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These release notes describe what is new or changed in the 8.5.103.0, 8.5.105.0, 8.5.110.0, 8.5.120.0, 8.5.131.0, 8.5.135.0, 8.5.140.0, 8.5.151.0, and 8.5.160.0 release, instructions to upgrade to this release, and open and resolved caveats for this release. These release notes are updated as needed to provide information about new features, caveats, potential software deferrals, and related documents.

The Cisco Mobility Express network solution inherits all features that were released prior to the introduction of the Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.103.0, 8.5.105.0, 8.5.110.0, 8.5.120.0, 8.5.131.0, 8.5.135.0, 8.5.140.0, 8.5.151.0, and 8.5.160.0 with a few exceptions. For information about inherited features that were introduced prior to this release, see the Existing Features section of the Cisco Mobility Express User Guide, Cisco Wireless Release 8.5 .


Note

The Cisco Mobility Express wireless network solution is available starting from Cisco Wireless Release 8.1.122.0.

We recommend that you view the field notices for this release to check whether your software or hardware platforms are affected. If you have an account on Cisco.com, you can find the field notices at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/support/tsd_products_field_notice_summary.html.

However, if you do not have a Cisco.com account, you can find the field notices at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/support/tsd_products_field_notice_summary.html.

Overview of Cisco Mobility Express

The Cisco Mobility Express wireless network solution comprises of at least one 802.11ac Wave 2 Cisco Aironet Series access point (AP) with an in-built software-based wireless controller (WLC) managing other APs in the network.

The AP acting as the WLC is referred to as the master AP while the other APs in the Cisco Mobility Express network, which are managed by this master AP, are referred to as subordinate APs.

In addition to acting as a WLC, the master AP also operates as an AP to serve clients along with the subordinate APs.

Cisco Mobility Express provides most features of a Cisco WLC and has the capability to interface with the following:

  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure—For simplified network management, including managing AP groups

  • Cisco Identity Services Engine—For advanced policy enforcement

  • Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX)—For providing presence analytics and guest access using Connect & Engage

For more information about the Cisco Mobility Express solution, including its setup and configuration, see the Cisco Mobility Express User Guide for Release 8.5 .

Supported Cisco Access Points

The following Cisco Aironet Series APs are supported in the Cisco Mobility Express network:


Note

  • APs listed under master APs can also function as subordinate APs.

  • The software on the APs listed under master APs can be converted from Cisco Mobility Express to CAPWAP Lightweight AP software and vice versa. For ordering information, visit the Cisco Aironet Access Points Ordering Guide


Table 1. Cisco APs Supported in Cisco Mobility Express

Master APs

Subordinate APs

Cisco Aironet 1540 Series

Cisco Aironet 1560 Series

Cisco Aironet 1815i

Cisco Aironet 1815m

Cisco Aironet 1815w

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series

Cisco Aironet 1850 Series

Cisco Aironet 2800 Series

Cisco Aironet 3800 Series

Cisco Aironet 700i Series

Cisco Aironet 700w Series

Cisco Aironet 1600 Series

Cisco Aironet 1700 Series

Cisco Aironet 1810W Series

Cisco Aironet 2600 Series

Cisco Aironet 2700 Series

Cisco Aironet 3500 Series

Cisco Aironet 3600 Series

Cisco Aironet 3700 Series

Cisco Industrial Wireless 3702

Maximum APs and Clients Supported

Depending on the master AP in the Cisco Mobility Express network, the maximum number of APs and clients supported varies. For more information about the APs supported in the Cisco Mobility Express network, see Table 1.

Table 2. Scale Supported in Cisco Mobility Express Network

Master AP Model

Maximum APs Supported

Maximum Clients Supported

Cisco Aironet 1540 Series

50

1000

Cisco Aironet 1560 Series

100

2000

Cisco Aironet 1815i

50

1000

Cisco Aironet 1815m

50

2000

Cisco Aironet 1815w

50

1000

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series

50

1000

Cisco Aironet 1850 Series

50

1000

Cisco Aironet 2800 Series

100

2000

Cisco Aironet 3800 Series

100

2000


Note

If there are more than 25 Access Points in a Mobility Express network, the Master AP(running the Wireless LAN controller function) can service a maximum of 20 clients. This limit only applies to Master AP and not any other Access Point in the Mobility Express network.


