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WAAS 4.1.5a upgrade

Hello,

I'm looking to upgrade from 4.1.3a to 4.1.5a, is there any special way of performing the upgrade that I should be aware of? Has anyone done this upgrade and notice any improvements or improved CIFS capabilities? I'm planning on doing the upgrade this weekend, I want to make sure if I should hold off if there isn't really any difference than the version I'm running. I only upgraded the CM to 4.1.5a for now.

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Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS 4.1.5a upgrade

John,

You are approaching the upgrade from the right method, CM first and then the optimizers. I usually recommend your core WAEs next (Data Centers) and then the edges.

More info can be found here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/waas/v415/release/notes/ws415xrn.html#wp43163

Hope that helps,

Dan

Community Member

Re: WAAS 4.1.5a upgrade

Dan - In the document you recommended to John there is this upgrade requirement:

"Upgrading to version 4.1.5x is supported only from versions 4.0.19, 4.0.25, 4.1.1d, 4.1.3a, and 4.1.3b. If you want to upgrade a WAAS device running a different version, first upgrade to 4.0.19, 4.0.25, 4.1.1d, 4.1.3a, or 4.1.3b, and then upgrade to version 4.1.5x."

So to be clear, if I am running 4.1.3 and want to upgrade to 4.1.5a, I first must go to 4.1.3a(or b) and then to 4.1.5a?

If so is there that much difference between 4.1.3 and 4.1.3a?

Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS 4.1.5a upgrade

Jim,

The upgrade paths documented in the release notes were tested by Engineering. For full support by the Cisco TAC, I recommend that the upgrade path be followed.

Dan

Community Member

Re: WAAS 4.1.5a upgrade

Hi

I have upgraded from 4.1.3b to 4.1.5b. After the upgrade the WAE shows offline in the Central manger. The Have critical alarms.

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