I have no idea how you've managed to live with LMS 2.5, because it sounds very buggy just based on the feedbacks around here. LMS 2.6 has many stability and bug fixes. I'd look to patch (I hesitate to use the word "upgrade") LMS 2.5 to 2.6 first, if only for the sake of a smoother migration to LMS 3.1.
Incidentally, Cisco's LMS 3.1 "Overview of LAN Management Solution 3.1" has this to say concerning LMS 2.5:
After settling in with LMS 3.1, you might encounter several or more of these bugs, depending on how LMS is used in your environment. The recommended approach is to patch for the ones you actually encounter.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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