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Registered: ‎04-25-2009

AirWave 7.7 beta is available

HI everyone:

 

I am happy to announce that AirWave 7.7 is available for beta testing. Some of the features include:

 

- Application level visibility (requires AOS 6.2 and higher)
- ARM 3.0 visibility (requires AOS 6.3)
- Support for AOS 6.3
- Serviceability Enhancements 
- Support for Mobility Access Switch configuration(7.1 and 7.2)

- RF Capacity Dashboard (beta)
- Anomaly Detection: Identify anomalies with respect to client count and usage
- VisualRF: Performance improvements, identify planned APs
- New non-flash based graphs

 

For more information on the included features please refer to the attached release notes.  If you are interested in running the beta, please email me and I can send you the instructions. We would recommend that you run the beta on a lab server. We will be sending a temporary license key to install on your lab servers in the beta notification email.

 

Thank you!

 

Sujatha Mandava

Product Manager, AirWave

sujatha@arubanetworks.com

 

 

jhl
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Registered: ‎05-13-2013

Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

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Hello!

 

In january I was told from an AirWave representative that the Cisco 2602i was going to be supported in AirWave v7.7 planned for release in april/may. But I don't seem to find any info about this in the release notes? Is AirWave going to support this AP model?

 

 

Regards,

Jonatan

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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

I'm installing 7.7 in my lab today.  I think I have my 7.6Beta key around here someplace, will I need a new key?

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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

Cisco 1600 is supported in AirWave 7.7. We are still in the process of finishing up the release notes, will be included in the next version.

 

Sujatha

 

jhl
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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

Ok, so 2600-series will not supported in AirWave 7.7?

 

 

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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

Actually I should have clarified, 1600 and 2600 both are supported on 7.7.

 

Thanks
Sujatha

 

 

 

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Registered: ‎04-25-2009

Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

The license key should work as long as it is valid (check the end date in the license key). The only thing to remember with 7.7 is that it is supported only on CentOS 6.

 

Thanks

Sujatha

 

jhl
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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

Thanks for the quick reply.

 

Does the AirWave 7.7 beta also have support for WLC v7.4?

 

jhl
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Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

I got an error message during the process of restoring the backup from the previous version:

Verifying completeness of /tmp/nightly_data001.tar.gz...

...


beam.erl: no process killed
*** FAILED TO STOP RabbitMQ *** at /usr/local/airwave/lib/perl/Mercury/Utility/AMPEnableDisable.pm line 55.
...

 

Restore seemed succesful other than that.


But after reboot the HTTP(s)-server won't answer (but SSH does). I guess I should contact support instead?

 

MVP
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Registered: ‎10-25-2011

Re: AirWave 7.7 beta is available

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Hello

Are you guys updating the postfix release anytime  soon?

I ask this because i cannot use office 365 as a relay server with this.... unless i have a postfix  2.9 and the lastest firmware of airwaves got 2.6.6.

 

Anyways i was trying to relay it because our IPS got banned on the Spam house, i mean all the range... a /17 which belong to the service provider... and well  i though well i will just relay it on my office365 and it just didnt work... then i saw this document...

 

Here is the source

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2600912


Cheers

Carlos

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