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Message from trent.hurt@louisville.edu

New NCS release is out.  Lots of bug fixes.

 

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/ncs/1.0/release/notes/NCS_RN1.0.2.html#wp208350

 

Trenton Hurt, CCNP(W), CCNA(W), CCNA(V), CCNA(R/S)
Wireless Network Administrator
University of Louisville
Phone (502) 852-1513
FAX (502) 852-1424

 

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Message from caseb@purdue.edu

Has anyone who is running MR2 tried to migrate data from WCS 7.0.220.0? The release notes explicitly say it’s supported but after a 7 hour wait, I was presented with this message last night:

 

**** Appliance Restore Process ****

ERROR: invalid backup file version. Exception: 7.0.220.0 is not a supported WCS version. Please restore a backup of one of the supported versions.

 

Haven’t opened a TAC case yet but that’s going to be my next step. Just wondering if anyone else has had a similar experience yet.

 

Thanks,

--

Brandon Case, CCNA

Network Engineer, ITaP

Purdue University

caseb@purdue.edu

Office: (765)49-67096

Mobile: (765)479-7597

Fax:    (765)49-46620

 

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I've had the same problem, and have a TAC case open. I've had nothing but problems getting the export to work, which was the reason we went to this version of WCS code. 


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