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Controlled reboot after firmware upgrade

Hi, 

I am new to Aruba IAPs and so far tested firmware upgrades only on single APs.

Now we have  5  IAP-135 access points.

 

There is a firmware upgrade available.  

Current version 6.2.0.0_3.2.0.0_36559, 

      new version 6.2.0.0_3.2.0.2_37229

So i'm wondering if all APs will reboot simultaneously after I click "Upgrade now" in WebUI ?

Is there a way to reboot them one by one after upgrade?

Will APs with updated firmware still be able to join the cluster with the APs that still have older firmware ?

 

 

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Re: Controlled reboot after firmware upgrade

In the current versions all APs reboot after a SW upgrade.  In the next major release you will be able to upgrade now and reboot later.

 

The Virtual Controller of the cluster owns the version of SW running for the entire group.  If the VC has an old version and an AP joins with a newer version it will downgrade to match the version on the VC.

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