Really you should look at it more from a question of what software version is compatible for the controller. Once that is answered, the software version will have it's own compatibility matrix. In addition, release notes detailed for every release will specify any FUS required by controller platform. In other words, if I have a 2500 series controller running 7.0.x code, it will not support a 3600 ap deployment. Thx! //art
New version covering common webauth "case generators".
Check your config for common errors that could lead to different failures
New Webex teams room: https://eurl.io/#R6RK2M73v
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