

RTD_1.0.4

Global Product Name Version Download
Baicells-HaloB BaiBS_RTSH_2.4.1
Previous Firmware BaiBS_RTSH_2.2.2
Release Notes

BaiBS_RTSH_2.4.1 RC for Nova R9 base stations has been released. This version adds some additional HaloB features and bug fixes. HaloB now supports two modes: Centralized and Standalone. Centralized mode is selected by default and utilizes the cloud OMC+BOSS to dynamically allow the eNB to download the subscriber profiles from the operator’s CloudCore account. Standalone mode is the newly introduced HaloB mode which removes the OMC+BOSS requirement and allows for subscriber profiles to be manually entered into the eNB. Plug-and-play allows operators to configure eNB settings prior to powering on the eNB for the first time. If plug-and-play is enabled in the OMC, then the eNB will automatically download the software version and configuration file as preconfigured for the desired eNB. The LGW data trafic report will be visible in the next cloud OMC+BOSS upgrade.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE: Nova 243 (2*10W eNB | BRU3501,3510,3511), Nova 233 (2*1W eNB | mBS1100,1105), Nova 227 (2*250mW eNB | pBS2120).

KNOWN ISSUE: HaloB Standalone mode will be grayed out as it requires an additional license. For those that require this feature, please reach out to your Baicells sales representative to request a HaloB standalone key. This additional license key requirement will be removed in a future software release.

DISCLAIMER: It is recommended to upgrade to BaiBS_RTSH_2.2.2 or B110SPC009 or newer first before upgrading to this software version. In addition, make sure to have the HaloB license file before upgrading as Cloud EPC connectivity will break after the upgrade. Also note that each license file is tied to a specific eNB serial number.

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Version BaiBS_RTSH_2.4.1 
-------------------------- 

New Features: 
- Added: HaloB Standalone Mode. 
- Added: Plug-and-play via OMC. 
- Added: LGW data trafic report. 

Bug Fixes: 
- Fixed: DNS server IP addresses assigned to UE by HaloB are now set to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. 
- Fixed: Modifying HaloB parameter switch may cause eNB to hang. 
- Fixed: If high volume of UEs attempt to attach at the same time, eNB may crash. 
- Fixed: If there are more than 32 UE IMSI bindings in LGW, eNB will coredump on startup with HaloB enabled. 
- Fixed: When modifying IMSI service plan multiple times, subscriber profile will be deleted from HaloB database and UE can no longer attach. 
- Fixed: eNB will coredump when modifying service plans in BOSS for 96 IMSIs at the same time. 
- Fixed: HaloB setup page and license page appear abnormal after upgrading from previous software version. 
- Fixed: Cell will become inactive when importing HaloB license from OMC. 
- Fixed: Local subscriber database is not cleared when disabling HaloB function. 

Requirements: 
- Uboot version should be 1.0.18 or higher. 
- Do not upgrade eNB from firmware versions earlier than B100SPC011. 
- If upgrading from B100, delete any IMSI bindings before upgrading firmware.

To upgrade the CPE firmware from the CPE GUI:

  1. Go to System > Restore/Update.
  2. Select the check box next to Keep Settings if you want to preserve the CPE’s current configuration settings.
  3. Click on Choose File.
  4. Click on Flash Image.

Note: GUI menus and navigation may vary from one release to another.

To upgrade CPE firmware from the OMC:

  1. Go to CPE > Upgrade > Software.
  2. In the Upgrade Type pull-down menu select either All, ODU SoftWare Upgrade, or IDU SoftWare Upgrade.
  3. Click on the + Add icon in the upper right.
  4. Accept or change the Task Name, and select the device group in the pull-down menu.
  5. Select the check box next to each CPE you want to upgrade and “move” them to the Selected section of the window using the right arrow.
  6. Choose the Execute Type, which determines when the upgrade will occur – either immediately or scheduled.
  7. Click on Next to bring up a list of image files.
  8. Select the radio button next to the new firmware file name
  9. Select Finish.
  10. In the list of image files shown on the CPE > Upgrade > Software page, find the new firmware and under Operation select the 3 vertical bubbles icon. In the Operation sub-menu, click on Active or click on  Awaiting Start > Active (depending on which Execute Type you selected). You will receive a Confirm window asking if you want to take the upgrade action immediately. Select OK if you do.
Global Product Name Version Download
 

CN6671-B4243 Indoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 5 dBi antenna, Band 42/43

 

 

BCE-IDU-1.2.5-R4.bin

 

CN6671-B41 Indoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 5 dBi antenna, Band 41

 

 

BCE-IDU-1.2.5-R4.bin

 

EG2011B-M3 Indoor CPE - CAT 6/7, 2T4R, GDM7243QT, 1GE, 1POTS, 12VDC 1.5A 5 dBi antenna, Band 34/38/39/40/41

 

 

BCE-IDU-1.2.5-R4.bin

Release Notes
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BCE-IDU-1.2.5-R4
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New Features:
- Added: New web GUI
- Added: PCI lock function
- Added: Update TR069 parameters to include: MCS, SINR, APN, and PCI Lock
- Added: TR069 is disabled by default when factory settings are reset
- Added: "Allow HTTPs Login from WAN" parameter is enabled by default when factory settings are reset

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed: Cannot resolve DNS after DHCP server is disabled
Global Product Name Version Download
 

CW0100-B41 Outdoor CPE - Cat 4, 1T2R, 11 dBi antenna, Band 41

 

 

