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When you reset the certificate, App Controller removes the passphrase and the new certificate file overwrites the old certificate file.
When you reset the default certificate, you must restart App Controller.
Please note that new firmware updates replace, and include all content from, previous updates.
The latest update includes the following content: Onkyo has discovered there is a possibility of failure when updating receivers to this new firmware package via ethernet in certain network environments.
If you enable Secure Shell (SSH) access, you can also open any command prompt, such as Pu TTY, and log on to App Controller.
The following sections appear in the App Controller command-line console: You can install multiple instances of the App Controller virtual machine (VM) to create a cluster. All other App Controller VMs in the cluster are called service nodes.
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A firmware update for the TX-NR609 / HT-R990 network A/V receiver is available through the unit’s network connection or USB input.
To reset or power cycle your receiver, unplug it for 15 seconds and then plug it back in.