Difference between revisions of "Upgrading RouterOS with Dude"

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====Mark as RouterOS====
 
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You need to make sure that your RouterOS devices have been marked as "MikroTik device" and as "RouterOS" in their device settings. You should enter the access name and password in the settings too. To check what version and packages are installed currently, double click the device, and check the package menu:  
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You need to make sure that your RouterOS devices have been marked as "MikroTik device" and as "RouterOS" in their device settings. You should enter the access name and password in the settings too.  
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*[[Image:Dude upgrade4.png]]
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====Check version and packages====
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To check what version and packages are installed currently, double click the device, and check the package menu:  
  
 
*[[Image:Dude upgrade1.jpg]]
 
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Revision as of 10:41, 13 January 2009

The Dude is a free network management and monitoring application by MikroTik. You can also use the Dude to upgrade your routers.

Upload

First you need to add RouterOS packages of all needed system types to the Files menu in the Dude

  • Dude upgrade.jpg

Mark as RouterOS

You need to make sure that your RouterOS devices have been marked as "MikroTik device" and as "RouterOS" in their device settings. You should enter the access name and password in the settings too.

  • Dude upgrade4.png

Check version and packages

To check what version and packages are installed currently, double click the device, and check the package menu:

  • Dude upgrade1.jpg

Upgrade one

The Dude will automatically offer you the correct new version from the context menu of the device:

  • Dude upgrade2.jpg

Upgrade many

You can also go to the Devices panel and see all available RouterOS devices, their status, and upgrade them all from this location:

  • Dude upgrade3.jpg