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C25/C4110 end of support

  • 8 March 2019
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Userlevel 7
Hi,

AFAIK both are end of support as per 31.December 2018.

Why is the C4110 still supported with fixes (and the C25 is not)?



https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/release_notes/ExtremeWireless/9035197-14_ExtremeWireless_v10.41.14.0008_RelNotes.pdf

Could you please tell me why this is handled differently ?!

Thanks,
Ron
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Best answer by Gareth Mitchell 8 March 2019, 11:31

Hi Gareth,

sorry but I don't get it - what is changed in the next release !?

-Ron

Sorry Ron, I wasn't clear. You are correct, 4110 is EOS and should be listed as such (in the same way as c25.) The change is in the release notes.

-Gareth
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Userlevel 6
Hi Ron

This is a known errata will be corrected in the next release.

-Gareth
Userlevel 7
Hi Gareth,

sorry but I don't get it - what is changed in the next release !?

-Ron
Userlevel 6
Hi Gareth,

sorry but I don't get it - what is changed in the next release !?

-Ron

Sorry Ron, I wasn't clear. You are correct, 4110 is EOS and should be listed as such (in the same way as c25.) The change is in the release notes.

-Gareth
Userlevel 7
Thx Gareth,

might be that we mean the same....

What confused me is that there is a v10.41.14 file available on the download server so the release notes are kind of correct right now.

Might be that no one told the devs that they no longer need to provide software for the EOS controller 😉

-Ron

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