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Contributor I

IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

I received an email from a sales person about upgrading our Aruba IAP clusters to the "new ArubaOS8."  I read the link they had about the OS and it looks interesting, however I can't really tell if any of this pertains to my equipment.  Can I migrate to the new OS with my IAP's?  If so, should I migrate?  Any information to clear this up would be great.  Thanks in advance.

Guru Elite

Re: IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

There is no ArubaOS 8.x for instant available for download.  You should reply to the email and ask them the questions you posted here.


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Re: IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

Adding to what cjoseph said, if the IAPs were converted to CAP (controller-based) and you added controllers, then the AOS 8.x version could apply.
But campus is an entirely different approach.
ryh
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Re: IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

Adding to what cjoseph said, if the IAPs were converted to CAP (controller-based) and you added controllers, then the AOS 8.x version could apply.
But campus is an entirely different approach.
Contributor I

Re: IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

So AOS8 is ONLY for controller based systems, not virtual controllers (IAP's)?  Sorry for asking such a dumb questions but I just don't want to fall behind.  :-)

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Re: IAP 215/315/277 and ArubaOS8

Correct.  Again, ask the sales person exactly what they are talking about.


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