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MM Firmware version and MC firmware version-- How different can they really be?

My question is what is the general consensus or best pratice (if there is one) around how far appart the MM and MCs can be on firmware?

Do I want to stay on the same subversion/train(not sure what we call this)? 

IE if my MM is on 8.4.0.5_xxxxx  my MCs should at least be on 8.4.0.0_xxxx?  If MM is on 8.5.0.4_xxxx my MCs should at least be on 8.5.0.0_xxxx? How far apart can they be? Does it matter? I have heard somewhere that you don't want the MM and MCs to be too far apart....not sure what that means or if it's actually matters. Is there any offical aruba stance on this?

Ryan Steele
CRAA
rsteele@columbusairports.com
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Re: MM Firmware version and MC firmware version-- How different can they really be?

Best practice is to always have your MM either using the same version as your MCs or higher version if you required to run a different version on your MM

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: MM Firmware version and MC firmware version-- How different can they really be?

OK that is good to know. What about if they are different how different (how many versions)can they be before it causes problems?

Ryan Steele
CRAA
rsteele@columbusairports.com
Occasional Contributor II

Re: MM Firmware version and MC firmware version-- How different can they really be?

Anyone know how differnt they can be before it's a problem?

Ryan Steele
CRAA
rsteele@columbusairports.com
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