–Choose Cisco Prime Infrastructure, then select the correct version of Prime Infrastructure.
–From the page that appears, download the latest update file (with the extension .ubf).
Note Be sure to download the software updates that match your Prime Infrastructure version. For example, software updates for Release 1.1 can be installed only on Prime Infrastructure 1.1.
–Choose Administration > Software Update.
–Click Upload Update File and browse to locate the update bundles you downloaded.
The Software Updates table appears.
Table 3-2 Software Updates Table
The names of software updates that have been downloaded from Cisco.com.
Date at which the software was published to Cisco.com. The Software Updates table always shows the published dates in chronological order (oldest to most recent).
If the update requires a restart, the value of this field is yes.
If a restart is pending for the update to be complete, the value of this field is yes.
If the software is already installed, this field has a green check mark. If the update bundle has not yet been installed, this field is blank.
To see a detailed description of the software update bundle, select the radio button to the right of the description. A dialog box appears, showing the list of patches in that update bundle
Step 2 To install the software updates:
a. Choose the software updates you want to install, and click Install.
Note When you choose an update, all the uninstalled updates published prior to the update you have chosen are also auto-selected. In Prime Infrastructure, it is mandatory to install software updates incrementally, because older updates are sometimes prerequisites to more recent updates. This behavior also occurs in uninstallation.
The installed software updates appear at the bottom of the table, with a check mark at the Installed column.
b. If the Pending Restart value is yes, restart Prime Infrastructure to complete the update.
c. To uninstall any software updates, select the updates and click Uninstall.
i've already installed the most up to date patch in Prime 1.3 but still doesn't help. Although by setting up a FTP server under Admin->background tasks->Scroll down to other Background Tasks->Controller Config Backup seems to work. which is my alternative to backing up the WLC config. BUT i havent tested a retore yet either to make sure its a completed backup of the WLC config.
Cisco Prime Network Control System
Version : 188.8.131.52
Patch: Cisco Prime Network Control System Version: Update.4.16
Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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