I've inherited a 3200 (non XM) controller that is currently running 22.214.171.124 code. Probably a good idea to get it updated. As far as I can tell I can use 6.1.x.x releases as the latest major branch of code on the non-XM 3200s. My network only consists of AP-105s.
Can anyone think of a problem with moving moving to 126.96.36.199 on this controller. Nothing jumped out at me in the release notes PDF. It's a signifact version jump and I'm only about 2 weeks into my Aruba experience. There maybe known issues I don't know about.
Wireless SSIDs deployed:
Currently tunneling all traffic back to controller and sending it to the appropriate VLAN.
WPA-TKIP w/ 802.1x (Server side cert is already trusted on clients)
A guest portal with no encryption
Hoping to turn on control plane security so I can do bridge mode forwarding instead of tunneling traffic.
Deploy WPA2-AES-PSK for some devices.
Deploy WPA2-AES w/ 802.1x with client-side cert check
Anyone know of any issues with the version jump and/or my future plans for wireless network deployments?
If you have no issues now, you should be fine. You could ask TAC to review your tech-support to see if there is anything specific that you are doing that would keep you from upgrading successfully.
I have three controllers 3200 running this version and there is a memory problem that makes the controllers crash.. this version is not stable.
Hope that helps..
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