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Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllersand Lightweight Access Points for CiscoWireless Release 8.2.100.0First Published: December 15, 2015This release notes document describes what is new in Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.0, instructions toupgrade to this release, and open and resolved caveats for this release. Unless otherwise noted, in thisdocument, all Cisco Wireless Controllers are referred to as Cisco WLCs, and all Cisco lightweight accesspoints are referred to as access points or Cisco APs.NoteFor information specific to the Cisco Mobility Express solution, see “Cisco Mobility Express SolutionRelease Notes” section on page 52.Americas Headquarters:Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-1706 USA

Revision HistoryRevision HistoryTable 1Revision HistoryModification DateMarch 21, 2016Modification Details Features Not Supported on Cisco 2504 WLC, page 33– Added Application Visibility and Control (AVC) for FlexConnectcentrally switched access points to the list of not supported features.March 16, 2016 What’s New in this Release?, page 5– Added a Note on Release 8.2 related interface restrictionsMarch 8, 2016 Resolved Caveats, page 40– Added CSCuw03323 to the Resolved Caveats list.March 4, 2016 Upgrading to Cisco WLC Software Release 8.2.100.0, page 20– Documented CSCux75436 kernel route issue.March 3, 2016 Mobility Express Features, page 53– Added information about Cisco CMX support.March 2, 2016 Upgrading to Cisco WLC Software Release 8.2.100.0, page 20– Added a statement that Cisco Aironet 3600 Series APs cannot recognizethe reload command.February 21, 2016 2.4-GHz Mesh, page 10– Rephrased the statements made in this section.February 18, 2016 Features Not Supported on Cisco Aironet 1830 and 1850 APs, page 36– Added Telnet to the list of unsupported featuresCisco Wireless Controller and Cisco Lightweight Access PointPlatformsThe section contains the following subsections: Supported Cisco Wireless Controller Platforms, page 2 Supported Access Point Platforms, page 3 Unsupported Cisco Wireless Controller Platforms, page 4Supported Cisco Wireless Controller PlatformsThe following Cisco WLC platforms are supported in this release: Cisco 2500 Series Wireless Controllers (Cisco 2504 Wireless Controller) Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers (5508 and 5520 Wireless Controllers) Cisco Flex 7500 Series Wireless Controllers (Cisco Flex 7510 Wireless Controller) Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controllers (8510 and 8540 Wireless Controllers)Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.02

Cisco Wireless Controller and Cisco Lightweight Access Point Platforms Cisco Virtual Wireless Controllers on the Cisco Services-Ready Engine (Cisco SRE) or the CiscoWireless LAN Controller Module for Cisco Integrated Services Routers G2 (UCS-E)NoteKernel-based virtual machine (KVM) is supported in Cisco Wireless Release 8.1 and laterreleases.After KVM is deployed, we recommend that you do not downgrade to a Cisco Wireless releasethat is earlier than Release 8.1. NoteCisco Wireless Controllers for High Availability for Cisco 2504 WLC, Cisco 5508 WLC, Cisco5520 WLC, Cisco Wireless Services Module 2 (Cisco WiSM2), Cisco Flex 7510 WLC, Cisco 8510WLC, and Cisco 8540 WLC.AP Stateful switchover (SSO) is not supported on Cisco 2504 WLCs. Cisco WiSM2 for Catalyst 6500 Series Switches Cisco Mobility Express SolutionFor information about features that are not supported on the Cisco WLC platforms, see “Features NotSupported on Cisco WLC Platforms” section on page 33.Supported Access Point PlatformsThe following access point platforms are supported in this release: Cisco Aironet 1040 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1140 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1260 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1600 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1700 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1830 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1850 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 2600 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 2700 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 3500 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 3600 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 600 Series OfficeExtend Access Points Cisco Aironet 700 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 700W Series Access Points Cisco AP802 Integrated Access Point Cisco AP803 Integrated Access Point Cisco ASA 5506W-AP702Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.03

