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J3591A, HP Secure Web Console firmware


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J3591A, HP Secure Web Console firmware

Hello all,

Looking for a pre v2.0 rev of firmware for this ancient device.

Nothing I've seen in searches indicates previous versions were available for download but I have to believe they were.

I've tried the new hpe community website, (formerly ITRC I believe) but no dice.

Also if anyone is using it still, is there a more modern way to access it other than via an old browser, or any modern network->serial port alternatives?

Many thanks,

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ETHCHECK(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       ETHCHECK(8)

NAME
ethcheck -- check the integrity of Broadcom Ethernet devices' firmware.
SYNOPSIS
ethcheck --integrity-check [-b filename] ethcheck --show-hashes [-b filename] ethcheck --save -b filename ethcheck --cleanup -b filename ethcheck --version ethcheck --help
DESCRIPTION
Ethcheck is an application-layer tool to check the integrity of Broadcom Ethernet devices' firmware. The following commands can be used with ethcheck: --integrity-check attempt to automatically determine which firmware you are running, integrity check against the appropriate file, and report the check result. It requires root privileges. --integrity-check -b filename integrity check the firmware image, and report the check result. --show-hashes print the hashes for the current system's Ethernet devices' firmware to stdout. It requires root privileges. --show-hashes -b filename print the hashes for the given firmware image to stdout. --save -b filename save this Ethernet device(s)'s firmware in file. It requires root privileges. File name(s) will begin with specificed filename and be selected according to device ID(s), machine model name, and firmware's version(s). E.g. filename-eth0-0x14e4-0x1686.nvram.bin --cleanup -b filename zero any privacy-sensitive data (such as MAC address), enabling the file to be shared for analysis. --version print out ethcheck version number. --help display a short help. May 25, 2017

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