The v2.1.1-2 release brings a number of feature enhancements and bugfixes to deliver a better Wi-Fi experience overall.
New features/Enhancements :
Now more information on the workload can be seen under Access Points. New information includes the following and can be visible in the UI as shown in PIC-1
2. Mesh Role :
When two APs are part of a mesh network, the role of each individual AP is now displayed in the UI under Access Points as shown in the picture below (PIC-2). The Access Points page now has an additional column which shows a field called MESH ROLE.
This field will have information about the AP Role. If the AP is the root AP then MESH role will be displayed as “root” if the AP is non-root then displayed as “mesh_Last four digit of Serial Number” with mesh band next to it (see PIC-2). If the AP is not configured as part of a mesh network, the mesh role will be displayed as “-“
Bug fixes :
Sometimes Mesh doesn't work if there is a lot of delay in getting IP address on root AP.
Clients are allowed to associate when mac filter rule is toggled from "allowed" to "blocked"
Apply Button Does not work for Voucher End Duration Configuration
5GHz SSID not broadcasting in APX320
VAPs are getting restarted every 5 minutes when AP is not reachable to the cloud.
Connection to SSID isn't possible if MAC address filtering is configured
Observing "DIAGD: Can't open /proc/net/dev: Too many open files and RSSI log missing" messages in the logs
Known issues :
Clients denied Internet Access to Guest NAT + Static VLAN on Legacy AP Platforms(AP100/AP55/AP15)
Tx/Rx Workload Calculation Is Showing Wrong Value
Packet Capture Fails when we have a Guest+NAT SSID
Multiple Captive Portal SSIDs can be assigned to AP from SSID creation page
In rare instances hostapd is not getting restarted when it gets killed
Sophos Central – Event message doesn’t display under Wireless diagnostics
Few intel clients are getting disconnected intermittently