So I see that the WLC hardware itself is not affected, but the AP's are (I have tons of affected lightweights in my network)
I see that the 8.3.130 software is available for the 5508 controller, looks like it was released end September. The same goes for the 5520 controller.
This is the updates to go for related to this bug ? For both the 5520 and the 5508..... right ? :)
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So the 8.3.130 I listed there don't cut it ?
Remember, the problem is not just at the AP-end. Both APs and wireless clients need to be patched. Patching the client will only fix 9 out of 10 vulnerabilities.
Right now, there are some confusion about 188.8.131.52. For one, it was released on September 2017 but why, in the Security Advisory, does it state a release date 16 October 2017?
To err on the side of caution: I'm going to state that I'd rather wait for the fix release (soon).
Kindly delay with doing any upgrade to 184.108.40.206. During their testing phase (after the release) they found some issues affecting non-Wave 2 APs. They've found what the issue is and they're testing the new fix before releasing the fix version on 23 October 2017.
I have updated my earlier post of the ETA of the fix to reflect the new development.
Thanx, then we'll hang back for some days and see what the Cisco dudes come up with. :)
A quick update to anyone reading this thread and intending to upgrade to 220.127.116.11:
Cisco TAC has recommended anyone to HOLD OFF upgrading to 18.104.22.168. TAC has identified a Severity 1 bug which causes the controller to crash after upgrading to 22.214.171.124.
There are no reported issues in regards to other versions.