The LORIX One does have two different firmware:
- The legacy firmware
- The LORIX OS
What is the difference?
The legacy firmware is a Linux system that is shipped on the gateway since 2017. You configure it mainly through SSH and the Command Line Interface.
The LORIX OS is a new firmware that has a new architecture supporting On The Air updates an provides a web interface to configure the gateway in a very convenient way. Is is the successor of the legacy firmware and will replace it on the long teer.
Frequently asked questions
For which firmware is this documentation?
You are currently on the LORIX OS documentation. For the legacy firmware version, please click here.
Which one is on my LORIX One?
The gateway is currently shipped with the legacy firmware. If you didn't upgrade it, you have the legacy firmware.
If you don't know if it was updated, you can try to connect to the web interface through your web browser by typing the IP address of your gateway (it must be directly accessible). If you don't get the interface, access the gateway through SSH and the welcome message will show either "LORIX One" (legacy firmware) or "LORIX OS".
I have the legacy firmware, can I upgrade to LORIX OS?
Yes you can, please go on with the setup guide. Be aware that the LORIX OS is currently in Release Candidate and that some breaking changes could still occur.
Will the LORIX OS be shipped as the default firmware?
Yes, when the stable version is released, the new LORIX One will be shipped with LORIX OS. You should get your firsts gateway with LORIX OS around Q2 2020, depending on your supplier stock. A notice will be added in the box to inform you.
Will the legacy firmware still be available?
Yes, even when the LORIX OS is shipped by default, you will still be able to reprogram the gateway with the legacy firmware. However, the legacy firmware will not get any updates.