08-04-2017 12:11 AM
I am having VLAN issue after upgrading to this version. Anybody here having the same issue?
It would be helpful if you describe in more detail what the issue is.
08-04-2017 02:41 AM
08-04-2017 08:21 AM
Custom upgrade of AP no longer work .
Controller says "UPGRADING" but the firmware stay the same .
Change https in the link to http and try again. Does that help?
08-04-2017 08:29 AM
upgrading is with FTP .
What is your current firmware version?
There was an issue with FTP firmware upgrade not working that was fixed in firmware version 3.8.4.
08-04-2017 08:49 AM
Here's my setup:
- I setup a Guest on the Wireless Networks and was tagged on VLAN 99
- I also created a Guests Network with VLAN 99 to enable DHCP Server, Range, and Lease Time for my guests.
Before upgrading to 220.127.116.11, everything is working fine. but now seems is not working anymore and I need to remove my Guest Wireless VLAN in order to work. Hope this helps!
08-04-2017 01:36 PM
Yeah! finally fixed the Javahome detection nonesense I had to re-edit after every controller upgrade.
•US-XG-16 •USW-24Pro•3x US-8 •2x US-8-150
•2x UAP-AC-HD •1x UAP-AC-SHD •1x UAP-AC-XG
08-07-2017 02:15 AM
No problems going from 5.4.16 => 5.5.20 on Ubuntu (with 2 VLANS).
I did come a cropper on the previous update when I ran out of disk space within the "root" folder. Does the installer now check for potential disk space isues? It would be handy if this was possible.
In any case, i learned my lesson and ran the "df -v" command before updating just to be sure.
08-08-2017 09:40 AM - edited 08-08-2017 02:42 PM
Does an upgrade from 5.4.x to 5.5.y force an AP firmware update or can they be done gradually as with third digit(s) updates? Not all my sites have redundant coverage.
[EDIT]: It's late enough for me to consider it legitmate downtime ...
Short answer to my question: no.
Snapshot VM, apt upgrade, reboot. Yawn, another upgrade done in about 10 minutes. This is a VMware VM, Ubuntu 16.04 "Xenial" minimal install with the stable unifi repo. I have 10 sites with between one and six APs each so far. The remotes come in via HA Proxy which I use to slap a Lets Encrypt SSL cert and good quality SSL in front of my unifi controller (and a lot of other webby things). I also use it to keep some of the worst of the nasties out there away from it. I don't have any UBNT switches or firewalls - just a variety of APs.
Just ran through the settings against my docs and upgraded an AP. All looks good. I'll bin the snapshot tomorrow.
Now if only you could enable lldpd via the controller as a policy thing rather than using ssh on individual units.
08-08-2017 11:39 AM - edited 08-08-2017 12:22 PM
When is this getting pushed to the repos? Its been a week.
edit: OK i see whats happened. You guys moved 5.5 to stable and I was still pointing to testing, which has nothing.