Yes, as I said I've had a look through both the web UI and CLI, and can't see any changes.
The output from show run looks like the config file to me - but I didn't try it on 188.8.131.52.
I've got over 30 SG300s here (it's our standard desk-top switch) and I've got a couple on my desk (one purely for testing purposes) so luckily I can afford to install the firmware for evaluation purposes. As you will have discovered with 184.108.40.206, having the release notes is no guarantee that the firmware is reliable
My guess is that the CLI won't have visibly changed, since the CLI guide was CLI_Guide_300_v1.1.pdf I don't suppose we'll get a new one until the firmware goes to 1.2.x.x
My bad. And yes, having test gear would be great, except that I only own one SF300-24 at this time. But you are right about the reliability . I'll give it a test tonight, but only after configuring a 2950 as a failover
Bad news - there's virtually nothing in the way of bugfixes, or new features. Just a long list of "Limitations and Restrictions" - i.e. largely things that don't work properly - "carried over" from release 220.127.116.11. Oh joy.
My own experience to date is that v.18.104.22.168 is much better and more stable than 22.214.171.124 and I suspect that Cisco are just keeping quiet about some bugfixes for reasons best known to them...
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