Downloads

MultiConnect rCell: Beta Firmware Available for Evaluation

MultiTech is about to launch a new firmware version for the MultiConnect® rCell 100 family of products.

Schedule: Final Release is expected in June 2019

Overview: This firmware update represents the unification and evolution of well-established MultiTech smart router and gateway firmware platforms.

Release candidate versions of the new MTR firmware are available by request through the MultiTech Support Portal.
1. Visit https://support.multitech.com

a. If you already have a portal account, please sign in using your MultiTech ID and Password
b. It you are visiting the support portal for the first time, please register for an account

2. On the Dashboard page, click on “Create A New Case” toward the top of the page.
3. On the New Case page, confirm your account information and begin to enter your case information:

a. Select Other in the Service Requested drop-down.
b. Select the MTR model that you have from the Product drop-down.
c. In the Subject field, enter Request for MTR Convergence Firmware.
d. Enter a Description of why you are requesting the release candidate firmware.
e. Click on the Submit button to submit the form.

4. Our support staff will assist you through the rest of the process.

Conduit Gateways: Beta Firmware Available for Evaluation

MultiTech is about to launch a new firmware version for the MultiConnect® Conduit® family of products, including:

  • MultiConnect® Conduit®
  • MultiConnect® Conduit® IP67 Base Station
  • MultiConnect® Conduit® AP Access Point

Schedule: Final Release is expected in July 2019

Overview: This firmware update represents the unification and evolution of well-established MultiTech smart router and gateway firmware platforms. In addition to ongoing support of the current feature-sets, Conduit gateway customers can now enjoy the additional security and usability features currently available on the MultiConnect rCell 100 Series router. See the AEP 5 Software Notification for more details.

Beta versions of the new AEP and mLinux firmware are available by request through the MultiTech Support Portal.
1. Visit https://support.multitech.com

a. If you already have a portal account, please sign in using your MultiTech ID and Password
b. It you are visiting the support portal for the first time, please register for an account

2. On the Dashboard page, click on “Create A New Case” toward the top of the page.
3. On the New Case page, confirm your account information and begin to enter your case information:

a. Select Other in the Service Requested drop-down.
b. Select the closest MTCAP, MTCDT, or MTCDTIP model to what you have in the Product drop-down.
c. In the Subject field, enter Request for Conduit Beta Firmware.
d. Enter a Description of why you are requesting the beta firmware.
e. Click on the Submit button to submit the form.

4. Our support staff will assist you through the rest of the process.

LoRa Card Notes:

MTAC-LORA with SPI interface require the following minimal versions:
SPI Card Product IDs

    • MTAC-LORA-H-915
    • MTAC-LORA-H-868

Required Firmware Versions

  • AEP 1.4.3
  • mLinux 3.3.9 or greater

Do not install the MTAC-LORA-H card in the Conduit until the Conduit is verified to have at least the above firmware versions or else the Conduit may fail to power up successfully.

Conduit: AEP Model w/Node-RED (MTCDT or MTCDTIP-x-2xxA)

Firmware Files: (Changelog | Upgrade Instructions)

 

Conduit Access Point: AEP Model (MTCAP)

 

Conduit: mLinux Model

Source Tarballs: (Changelog | Upgrade Instructions)

Other Downloads:

 

LoRaWAN Downloads

Dependencies for Lora Network Server Versions

AEP Packages for Lora Network Server
IPK updates are sometimes made available between AEP releases. If a new version does not appear below the version included with the AEP release should be used.

mLinux Packages for Lora Network Server
See mLinux feeds for IPK, found in arm926ejste directory

 

Conduit: mLinux Model with Redpine Wi-Fi

If you need to download this mLinux version with the Redpine drivers:
If you need to download this mLinux version with the Redpine drivers:

1. Create a support case with the relevant information at https://support.multitech.com including:

a. Select Other in the Service Requested drop-down.
b. Select the closest MTCDT or MTCDTIP model to what you have in the Product drop-down (must be a model that ends in 247L or 267L).
c. In the Subject field, enter Request for Redpine Drivers.
d. Enter a Description of why you are requesting the Redpine drivers.

e. Click on the Save button to submit the form.
2. Our support staff assists you through the rest of the process including obtaining five key files:

a. Source Tarball
b. Redpine Source
c. Base Image
d. Factory Image
e. Pre-built Package

 

 

xDot/mDot Firmware

 

Beta Firmware:

mDot

AT Command Firmware:

xDot

AT Command Firmware:

Dot-Libraries

Useful tips and links:

mDot 2.x Libraries for mbed 5.x/mbed-os:

xDot 2.x Libraries for mbed 5.x/mbed-os:

mDot 0.x and 1.x Libraries for mbed 2.0/mbed Classic:

MTDOT-BOX/EVB

Factory Firmware:

Dragonfly

AT Passthrough Firmware:

Dragonfly Nano

AT Passthrough Firmware:

CoreCDP

Release notes

Source Tarballs:

Other Downloads: