[HD/SHD/XG] Fix an issue with the reported uplink interface after RF scan when bonding is enabled.
[HD/SHD/XG] Fix 802.1X VLAN reporting when RADIUS VLAN enabled.
[HD/SHD/XG] Increase ntp client update frequency.
[HD/SHD/XG] Improve client STA performance for SSIDs with DVLAN enabled.
[HD/SHD/XG] Remove unncessary logging.
[SHD/XG] Fix a performance issue.
[XG] Re-enable autonegotiation on the 10GbE PHY.
[nanoHD] Add channel utilization counters.
[nanoHD] Add DTIM support.
[nanoHD] Add initial bandsteering support. **
[nanoHD] Add athstats tool.
[nanoHD] Add broadcast filtering support.
[nanoHD] Enable DFS support.
[nanoHD] Fix broadcast filter configuration.
[nanoHD] Fix hidden SSID support.
[nanoHD] Fix a crash triggered by provisioning.
[nanoHD] Fix a bug causing SNMP hostname to disappear after provision and reboot.
[nanoHD] Fix PMF support.
[nanoHD] Various stability improvements.
[UAP-Pro] Remove bandsteering, as it wasn't supported.
[UAP] Disable over the DS fast BSS transition.
[UAP] Fix management VLANs on downlink UAPs (reportedHERE).
[UAP] Fix a bug which would cause 100% CPU use when fast BSS transition is enabled.
[UAP] Various wireless uplink changes, including adding multi-radio uplink support.
[UAP] Track MAC filter rejections.
[UAP] Various bug fixes and improvements.
[USW] Fix a crash caused by autodetect.
[USW] Adjust MAB priority, no longer waiting for 802.1X timeout to process.
[USW] Fix port mirroring provisioning.
[USW] Add switch PoE port overload and disconnect reporting.
[USW] Various bug fixes and improvements.
[HW] L3 adoption and management improvements.
**On nanoHD, if band-steering is enabled, note that single band 2.4GHz client STAs won't be able to connect. This will be fixed in a future release.
We’ve found that some migrations from 5.6 to 5.7 have resulted in Fast Roaming being enabled, which is not our recommendation. If you see this, feel free to disable Fast Roaming on all Wireless Networks.
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