New and Changed Features

  • Support for the following access points:

    • Cisco Aironet 1540 Series

    • Cisco Aironet 1815m

  • Support for Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)

  • Support for centralized NAT configuration

  • Easy migration to Cisco Mobility Express network

  • Enhanced best practices with the following provisions in the GUI:

    • Improved support for Apple devices through QoS Fastlane (for iOS application traffic prioritization)

    • Support for ISE RADIUS

    • Support for RF management through Flexible Radio Assignment (FRA)

  • Improved AP Performance screen containing AP join statistics overview

  • Support for external antenna configuration

  • Passpoint

  • Improved rogue AP management

  • Network Management Analytics from Cisco Prime Infrastructure

  • Support for ACL in the GUI

  • TACACS

  • RADIUS Screen

  • User Management Screen

Cisco Mobility Express Software Release Information

The following table lists the Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.103.0 and 8.5.105.0 software for Cisco Aironet APs that are Cisco Mobility Express capable (master APs).


Note

Choose the appropriate AP software based on the following:

  • Cisco Mobility Express software to be used for converting the AP from the unified wireless network CAPWAP lightweight AP to a Cisco Mobility Express-capable AP (master AP)

  • AP software image bundle to be used either for upgrading the Cisco Mobility Express software on the master AP or for updating the software on the subordinate APs or both


Prior to ordering these Cisco Aironet APs, visit the Cisco Aironet Access Points Ordering Guide.

Table 3. Cisco Mobility Express Software for Cisco Aironet APs

Master AP

AP Software for Conversion from CAPWAP to Cisco Mobility Express

AP Software Image Bundle for Upgrade

AP Software in the Bundle

Cisco Aironet 1540 series

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP1540-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap1g5

Cisco Aironet 1560 series

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP1560-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap3g3

Cisco Aironet 1815 series

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP1815i-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP1815-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap1g5

Cisco Aironet 1830 series

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP1830-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap1g4

Cisco Aironet 1850 series

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP1850-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap1g4

Cisco Aironet 2800 series

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP2800-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap3g3

Cisco Aironet 3800 series

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.tar

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-160-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-151-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-140-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-135-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-131-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-120-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-105-0.zip

AIR-AP3800-K9-ME-8-5-103-0.zip

ap3g3

Installing Cisco Mobility Express Software

For software installation instructions, see the “Getting Started” section in the Cisco Mobility Express User Guide for Release 8.5 .

Limitations and Caveats

Known Limitations

  • If the Cisco AP has a Cisco Mobility Express software image, it will not support link aggregation groups (LAG) even if it is 802.3ad (LACP)-compliant.

  • Over-the-DS fast BSS transition and fast transition PSK authentication are not supported.

  • Optimized Roaming and low RSSI check are not supported.

  • When downgrading from Cisco Mobility Express AP version 8.8 or 8.9 to version 8.5 with the Cisco Catalyst 3850 switch, the Cisco AP stops responding and fails to come up as a controller. This issue occurs only when downgrading the AP. The AP upgrades without any issues.

Caveats

Caveats describe unexpected behavior in the Cisco Mobility Express network solution. Severity 1 caveats are the most serious while Severity 2 caveats are less serious. Severity 3 caveats are moderately serious and only select severity 3 caveats are listed here.

The Resolved Caveats and Open Caveats sections list the caveats in the Cisco Mobility Express network solution for Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.103.0, 8.5.105.0, 8.5.110.0, 8.5.120.0, 8.5.131.0, 8.5.140.0, and 8.5.151.0 . The following information is provided for each caveat:

  • Identifier—Each caveat is assigned a unique identifier (ID) with a pattern of CSCxxNNNNN, where x is any letter (a-z) and N is any number (0-9). These IDs are frequently referenced in Cisco documentation, such as Security Advisories, Field Notices and other Cisco support documents. Technical Assistance Center (TAC) engineers or other Cisco staff can also provide you with the ID for a specific caveat.

  • Description—A description of what is observed when the caveat occurs.

Cisco Bug Search Tool

The Cisco Bug Search Tool (BST), which is the online successor to the Bug Toolkit, is designed to improve the effectiveness in network risk management and device troubleshooting. The BST allows partners and customers to search for software bugs based on product, release, and keyword, and aggregates key data, such as bug details, product, and version. The tool has a provision to filter bugs based on credentials to provide external and internal bug views for the search input.

