[ENG] 2.3. [DKSF 253.6 IU] I Need to Know a Firmware Version, Hardware Version, Serial Number and a Device Model
Information about a firmware version, hardware version and a serial number can be browsed at the home page of a device web interface:
Serial Number – is a unique identification number of a device. It must coincide with a number at the sticker of a device. A serial number of a device cannot be changed.
Device Model – is a model name, which is indicated both on the body of a device and in a web interface.
Firmware Version – is a current firmware version, installed in a device.
A number of a firmware version looks like as follows: DKSF PPP.VV.SS.C-M (for example, DKSF 253.6.1.А-1), where:
- DKSF – is a special prefix for all firmware versions of the company NetPing global Ltd.;
- PPP – is a number of a device model, for which the firmware is designed.
Project numbers usually, but not necessarily, coincide with a project number of a hardware of a device.
- VV – is a version number. The versions are numbered, starting from 1. A version number is changed to the following one if the functionality is significantly extended or changed in the development process;
- SS – is a subversion number. A subversion is changed at any firmware update, including bug fixing, updating internal modules, optimisation;
- С – is a character, which indicates the type of this firmware version. А – is a stable Russian firmware version, В – is a version for testing or the first version of new firmware. E – is a stable version with English interface;
- М – is a numeric suffix, which marks a modification (variant) of a device model, for which a firmware is designed.
Hardware version – is a version of a printing board and/or a configuration of the device.