Disclaimer: The MIBs provided in this document are not supported by TAC, the Wireless Networking Business Unit or any other entity at Cisco.
The file attached(ngwc-wireless-mibs.zip) to this document can be used to download the Wireless MIBs for the Converged Access 3850/5760 platforms. This is a temporary solution until they are available for download from the official Cisco MIB locator tool.
This article will be updated to reflect the official location once they are available.
We are happy to announce the first refresh of 8.10MR4 Beta Program for PRODUCTION deployments.
18.104.22.168 is the first qualified Beta Image and is fully BU supported.
After previous 8.10 MR3 CCO, this program is focused ...
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