For more information about how to use the Cisco Bug Search Tool effectively, including how to set email alerts for bugs, filter bugs, and save bugs and searches, see the Bug Search Tool Help & FAQ page.

You can access the listed bugs through the BST. This web-based tool provides you with access to the Cisco bug tracking system, which maintains information about bugs and vulnerabilities in the Cisco Mobility Express network solution and other Cisco hardware and software products.

Click the Caveat Identifier number in the table. The corresponding BST page is displayed with details of the bug.


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If the defect that you have selected cannot be displayed, this may be due to one or more of the following reasons:

  • The defect number does not exist

  • The defect does not have a customer-visible description yet

  • The defect has been marked Cisco Confidential

Open Caveats

This section lists the open caveats in Cisco Wireless Releases 8.5.103.0, 8.5.120.0, 8.5.131.0, 8.5.140.0, and 8.5.151.0. These caveats apply to the current release and may apply to previous releases. A caveat that is open for a prior release and is still unresolved applies to all future releases until it is resolved.

There are no open caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.160.0, and 8.5.135.0

Table 4. Cisco Mobility Express: Open Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.151.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvh81525

Wireless Client unable to access Cisco Mobility Express (ME) GUI or SSH when connected to the Master AP.
Table 5. Cisco Mobility Express: Open Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.140.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvh24354

Cisco Mobility Express: 1800 AP disconnects the client during EAP negotiation by reason: MN_REASSOC_TIMEOUT

CSCvk42225

Max client reached on AP. Sending assoc resp failure with reason code 17

Table 6. Cisco Mobility Express: Open Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.131.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvi96718

Cisco Mobility Express unexpectedly reloads on DHCP spamSendConfigSync

Table 7. Cisco Mobility Express: Open Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.120.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvh49820

Modifying WLAN through Cisco Mobility Express GUI causes WLAN to get disabled as PSK is lost

CSCvh59834

Cisco Mobility Express: Cannot change the role of XOR radio from Auto to Manual on Cisco Aironet AP2802E

CSCvh77995

Cisco Mobility Express: DNS is not resolving in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.105.0. DNS query for software upgrade returns "DNS: IP Address not found" error.

Table 8. Cisco Mobility Express: Open Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.103.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvd87518

In Cisco Mobility Express GUI, image transfer via HTTP indicates a failed status when the user is uploading the file

CSCvf04412

Cisco Mobility Express: Cisco AP2800 and AP3800 crash due to watchdog reset (OOM) after 23 days of uptime

CSCvf15340

Cisco Mobility Express master AP crash due to Kernel panic. Synchronisation issues, softlockup: hung tasks observed.

Resolved Caveats

This section lists the caveats that have been resolved in Cisco Wireless Releases 8.5.103.0, 8.5.105.0, 8.5.110.0, 8.5.120.0, 8.5.131.0, 8.5.140.0, and 8.5.151.0.

There are no resolved caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.160.0, and 8.5.135.0

Table 9. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.151.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvh24354

Cisco Mobility Express or Flex local - MN_REASSOC_TIMEOUT / EAP negotiation fails.
CSCvn98598 FT 802.1X clients cannot authenticate after Cisco Mobility Express master AP / N+1 controller failover
Table 10. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.140.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvk62828

Cisco Mobility Express: Need to cleanup "/storage" to make room for corefile

CSCvk62355

CAP2800 on Cisco Mobility Express image 8.6.101.0, 8.7.106.0 reloads unexpectedly in ewsContexSendRedirect200 → ewaDate

CSCvj41817

IOS AP 3702 fails to upgrade from 8.3.141.0 to 8.5MR3 with 3802 as Cisco Mobility Express

CSCvk53963

DNS-ACL - 1815 Cisco Mobility Express switchdriver crashed in 8.8.2.18

CSCvf91292

Cisco Mobility Express: For external webauth/CMX, the WLC landing page is displayed

CSCvk23577

Client is unable to connect due to the 'Failed to create a timer' error

CSCvm01370

Missed committing file during double commit of CSCvj97430

CSCvi96718

Cisco Mobility Express unexpectedly reloads on DHCP spamSendConfigSync

CSCvj39633

CWA WLANs configured in 8.8 is shown as open+macfilter after downgrade to 8.5

CSCvj48448

Need to remove Optimized Roaming option from Cisco Mobility Express from releases earlier than 8.8

