Netgear Smart Switch GS716T v3: Firmware update to V6.3.1.39

Trusty old switch still supported with this July update, Release notes and download link.

How to get the Image to the switch? Go to Maintenance > Download > HTTP File Download and select the image file. Click Apply in the lower right corner and wait until the process finished.

Note: I had to shrink the image filename a bit as the switch didn’t like the length.

Then you can choose to reboot from that image next time

Don’t forget to click on Apply in the lower right corner.

The final step is to reboot the switch which activates the new firmware image.

Netgear GS716T v3: Firmware update to V6.3.1.19

After one and a half year with the Netgear GS716T v3 I’m still pleased. A bit late as the update is around for a while I updated the switch as some bugs were fixed.
Over here you find the download.

You find in this previous article how I did it: Netgear GS716T v3: update Firmware

2018-06-19 Update: for our convenience the general download link to GS716T v3.

Netgear GS716T v3: update Firmware

After trying to see the Device View which is a Java applet I just got a message by my browser that it is blocked. Checked the firmware version and the installed one 6.3.1.4 is older than 6.3.1.11 available on the netgear homepage.

Easy steps to update
I downloaded 6.3.1.11

Upload (save current image)
I saved the current version (named image1) by navigating to Maintenance > Upload > HTTP File Upload, then File Type = archive and Image Name = image1. After clicking APPLY, you can download the current image of the switch.

Download (write new image)
After that I went to Maintenance > Download > HTTP File Download and put the new .stk filewhich is part of the firmware .zip to the switch.

Activating Image
Now to Maintenance > File Management > Dual Image Configuration to activate image2. I also named it according to the firmware version and clicked APPLY. I double-checked via the menu item Dual Image Status:

Screen Shot 2016-03-31 at 22.14.39

Reboot switch
After that I did Maintenance > Reset > Device Reboot. Once the switch was back again after about 2 minutes I checked the used firmware version and it showed the new one. Then I navigated to Device View and – it now works with Java 8. Mission accomplished.