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ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

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ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available at https://support.cambiumnetworks.com/files/epmp/

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Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

It's nothing crucial, but did anyone else noticed timers jumping second up and down, or is it just on my devices?

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Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

Hi,

Please refresh browser page.
Most likely it is browser issue.

Thank you.
Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

I tried to close all browsers, clear browser cache and is still happening in Chrome, Mozilla and Edge.

Maybe I am just that lucky, let's see if anyone else noticed anything similar.

 

Thank you for a quick reply

Super Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

No mention of the STP bug on ePMP 2000 APs with Netonix switches. Any resoution there? We are still running 3.4.1 on our 2000's since they won't take 3.5 if they have STP enabled.

 

In addition, any SM with STP enabled in 3.4.1 and 3.5 will not re-acquire it's AP if the AP reboots. The SM must be rebooted for it to re-acquire an AP if STP is on. 

Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

I notice in the release notes > 'known problems' it says "AP drops Elevate radio connections when switching from Fixed to Flexible licencing mode".

Moving to flexible licencing was something I was hoping to move towards, but am wary after seeing this.

However, I thought it was the case that once licences are allocated to an AP in fixed mode they can't be reallocated to the flexible pool, so maybe its not such an issue (or am I wrong on this point). 

 

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Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available


AU Wireless wrote:

No mention of the STP bug on ePMP 2000 APs with Netonix switches. Any resoution there? We are still running 3.4.1 on our 2000's since they won't take 3.5 if they have STP enabled.

 

In addition, any SM with STP enabled in 3.4.1 and 3.5 will not re-acquire it's AP if the AP reboots. The SM must be rebooted for it to re-acquire an AP if STP is on. 


Chadwick,

 

Unfortunatelly we didn't have enough time to investigate issue with Netonix switch deeply and fix it in 3.5.1 Release where other critical fixes were delivered.

We are going to investigate it very soon and provide updates.

We didn't observe same issue with other switches except Netonix.

Sorry for the inconveniences.

 

Thank you.

Moderator

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available


EI3HG wrote:

I notice in the release notes > 'known problems' it says "AP drops Elevate radio connections when switching from Fixed to Flexible licencing mode".

Moving to flexible licencing was something I was hoping to move towards, but am wary after seeing this.

However, I thought it was the case that once licences are allocated to an AP in fixed mode they can't be reallocated to the flexible pool, so maybe its not such an issue (or am I wrong on this point). 

 


Hi,

 

It means Elevate radios are dropped only once after switching from Fixed to Flexible Licensing method and configuration saving.

They reconnects immediately after switching.

Then when Flexible Licensing is running no disconnects occur.

 

Thank you.

Occasional Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

I upgraded one of our ePMP2000 AP's this morning and after the reboot lost all clients. A downgrade to V3.5 made no difference. Power cycling made no difference either.

After the device was factory reset on V3.5 and reconfigured clients reconnected. I upgraded it back to V3.5.1 and lost all clients again.

I then factory reset the configuration on V3.5.1 and clients reconnected. I noticed I had missed changing the bandwidth of the radio which was running on a 20Mhz channel so changed it to 40Mhz (the normal width) and lost clients again.

In the end I have downgraded it to V3.5, factory reset it and reconfigured. Seems stable now.

Anyone else had these issues?

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Super Contributor

Re: ePMP Release 3.5.1 is now available

Have had no issues with our 1000 APs in 20 and 40 Mhz channel widths upgrading to 3.5.1 from 3.5. We are avoiding our 2000 APs due to the STP bug.  We did accidentally take a bridge link of Force 180's to 3.5.1 (from 3.4.1) that had STP enabled and it took down our entire management VLAN with a broadcast storm due to STP flapping.