CSCvj50100

Cisco Mobility Express8.8: Free memory decreasing on Cisco Mobility Express setups over the time

CSCvj92959

Day0 config push from app to WLC is considered as Dynamic IP instead of static IP

CSCvj97430

Cisco Mobility Express AP - Loop detected that causes AP reboot

CSCvk38453

AP does not initiate the CAPWAP discovery process, it gets stuck during the PNP discovery process

Table 11. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.131.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvg38548

Walk index discrepancy between Cisco Wireless Release 8.6 and 8.4. Needs to be corrected as per Cisco Wireless Release 8.4

CSCvh49820

WLAN disabled after any change due to PSK lost

CSCvi39854

Cisco Mobility Express: HEAP Memory Leak when internal DHCP scopes are used

CSCvi42632

AP generating 'hostapd' core files, WLC uptime goes to zero when this is seen

CSCvi42743

Cisco Mobility Express: Image upgrade is stuck, Slave AP status shows as "Initiated"

CSCvi98154

Cisco Mobility Express SSH stopped working for WLC

Table 12. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.120.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvf88312

Unable to add any source to any destination ACL from the Cisco Mobility Express GUI (0.0.0.0 to 0.0.0.0)

CSCvh32031

Update Root CA certificate to enable Cisco Mobility Express Cisco.com software download method

Table 13. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.110.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCve39780

Cisco Mobility Express controller is dropping some static IP client associations due to DHCP Policy timeout

CSCvf04412

Cisco AP2800 or AP3800 acting as Cisco Mobility Express stops working due to watchdog reset (OOM) after 23 days of up time

CSCvf10810

Partial collection failure for Cisco Mobility Express

CSCvf22977

Not able to delete RADIUS Auth server with RFC3576 enabled from CLI

CSCvf23812

Cisco Wireless Release 8.5: FIQ reset on AP3802 acting as Cisco Mobility Express controller

CSCvf64268

Opening and closing the DHCP lease causes the device to crash

CSCvf76161

Master AP runs with 100% CPU utilization

CSCvf89334

OpenDNS information is lost when the naster AP fails over to the new one

CSCvg13374

CCO download DNS breaks after poll and manually configuring to an invalid DNS server

Table 14. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.105.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCvf47808

Cisco Wave 1 APs: Key Reinstallation attacks against WPA protocol

CSCvg10793

Cisco Wave 2 APs: Key Reinstallation attacks against WPA protocol

CSCvg18366

hostapd deletes client entry when client goes to FWD state in WCPD

CSCvg29019

AP18xx: Bypassed scan in returning to DFS channel after blacklist timeout

CSCvg42682

Cisco Wave 1 APs: Additional fix for Key Reinstallation attacks against WPA protocol

Table 15. Cisco Mobility Express: Resolved Caveats in Cisco Wireless Release 8.5.103.0

Caveat Identifier

Caveat Description

CSCux60726

Cisco Mobility Express: Dynamic Update of MAC OUI

CSCvc31574

Cisco AP2800: Kernel panic - PC is at memset+0x74/0xe0

CSCvc44667

Cisco AP3800 running 8.4.100.0 Cisco Mobility Express image prints "tamd_listener_ap-tam_id" socket error messages

CSCvc69474

Cisco Mobility Express - Ping receive count updates as 3 although the ping sent count hass changed

CSCvc70164

Cisco Mobility Express UI - In release 8.4.100.0 GUI shows DNS resolution failed for the update icon, but user can not do anything about it

CSCvd35885

Cisco Mobility Express-capable AP2800 crashes with the task name: "capwapSocketTask"

CSCvd43452

Cisco AP1832I kernel panic crash in Cisco Mobility Express setup. PC is at vfp_reload_hw+0x30/0x44 crashCisco Mobility Express controllers are in the same VLAN

CSCvd53654

Cisco Mobility Express master AP crashes during upgrade via TFTP (httpImgDwnldTask4)

CSCve11785

Cisco Mobility Express unable to save manual time config after power cycle

CSCve19960

Cisco Mobility Express AP ping repeat count abnormal

CSCve22001

Cisco Mobility Express Default WLAN value changes after the configuration is restored

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