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WLC upgrade

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Mar 5th, 2014
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I started planning to upgrade the code on my controllers with a certain code that I felt would be right for my company, but after talking to my Cisco rep we decide to move a newer version.



My question is



I loaded the code I thought I was going to onto one my controllers but I have not rebooted, what will happen if I upload the newer version to the wlc now? will it over write what I have already done?

Correct Answer by Scott Fella about 3 years 5 months ago
My question is


I loaded the code I thought I was going to onto one my controllers but I have not rebooted, what will happen if I upload the newer version to the wlc now? will it over write what I have already done?

It will overwrite the last image uploaded.  For code versions, these are what recommended:


7.0.240.0

7.0.250.0

7.4.121.0

7.6.101.7 <-- TAC release


Thanks,

Scott

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My question is


I loaded the code I thought I was going to onto one my controllers but I have not rebooted, what will happen if I upload the newer version to the wlc now? will it over write what I have already done?

It will overwrite the last image uploaded.  For code versions, these are what recommended:


7.0.240.0

7.0.250.0

7.4.121.0

7.6.101.7 <-- TAC release


Thanks,

Scott

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