Cisco Wireless Controller and Cisco Lightweight Access Point Platforms Cisco Aironet 1530 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1550 Series Access Points Cisco Aironet 1570 Series Access Points Cisco Industrial Wireless 3700 Series Access PointsNoteThe Cisco 1040 Series, 1140 Series, and 1260 Series access points have feature parity with CiscoWireless Release 8.0. Features introduced in Cisco Wireless Release 8.1 and later are notsupported on these access points.For information about features that are not supported on some access point platforms, see Features NotSupported on Access Point Platforms, page 36.NoteCisco AP802 is an integrated access point on the Cisco 800 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs).For more information about the stock-keeping units (SKUs) for the AP802s and the Cisco ISRs, see thefollowing data sheets: eral/routers/800-series-routers/data sheet c78 461543.html ta sheet c78 ollateral/routers/800-series-routers/data sheet outer-isr/data sheet c78 isr/datasheet c78-682548.html eral/routers/800-series-routers/data sheet c78-519930.htmlBefore you use a Cisco AP802 series lightweight access point with Cisco Wireless Release8.2.100.0, you must upgrade the software in the Cisco 880 Series ISRs to Cisco IOS 15.1(4)M orlater releases.Unsupported Cisco Wireless Controller PlatformsThe following Cisco Wireless Controller platforms are not supported: Cisco 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controller Cisco 2100 Series Wireless LAN Controller Cisco Catalyst 3750G Integrated Wireless LAN Controller Cisco Wireless Controller software for Cisco SRE Internal Services Module (ISM) 300, Cisco SREService Module (SM) 700, Cisco SRE Service Module (SM) 710, Cisco SRE Service Module (SM)900, and Cisco SRE Service Module (SM) 910.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.04

What’s New in this Release? Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series and 7600 Series WiSM Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Module (NM/NME)What’s New in this Release? Cisco Smart Software Licensing, page 6 Increased AP and Client Scale for Cisco Virtual Wireless Controller, page 6 Access Point Provisioning using Plug-n-Play (PnP), page 6 NetFlow Export 2.0, page 7 AVC Enhancements, page 7 Bonjour Gateway with Googlecast Support, page 7 Enhanced wIPS Support for Hyperlocation Module with Advanced Security, page 8 Cisco Air Time Fairness: Client Fair Sharing, page 8 Cisco WLAN Express Enhancements, page 8 2.4-GHz Mesh, page 10 Pre-Shared Key Provisioning Support for Mesh Networks, page 10 Dynamic Management User Login via AAA Server, page 10 Test AAA Command for RADIUS, page 10 Custom HTTP Port for Profiling, page 11 L3 Interfaces for Tunneling Protocols, page 11 Cisco 5520, 8510, and 8540 WLC Updates, page 11 Support for Wi-Fi Certified Passpoint Release 2.0, page 11 Bonjour Gateway on Cisco 2504 WLC, page 12 Increased Channel and Tx Power Support for Various Countries, page 12 Increased Country Code Support, page 13 Security Update, page 14 QoS Mapping, page 14 Cisco Industrial Wireless 3702 Access Point Updates, page 14NoteFor information specific to the Cisco Mobility Express solution, see “Cisco Mobility Express SolutionRelease Notes” section on page 52.NoteRelease 8.2 does not support multiple non-AP Manager dynamic interfaces, untagged managementinterfaces, management interfaces mapped to physical ports, and non-LAG scenarios.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.05