BCE-ODU-1.0.12

 

CW0100-B4243 Outdoor CPE - Cat 4, 1T2R, 11 dBi antenna, Bands 42/43

 

 

BCE-ODU-1.0.12

Previous Firmware BCE-ODU-1.0.8
Release Notes
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BCE-ODU-1.0.12 
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Bug Fixes
-Fixed - Device will get camped on eNB even after eNB goes offline not allowing a reattach. (Cannot come back to home PLMN Cell when camped on PLMN cell)
-Fixed - DNS’ query cannot be resolved when disable DHCP server

New Features
-Add - Change product class name rule in node of tr069
-Add - ping watchdog’s node in TR069

Updates 
- New GUI
Global Product Name Version Download
 

EG7035 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 19.5 dBi, Bands 42/43

 

 

BCE-ODU-1.0.12

Previous Firmware BCE-ODU-1.0.8
Release Notes
========================== 
BCE-ODU-1.0.12 
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Bug Fixes
-Fixed - Device will get camped on eNB even after eNB goes offline not allowing a reattach. (Cannot come back to home PLMN Cell when camped on PLMN cell)
-Fixed - DNS’ query cannot be resolved when disable DHCP server

New Features
-Add - Change product class name rule in node of tr069
-Add - ping watchdog’s node in TR069

Updates 
- New GUI
Global Product Name Version Download
 

EG2030C-M2 Indoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 6.5 dBi antenna, Band 42/43 Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG2030C-M1 Indoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 6.5 dBi antenna, Band 40/41 Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG2030C-M11 Indoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 2CC CA, 6.5 dBi antenna, Band 42/43/48 Gen 2, 1FE, 5V DC 2A

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

Previous Firmware BaiCPE_V100R001C01B005SPC009
Release Notes

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA for Atom 04 (category 4) Gen2 CPEs has been released. This firmware is supported across all LTE bands and on both indoor and outdoor CPEs.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE: Atom OD04H (EG7035E), Atom OD04L (EG7035L), Atom ID04NO (EG2030C).

========================== 
Version BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA 
-------------------------- 

New Features: 
- Added: Added new TR069 parameters: CloudKey and NickName 
- Added: Port triggering 
- Added: Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) 
- Added: IPsec VPN - Added: PPTP VPN 

Bug Fixes: 
- Fixed: Can't set static IP address on device connected to CPE LAN port when using bridge mode 
- Fixed: Version upgrade failure when memory is low 

Improvements: 
- Improved: Allow HTTPs Login from WAN 
- Improved: Enable TR069 and set CloudCore OMC settings by default 
- Improved: Support 12 character passwords
Global Product Name Version Download
 

EG7035L-M1 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 14 dBi antenna, Band 40/41 Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035L-M2 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 14 dBi antenna, Band 42/43 Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035L-M10 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 14 dBi antenna, 1FE, PoE 24V, TDD/FDD Band 7/38, IP65, Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035L-M11 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 14 dBi antenna, 1FE, PoE 24V, Band 42/43/48, IP65, Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

Previous Firmware BaiCPE_V100R001C01B005SPC009
Release Notes

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA for Atom 04 (category 4) Gen2 CPEs has been released. This firmware is supported across all LTE bands and on both indoor and outdoor CPEs.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE: Atom OD04H (EG7035E), Atom OD04L (EG7035L), Atom ID04NO (EG2030C).

========================== 
Version BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA 
-------------------------- 

New Features: 
- Added: Added new TR069 parameters: CloudKey and NickName 
- Added: Port triggering 
- Added: Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) 
- Added: IPsec VPN - Added: PPTP VPN 

Bug Fixes: 
- Fixed: Can't set static IP address on device connected to CPE LAN port when using bridge mode 
- Fixed: Version upgrade failure when memory is low 

Improvements: 
- Improved: Allow HTTPs Login from WAN 
- Improved: Enable TR069 and set CloudCore OMC settings by default 
- Improved: Support 12 character passwords
Global Product Name Version Download
 

EG7035E-M1 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 15.5 antenna, 1FE, 24V PoE, IP67, Band 40/41

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035E-M2 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 19.5 dBi antenna, 1FE, 24V PoE, IP67, Band 42/43 Gen2

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035E-M10 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 1FE, PoE 24V, IP67, TDD/FDD Band 7/38

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

 

EG7035E-M11 Outdoor CPE - CAT 4, 1T2R, 1FE, PoE 24V, IP67, TDD/FDD Bands 42/43/48

 

 

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA

Previous Firmware BaiCPE_V100R001C01B005SPC009
Release Notes

BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA for Atom 04 (category 4) Gen2 CPEs has been released. This firmware is supported across all LTE bands and on both indoor and outdoor CPEs.

SUPPORTED HARDWARE: Atom OD04H (EG7035E), Atom OD04L (EG7035L), Atom ID04NO (EG2030C).

========================== 
Version BaiCE_AP_2.1.4_NA 
-------------------------- 

New Features: 
- Added: Added new TR069 parameters: CloudKey and NickName 
- Added: Port triggering 
- Added: Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) 
- Added: IPsec VPN - Added: PPTP VPN 

Bug Fixes: 
- Fixed: Can't set static IP address on device connected to CPE LAN port when using bridge mode 
- Fixed: Version upgrade failure when memory is low 

Improvements: 
- Improved: Allow HTTPs Login from WAN 
- Improved: Enable TR069 and set CloudCore OMC settings by default 
- Improved: Support 12 character passwords

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