- RFS7000 v184.108.40.206-034R
- WS5100 v220.127.116.11-002R
There were a few points that caught my attention.
- Polycom Certification for AP-650 & AP-7131N. We have successfully completed internal Motorola testing against the Polycom test plan for SVP certification. Expecting to have formal certification in the fear future.
- The AP650 can take up to 2 minutes to download new firmware the first time it is associated to a switch.
- Documentation updated – AP650 is requesting for different DNS alias than AP300.
I searched through the reference guide and found the following regarding the DNS name;
The default DNS name requested by an AP300 is “Symbol-CAPWAP-Address”. Similarly, The default DNS name requested by an AP650 is “WISPE_ADDRESS”. However, since the default name is configurable, it can be set as a factory default to whatever value is needed.
I just recently deployed a RFS7000 installation with approximately 80 AP650s and I can attest that it definitely takes them 2 minutes (I thought it was more like 3-4 minutes) to get going. It appeared to me as though they had to go through an initial upgrade since they rebooted twice before coming online. I’m waiting for the Polycom VIEW certification for this site since we plan on deploying around 120 Avaya 6140 wireless handsets, although we’ll probably deploy them with WMM as opposed to SVP.