My existing NCS is installed with the small deployment and I'll have a total of 94 AP's but we are installing a new data center and replacing the existing 2 WISM blades for 2 new 5508 WLCs and added 20 more AP'S which will total 114 AP's and 4 controllers. The old WISMs blades and new 5508s will be up together until we migrate exisitng AP's to the new 5508s, so do I need to install the medium deployment since Table for Scaling Prime Infrastructure states:
Medium: 500 Total. The mix of devices may included up to:
Wired devices: 300
Autonomous AP's: 300
Unified AP's: 300
Small Deployments are for a total of 250 devices "with up to" 100 Unified AP's and 2 controllers??
Also as part of the download of software for PI 1.3 it includes Automated Deployment Gateway is this a required piece to install for PI?? We don't use Cisco works so I'm not installing the LMS piece.
It appears the upgrade worked or atleast I can logon to the Prime 1.3 web gui.
I wanted to test changing some setting on 2 Ap's via the Sechedule config Tasks->Lightweight AP Templates. I wanted to update the Primary and Seconday controller (Wism 7.235.xx.) I got this error message when I tried to Save it or Apply it:
thanks for any Help.
Here you go?? I wonder if I can download patches..I'll check unless you email me a link:
CiscoNCS/admin# show version
Cisco Application Deployment Engine OS Release: 2.0
ADE-OS Build Version: 2.0.1.038
ADE-OS System Architecture: x86_64
Copyright (c) 2005-2010 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Version information of installed applications
Cisco Prime Network Control System
Version : 188.8.131.52
so sorry I thought I got i all, here you go!
Last login: Thu Jan 9 10:00:53 2014 from ist7c7vkx1.co.marin.ca.us
CiscoNCS/admin# show application
NCS Cisco Prime Network Control System
I hope you went home but I thought, I should try to use IE instead of Firefox to use Prime and guess what it worked!! I was using firefox version 26 which I guess is why it failed when we tested out making changes to the AP's.
So I won't fall back to NCS version I was on.
thanks again for all your help!
Isn't it rediculous the message says:::
Error(s): You must correct the following error(s) before proceeding:
Error:Unknown Exception Occurred. If the problem persists send logs to Tech Support.
And the fix is to use a different browser?
BTW:: Good Idea to try a different browser. By the looks of the Error Msg, it just didn't look like a browser issue to me so I didn't think to do that but certainly will next time on this and probably many, many, many other issues I see-
We only spent about an hour chasing our tails around to see what the issue was.
Again good catch!
I was speaking w/ another customer today who mentioned if the application were re-written to use HTML 5 these type problems would go away.
Glad I could help you get all the way upgraded and all the way up and running and able to push templates to your lightweight APs.