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MS 9 vs. 10

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MS 9 vs. 10

What is the difference between firmware 9.x and 10.x?

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Re: MS 9 vs. 10

at firmware upgrades you can check release notes

 

Additions

  • Enhanced Storm Control (not available on MS22/42/120/220/320)
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection (not available on MS22/42/120/220/320)
  • SM Sentry Wired Security Integration on MS
  • IPv6 ACLs (not available on MS22/42/220/320)
  • STP Anomaly detection
  • STP Loop Guard
  • Equal Cost MultiPath (ECMP) routing (not available on MS42/320/210/225)
  • Increase minimum fan speed on MS225-48LP/FP series switches to address a condition that can result in fan failure
  • Reduced bootup times for MS120 series switches
  • Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD)
  • Support for Multi-Host and Multi-Auth access policy modes
  • Ability to download diagnostic data about the device from the local status page
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Re: MS 9 vs. 10

well, i was more thinking if there is any difference on the OS version and no so much features.

Like, is ver. 9 linux 3 and ver. 10 is linux 4 ... or is it only new features which makes the difference.

 

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Re: MS 9 vs. 10

We don't know about the OS.  There are a lot of stability improvements in the 10.x code as well.  If you can. use the 10.x code.  It is much better.

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