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Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) Software Upgrade

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This video provides a demonstration on upgrading firmware on a Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) using the GUI and the CLI.

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Great Information Rajesh. thanks for sharing.

regards,

Vinay

Very Informative ! Thanks Rajesh.

Thanks a lot Vinay, Lavanya

New Member

Thanks for the video.

New Member

Very helpful. Thanks for the video Rajesh.

New Member

very useful and crisp to the point.thank you

New Member

I am not able to view the video. Could someone repost it?

Hello Nicia,

In case you are using Google chrome, please click on SHIELD icon in the address bar to load the script. The video should come up fine.

Thanks,

Vinay Sharma

Community Manager

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Great video!!

Tks,

Sandro

New Member

Exactly "what the doctor ordered". Great work Rajesh. Thank you. Anyway we can download this?

Hello Brian,

Thanks for your valuable input. Regarding the download feature, it is still in the pipeline and we will have this feature available in near future.

Thanks,

Vinay Sharma

Community Manager

Hello,

When I am upgrading from 7.2.110.0 to 7.2.115.2 following the Cotroller ask for more files.  What other files I need in add to *.aes file?

I check this at cisco.com "Step 18  After the controller reboots, repeat Step 6 to Step 17 to install the remaining file."

This is procedure: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/release/notes/crn7_2_115_2.html#wp976667

I think the is no need for more files.

Thanks in advance.

New Member

Thanks lot...

 

New Member

merhabalar ben modem hızlanması ve yeni güncellemeleri yüklemek istiyorum.video da yazılar gözükmüyor ve daha anlatımlı bir video lazım.

New Member

When is Cisco going to bring the WLC upgrade process up to par with other products like the ASA or ACE where you can upgrade one device at a time? 0 down time is what management is asking for these days.

If there is a road map for this please let me know and if there isn't please consider this a feature request.

Thanks,

Andrew

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Thank you Rajesh for that demonstration. For a very short process there are a couple of trip hazards that I can see. 1. Cisco uses a variety of methods to reference the source tftp image location. With it in the default "Root" we are seeing simply "." 2. At the end of the process there may be differing instructions for different models. Recent reading shows the CT2500 Range to require the "reset system" keyword to save the download and reboot the device. The reload command will remove the image that has been download to RAM only and restart the device with nothing to reference in NVRAM. (In support of a very useful video, which is now in my reference list, thank you)
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