03-20-2017 07:21 AM
Looking at Aruba OS versions in the downloads area and noticed that some Aruba OS versions (184.108.40.206 for example) had an older time stamp (2015) compared to my current OS version's (220.127.116.11) time stamp of 2/2017. Can anyone shed some light on why there would be such a significant difference in time stamps? Based on the version it would seem like 6.4.3 was a newer rev of Aruba OS., but obviously the difference in time stamps has stumped me. Thanks
03-20-2017 07:25 AM
6.4.2.x and 6.4.3.x are different "trains" of code, so 6.4.2.x does not automatically mean that it is older than 6.4.3.x. They are not tied together in that way and are each released on their own independent schedule.
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03-20-2017 07:39 AM
Well that seems a bit confusing. I want to keep our controllers as up to date and on the most stable code version possible. We recently upgraded to 18.104.22.168. Im glad I asked this question, because during our next upgrade window, I probably would have went to 6.4.3. What version would you recommend upgrading to from my current code rev? Or would it be wise to just stick with the code were on for now?