What’s New in this Release?Cisco Smart Software LicensingCisco started the initiative of simplifying customer license management by building a Cisco SmartSoftware Manager portal. It helps the customers understand what licenses they have purchased and whatlicenses they are using. Various other Cisco products are already Smart Enabled and with theintroduction of this release Cisco Smart Software Licensing will now be available on the followingplatforms: Cisco 5520 WLC (AIR-CT5520-K9) Cisco 8540 WLC (AIR-CT8540-K9) Cisco vWLC (L-AIR-CTVM-5-K9)For more information, see the following: Cisco Smart Software Licensing Overview Cisco Smart Software Licensing section in the Cisco Wireless Controller Configuration Guide.Increased AP and Client Scale for Cisco Virtual Wireless ControllerThe capacity of Cisco Virtual Wireless Controllers (vWLCs) is increased with the introduction of aLarge Scale vWLC.Two new SKUs with two types of scaling configurations are available. During installation or upgrade,you can choose between Small Scale vWLC and Large Scale vWLC.This table lists the two types of Cisco vWLCs, their requirements and capacity:Table 2Cisco vWLC Types, their Requirements and CapacityvWLC TypeVirtual CPU MemoryNumber of APs Supported Number of Clients SupportedSmall Scale vWLC 12 GB2006000Large Scale vWLC 28 GB300032000Access Point Provisioning using Plug-n-Play (PnP)The Access Point Provisioning using Plug-n-Play (AP PnP) solution provides staging parameters to anAP before it is associated with a Cisco WLC. Using this staging configuration, the AP gets the run-timeconfiguration when it associates with a Cisco WLC. PnP is supported only on AP recovery images andis activated only for the zero-day deployment. PnP can no longer be initiated after the AP associates witha Cisco WLC for the first time.The following AP scenario is supported: On-premise redirection—Customers hosting the PnP server in their networkThe AP PnP solution is supported on the following APs: Cisco 702i AP Cisco 702W Series APs Cisco Aironet 1600 Series APs Cisco Aironet 1700 Series APsRelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.06

What’s New in this Release? Cisco Aironet 2600 Series APs Cisco Aironet 2700 Series APs Cisco Aironet 3600 Series APs Cisco Aironet 3700 Series APsNetFlow Export 2.0The following are the template enhancements in NetFlow Version 9: New features can be added to NetFlow quickly, without breaking existing implementations. NetFlow is future-proofed against new or developing protocols, because NetFlow Version 9 can beadapted to provide support for those protocols. NetFlow Version 9 is the IETF standard mechanism for information export. Third-party business partners who produce applications that provide collector or display services forNetFlow are not required to recompile their applications each time a new NetFlow feature is added.For more information, see the Configuring NetFlow section in the Cisco Wireless ControllerConfiguration Guide.AVC EnhancementsIn Release 8.2, the following features are available on Cisco WLCs: Protocol Pack 14.0 NBAR Engine Release 3.16(23)FeaturesNote NBAR2 Engine Version 23 is tightly coupled with Cisco Wireless Release 8.2 and aligns withProtocol Pack 14.0. Faster upgrade and downgrade process—Downgrading from Release 8.2 to Release 8.1 changes theprotocol pack to the previously installed protocol pack version, which is Protocol Pack 11.0. Traffic is classified instantly upon Cisco WLC bootup. Support for 1536 applications.Newer protocol packs are tied with Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR) Engine Version 14and later. Protocol packs that are earlier than Version 14 do not work with the new engine.For more information, see the Release Notes for NBAR2 Protocol Pack 14.0.0 for Cisco WirelessControllers.Bonjour Gateway with Googlecast SupportGooglecast Service that uses the service key, googlecast. tcp.local, is supported on the existingimplementation of Bonjour gateway on Cisco WLC.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.07

