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I upgraded 126.96.36.199.156 last week and had to downgrade back to 9.4 due to the issue. I grabbed the logs from the a couple of the AP's that rebooted and the controllers if Ruckus is interested. Let me know and I can email or open a case again on the issue.
What I observed: Upgraded in the evening (9:00 p.m.?) and everything was great. No reboots overnight. At about 8:15 we started getting AP lost contact messages. It was random from site to site and I would bet that we never had more than 30 clients associated to one AP. At 8:45 a.m. I made the call after 7 different AP's rebooted to downgrade back to 188.8.131.52.16. Since the downgrade, I haven't lost an AP yet and it has been 6 days.
Now, I'm a K-8 school district and at about 8:00 a.m. is when we begin to ramp up for the day. But none of my schools are in session at that time and I wouldn't expect to see more than 300 clients across the entire org. The only thing that I can think that might be an issue, is that we aren't routed at each site but at the district level. This means that the broadcast for a single VLAN could have 1000+ clients (wired/wireless) depending on what network they are connected to (we are changing this over the next 13 months).
Sorry for the length, but the wireless is usually set it and forget it for us. I really want this to work as I'd like to start testing our new 7372 AP as a replacement to our 7363's for future purchases.
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