JADConfig Software Download
JADConfig is a Windows-only software that will configure select Cisco and Luxul switches and connected Just Add Power devices.
3G - B1.2.1
2G - A6.5.5
Fixes for most issues in v5.0.0
Firmware Update Only can now update already-configured JADConfig systems without disconnecting HDMI cables
Program will auto-update when a new version is detected.
- Test Static Route
- Read Switch Configuration
- Configure a Device
- Firmware Update a Configured System
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Legacy Version (v3.x.x)
JADConfig v3.x.x can be uninstalled without affecting v5.x.x
- Custom Background Patch Failure
- Workaround: Run the JAPBackgroundPatch.exe application and manually patch/upload the correct firmware
- The next justOS firmware release will include an upload field in the web interface to select a custom image file and automatically scale/apply that image to all/target Receivers
- Failure to detect SG300 model number
- Workaround: Update the switch firmware to 184.108.40.206 or later
- Re-patching previously configured units out of order can create a mid-config duplicate IP address issue
- Do not repatch units that already have set IP addresses
- Choose a new J+P LAN scheme for the re-run
- Manually default units that have duplicate IP addresses, reboot the switches and re-run config
- Some devices may report as "Failed" firmware update, even though they succeeded
- Workaround: Check the questionable device web interface (in a "private" browser [no-cache]) and update manually if needed
- This would only be a few units in the system. If the majority report "Failed", then they most likely did fail to update.
- Configure a Device fails when the IP of the new device is adjacent to the IP of another discovered device
- Workaround: disconnect adjacent-ip device (for example, if configuring 10.128.0.3 on a RX, 10.128.0.2 and 10.128.0.4 in the discovery list will cause a failure)
For assistance with running JADConfig or for troubleshooting help, give us a call or Submit a Ticket.
Windows on Mac hardware
We suggest that JADConfig only be run on native Windows hardware to ensure the smoothest configuration process.
We have experienced issues with virtual machines and parallels related to properly bridging the network adapter settings from the Mac to the Windows side. Ideally, the Windows adapter should show the exact same settings as the Mac adapter, but that alone does not guarantee success.
Results include: failure to discover units, failure to configure units, failure to firmware update units resulting in damage to the units, and working perfectly fine the whole way through.
Because of the nature of Mac hardware updates, success one time does not guarantee success at all times.