I like your model breakdown of the bugs. Maybe someone smart at Meraki will start doing that!! You do have the second to last MS390 bug listed wrong. Its a 355 bug.
This is a fun one when you are in the middle of an ISE Rollout:
At least it's identified now.
I would definitely recommend anyone running 802.1x not upgrade to this version due to
That is killing us. Phones and printers are becoming unreachable due to this and it only takes a few minutes of inactivity for them to age out. Very frustrating.
I have an open case. No eta yet but I got asked for more info yesterday and told:
"we have identified some backend issues for this firmware that are likely causing this behavior."
Haven't provided the additional info yet or been able to talk to the tech.
I get the feeling i should delay my upgrade to 14.31 from 12.28.1 set for tonight...
They really should move that bullet point up to the top. This could be very bad for those of us with decent sized ISE deployments. Thankfully, i came here prior to following through 😁
It appears 14.32 is becoming available with the relevant fix. Just got a push notice for it for a client. It’s not showing up in all my orgs yet but I think that can be a propagation delay.
I've just pushed the upgrade to the switches where the PoE was on the wrong ports, I'll repost here once applied with the result.
agreed. I'm having this issue which isn't due to a mac age out and nothing resolves the problem. I either have to remove the access policy or disconnect ethernet and move user's to WiFi
We have and despite the various bug descriptions, the 802.1x bug we have with voice vlan clients is NOT fixed in 14.32
@Mloraditch We just tried it too and we are also having issues with the voice vlan. The bug mentions mac whitelist but we are not doing that. We use 802.1x for voice vlan authentication. Are you doing similar? And do you have a ticket open with them?
I have opened a ticket with meraki about this. Looks like 14.32 fixed the issue for the data vlan but our phones on the voice vlan are disappearing from the switch's mac tables just like data vlan devices did in 14.31. Rolling back to 14.27 again!