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Release Notes for Cisco NAC Guest Server, Release 1.0.0
Revised: February 9, 2009, OL-14643-01
These release notes provide late-breaking and release information for Cisco NAC Guest Server, Release 1.0.0. This document describes new features, changes to existing features, limitation and restrictions ("caveats"), upgrade instructions and related information.
These release notes supplement the Cisco NAC Guest Server Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 1.0.0.
Cisco NAC Guest Server Releases
The Cisco NAC Guest Server can be integrated with the Cisco NAC Appliance Manager through its API, or with Cisco Wireless LAN controllers through the RADIUS protocol. Cisco NAC Guest Server is compatible with the Cisco NAC Appliance and Cisco Wireless LAN Controller component versions shown in Table 1
Table 1 Components Supported by Cisco NAC Guest Server
Cisco NAC Guest Server Version Cisco NAC Appliance Version Wireless LAN Controller Version
4.0.1 and later
4.0.219 and later
The Cisco NAC Guest Server is a standalone hardware appliance based on the Cisco NAC Appliance 3310 platform. The Cisco NAC Guest Server is supported only on the NAC-3310 hardware platform.
Note The NAC-3310 appliance is based on the HP ProLiant DL140 G3 server and is subject to any BIOS/firmware upgrades required for the DL140 G3. Refer to Supported Hardware and System Requirements for Cisco NAC Appliance (Cisco Clean Access) for detailed instructions.
Determining the Software Version
The bottom left of the Cisco NAC Guest Server admin console displays the software version. To determine the current software version, login to the administration interface.
To view the software version from the command line:
1. SSH or console to the Cisco NAC Guest Server.
2. Issue the following command:cat /guest/www/admin/includes/version.html
Upgrading to a New Software Release
The Cisco NAC Guest Server come pre-installed with initial software release 1.0.0.
If the appliance needs to be re-imaged, refer to the instructions in the installation chapter of the Cisco NAC Guest Server Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 1.0.0.
To download Cisco NAC Guest Server Software, login to the following website:
The following postgres commands can be used to perform or restore a database backup of the Guest Server.
Backuppg_dump -c -U postgres gapdb -f backup.sql
Restore Backuppsql -U postgres gapdb -f backup.sql
New and Changed Information
New Software Features in Release 1.0.0
Refer to the Cisco NAC Guest Server Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 1.0.0 for a detailed description of all features in the initial release.
This section describes related caveats.
Note If you are a registered cisco.com user, you can view Bug Toolkit on cisco.com at the following website:
To become a registered cisco.com user, go to the following website:
Open Caveats - Release 1.0.0
Table 3 Updates to Release Notes for Cisco NAC Guest Server, Release 1.0.0
Added caveats CSCsm18249, CSCsm18263 to Table 2; updated boilerplate.
Added Backup Information.
Cisco NAC Guest Server Release 1.0.0
For the latest updates to Cisco NAC Guest Server and Cisco NAC Appliance documentation on Cisco.com see: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6128/tsd_products_support_series_home.html
or simply http://www.cisco.com/go/nac/appliance
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