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Riverbed Xirrus AOS Lite

Version 8.4.4-216
Release Notes

AOS Lite 8.4.4-216

This Release Note covers new features and enhancements, resolved issues, known issues and limitations and is
suitable for deployment in production networks.

Software images:

Please note that there are two binary files. Use the correct one for the type of Access Point. The bin filenames
are:

• XR320-8.4.4-216.bin – this is the binary file for the XR-320


• X2120-8.4.4-216.bin – this is the binary file for the X2-120
Supported Hardware

• All XR-320 and X2-120 Access Points.


Upgrade Recommendations

• It is recommended that you upgrade the firmware via XMS-Cloud or XMS-Enterprise. If you use XMS-Cloud,
your Access Points will be upgraded automatically.
• As an alternative, and only if you don’t use XMS-Cloud, you can manually update the Firmware via SSH CLI,
see Appendix [A] for details.

New Features and Enhancements in AOS Lite 8.4.4-216

• Bug fixes.

Issues Resolved (From 8.4.2-205 to 8.4.4-216)

Element Description of Issue


19308 - Hostname that starts with a number was rejected with an error message. This is now
Hostname
supported per RFC-1123, and may be up to 255 characters.
19533 - Xirrus APs in the network were being erroneously reported as rogues. This will no
Monitor
longer occur.
The server hostapd process might quit, causing stations to be disconnected and be unable to
Radio
reconnect. A recovery mechanism was added to restart hostapd. Stations will automatically
Connectivity
reconnect.

Known Issues in 8.4.4-216

Element Description of Issue


Heavy Load 18701 - AOS Lite Access Points report offline when the CPU is under heavy load.
18945 - Gig port DHCP stops sending Discover Packets when no response from DHCP
DHCP
Server.
X2-120 DNS 19054 - X2-120s intermittently not able to resolve DNS.
19096 - Need to implement airtime fairness to avoid stations losing connectivity when other
XR-320 WLAN
stations are using up more bandwidth

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Element Description of Issue


SSID Traffic 19168 – If a station connects to an SSID with a Traffic Limit, it keeps that limit after switching
Limit to another SSID with a different limit.

Limitations and Conditions of 8.4.4-216

Element Description of Issue


<Per-SSID QoS>, <802.1p Mapping> and <Packet Filter Classification> do not work on 5GHz
5 GHz WLAN
radios.

Device Policy Supports a maximum of 8 device-classes.

Wireless stations associated with the same SSID of 5GHz radio can access each other even if
SSID different VLAN IDs are dynamically assigned to them. You may use the Station-to-Station
Blocking function as a workaround.
STP The STP function has been disabled and removed from the X2-120 and the XR-320.

AOSL devices might not obtain an IP address from DHCP after power up if the DHCP server is
DHCP
not up yet. Please reboot devices or bring up DHCP server in advance;

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Appendix A – Firmware Upgrade


X2-120
• Setup an HTTP Server on PC with IP Address of 10.0.2.100 or any other IP accessible to Device Under Test
(DUT). Put the firmware file in the root directory of the HTTP server and turn on the power of DUT. Wait until
the system has been fully loaded, login to the DUT’s SSH console and follow the instructions below.
Username: admin
Password: admin
# version
# get ipaddr
# firmware-upgrade http://10.0.2.100/X2120-8.4.4-216.bin
# reboot

• NOTE: You may have to manually change the IP address (in red color) to the actual server IP

XR-320
• Setup an HTTP Server on PC with IP Address of 10.0.2.100 or any other IP accessible to DUT. Put the
firmware file in the root directory of the HTTP server and turn on the power of DUT. Wait until the system has
been fully loaded, login to the DUT’s SSH console and follow the instructions below.
Username: admin
Password: admin
# version
# get ipaddr
# firmware-upgrade http://10.0.2.100/XR320-8.4.4-216.bin
# reboot

• NOTE: You may have to manually change the IP address (in red color) to the actual server IP.

Contacting Riverbed Support


Visit the Riverbed Support site to download software updates and documentation, browse our library of Knowledge Base
articles and manage your account. To open a support case, choose one of the options below.

Phone
Riverbed provides phone support at 1-888-RVBD-TAC (1-888-782-3822). Outside the U.S. dial +1 415 247 7381.

Online
You can also submit a support case online

Email
Send email to support@riverbed.com. A member of the support team will reply as quickly as possible.

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