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AXIS M1013 Network Camera Firmware 5.50.5.4 Download

Posted at October 6, 2022 by PCI-DB Team

Device NameAXIS M1013 Network Camera Firmware 5.50.5.4
CategoryScanner Digital Camera Webcam
ManufacturerAXIS
File Size33.6 MB
Supported OSOS Independent

AXIS M1013 Network Camera Firmware 5.50.5.4 Description

Fixes:

- Improved streaming stability.
- Added information to crash report.
- Solved privacy mask issues.
- Improved ACAP framework stability.
- Fixed issues with carriage returns in e-mails.

UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS

The firmware can be upgraded using AXIS Camera Management, HTTP or FTP.

AXIS Camera Management:

1. Download and install AXIS Camera Management on your computer.
2. Download the upgrade file to a directory that is accessible from your
local computer if the upgrade file is not to be downloaded via
Internet connection from the Axis Support pages.
3. Run AXIS Camera Management. All the Axis devices found on the local
subnet (or on subnets with routers that support multicasting) are shown
in the list.
4. Select the devices that you want to upgrade with new firmware (you can
even select different models) and click the Upgrade icon.
Note: A dialog will open if some of the devices can not be configured,
e.g. if the devices are not accessible.
5. The Upgrade Firmware dialog shows a list of camera models.
6. Click to locate the new firmware versions stored on your hard drive,
select among already downloaded files or select to download official
firmware file from Axis Support Pages (marked with Download).
This needs to be done for each Axis network camera or video encoder
model.
7. Click OK to start upgrading the devices.

HTTP:

1. Download the upgrade file to a directory that is accessible from your
local computer.
2. Go to the product's start page (e.g. http://192.168.0.90).
3. Click the Setup link and log in as "root" (or any other user with
Administrator privileges). You must be logged in as an Administrator to
upgrade the unit.
4. Click System Options in the menu to the left.
5. Click Maintenance.
6. Click the Browse button in the Upgrade Server section.
7. Select the upgrade file you downloaded (and maybe decompressed) from our site. This file is typically named after the product and Firmware version.
8. Click the Open button.
9. Click the Upgrade button in the Upgrade Server section.
10. Wait for the flash load to complete, which may take 1-10 minutes. The upgrade procedure is in four steps:
- Step 1, Shut down: Running applications are shut down and active connections are terminated.
- Step 2, Uploading firmware: The old firmware will be erased and the new firmware will be saved. During this step, the Power LED will blink green/amber. After a while the progress of the upgrade will be displayed in the Web browser.
- Step 3, Reboot: The system restarts automatically.
- Step 4, Reconfiguration:The new firmware settings are configured to match the previous settings.The Status LED will be amber during this step.
11. After the upgrade has completed, the unit will automatically initiate the
system, during which the Status LED blinks amber. When initiation is
complete and the system is ready for use, the Status LED will be green.

FTP:

1. You must be at the command prompt and in the directory that contains the upgrade file. Example: C:\Axis\Product\Firmware
2. From the command prompt, open an FTP connection to the unit you wish to upgrade. (Do not use a Windows based FTP-program to do this, use only
command line FTP programs!)
3. Log in as root. You must be logged in as the root user to upgrade the unit.
4. Change to binary transfer mode by typing bin and press enter.
5. Type hash and press enter. (This will allow you to see how the upgrade
progresses)
6. Type the command put XXX.bin flash where XXX.bin is the name of the upgrade file you downloaded (and maybe decompressed) from our site. This file is typically named after the product and Firmware version.
7. Wait for the flash load to complete, which may take 1-10 minutes. The
upgrade procedure is in four steps:
- Step 1, Shut down: Running applications are shut down and active connections are terminated.
- Step 2, Uploading firmware: The old firmware will be erased and the new firmware will be saved. During this step, the Power LED will blink green/amber. After a while the progress of the upgrade will be displayed in the command prompt.
- Step 3, Reboot: The FTP session terminates and the system restarts automatically.
- Step 4, Reconfiguration: The new firmware settings are configured to match the previous settings. The Status LED will be amber during this step.
8. After the upgrade has completed, the unit will automatically initiate the system, during which the Status LED blinks amber. When initiation is complete and the system is ready for use, the Status LED will be green.

Manual Installation with ARP/Ping

The device can alternatively be installed using the ARP and Ping commands.
1. Acquire an unused IP address for the camera. This IP address must be on the same subnet as your computer.
2. Locate the serial number (S/N) on the camera’s rear label.
3. From a computer on your network, open a Command Prompt (in Windows: from the Start menu, select Run... and type cmd in the field. Click OK).
4. As appropriate for your operating system, enter the following commands:
Windows syntax: Windows example:
arp -s <IP Address> <Serial Number>
ping -l 408 -t <IP Address>

UNIX/Linux/Mac syntax: UNIX/Linux/Mac example:
arp -s <IP Address> <Serial Number> temp
ping -s 408 <IP Address>
5. Check that the network cable is connected. Start/restart the camera by disconnecting and reconnecting the power cable.
6. Close the Command prompt when you see ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’
7. The IP address has been set when the Power indicator is permanently lit and the Network indicator flashes intermittently.
8. Start your browser, enter the IP address of the camera in the Location/Address field and press Enter on your keyboard.

About Network Camera Firmware:

Updating to a newer firmware version than the one already installed on your network camera can improve the device’s overall performance and stability, resolve various issues, and add support for newly developed features or enhance existing ones.

On the other hand, downgrading the camera’s firmware can recover its functionality in the unlikely event the currently installed version is faulty, or the device’s performance dropped after an upgrade. However, bear in mind that applying an earlier build might not always be possible.

Changing the camera’s firmware must be performed when the new release resolves an issue that your device has encountered or adds a new feature (or enhances an existing one) that could prove useful to you.

As for the installation method, the steps vary depending on the model you own, but basically, you must connect your camera via an Ethernet cable (username and password required), and use the downloadable file in the Firmware Update section to upgrade your device. Make sure you do not interrupt the installation process.

However, make sure you carefully read and understand the installation steps so that you don’t end up with a broken device. This process isn’t intended to be destructive, but still, it’s best to save all configurations before applying a different firmware.

That being said, if you consider that this firmware improves your device in any way, then hit the download button and get the desired version; if not, check our website as often as possible so that you don’t miss the update that will boost your camera’s performance.

  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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