What’s New in this Release?Enhanced wIPS Support for Hyperlocation Module with Advanced SecuritywIPS support for the 40 MHz to 80 MHz range using Hyperlocation module is introduced. This featuredetects alarms in the 40 MHz to 80 MHz range (if RRM channel scanning is selected) and providesinformation to Cisco Prime Infrastructure (PI). Channel width information is derived from the packetdata rate and sent to the wIPS module, which stores channel width per alarm. Using the show capwapam alarm alarm-id command, you can view the channel width in which the attack has occurred.The wIPS alarm report contains the channel width of the attack and device capability (802.11a/b/g/n/ac).No wIPS-specific configuration is required to enable this feature. The only prerequisite is that RRMscanning must be enabled for this feature to work as expected.Cisco Air Time Fairness: Client Fair SharingIn Release 8.2, Cisco Air Time Fairness can be enforced on clients that are associated with anSSID/WLAN. This ensures that all clients within an SSID/WLAN are treated equally based on theirutilization of the radio air time. This feature is useful in scenarios where one or a few clients could usethe total air time available for an SSID/WLAN, thereby depriving Wi-Fi experience for other clientsassociated with the same SSID/WLAN.For more information, see the Cisco Air Time Fairness chapter in the Cisco Wireless ControllerConfiguration Guide.Cisco WLAN Express Enhancements New best practices added in Release 8.2. For details, see the “Complete List of Best Practices inRelease 8.2” section on page 8. You have the option to ignore a recommended best practice by clicking the Ignore button. TheIgnore button is visible (only for some best practices) when you click the icon to select arecommended best practice. These best practices are added to the ignored list. The best practices information displayed when you click the Learn More button is integrated withthe Cisco WLC software. The Learn More button is visible (only for some best practices) when youclick the icon to select a recommended best practice. Previously, this document was accessible onCisco.com. Updates have been made to the Main Dashboard with the addition of new dashlets. For moreinformation, see the Cisco Wireless Controller Online Help.Complete List of Best Practices in Release 8.2NoteThe best practices introduced in Release 8.2 are listed below in bold. Infrastructure– AVC Visibility– Band Select– Controller High Availability– Disable Aironet IERelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.08

What’s New in this Release?– Disable Internal DHCP– Disable Management over Wireless– Fast SSID– HTTPS for Management– Load Balancing– Load Balancing Window– Local Profiling– mDNS Gateway– Multicast Forwarding– Multicast Mobility– Multicast VLAN– NTP– Tagged Management VLAN– Virtual Gateway IP– WLAN not on Management VLAN Security– 802.1X on AP– CPU ACLs– Client Exclusion– Legacy IDS– Local Management Password Policies– Min Rogue RSSI Threshold– Peer to Peer– Rogue Policies– SSH/Telnet Access– User Login Policies– WLAN with 802.1X– WLAN with WPA2 and AES Policy RF Management– Auto Coverage Hole Detection– Auto Dynamic Channel Assignment– Auto Transmit Power Control– Best Channel Width– CleanAir Detection– Client Band Select– DCA Cisco AP Load– Event Driven RRM– High SSID CountsRelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.09

What’s New in this Release?– Wi-Fi InterferenceNoteThe 40-MHz Channel Width best practice is not available in Release 8.2.2.4-GHz MeshMesh functionality in 2.4 GHz is supported on all APs that support Mesh.In addition, while both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz can be used outdoor across the globe, in Israel, only 2.4 GHzcan be used outdoor. Therefore, a new regulatory domain, –I, and country code, IO, is introduced tosupport the use of 2.4 GHz as outdoor mesh backhaul on Cisco Aironet 1530 and 1570 APs.Pre-Shared Key Provisioning Support for Mesh NetworksSupport is added for the pre-shared key (PSK) functionality that can be provisioned from Cisco WLCand can help make a controlled mesh deployment and enhance mesh access point (MAP) security beyondthe currently used default cisco PSK.With this new feature, MAPs, which are not preset yet with a valid PSK can connect to Cisco WLC usingthe default cisco PSK, during the provisioning window controlled by the Administrator. However, it willthen receive a new PSK from the Cisco WLC, and from that point on, will only be able to connect withthat PSK, and no longer with the default passphrase cisco.CautionIf you want to downgrade from Release 8.2 to an earlier release, we recommend that you change thesecurity method to EAP and then perform the downgrade operation.Dynamic Management User Login via AAA ServerManagement users who are logged in when external servers are not available must reauthenticate whenthe external RADIUS servers are available. Failing to do so will lead to termination of the user sessionto prevent potential operational and security risks. When RADIUS servers are not available,management users are authenticated locally. After the RADIUS servers are back online, managementusers are prompted to log in again within a specific timeframe.For more information, see the Configuring TACACS chapter in the Cisco Wireless ControllerConfiguration Guide.Test AAA Command for RADIUSTo troubleshoot AAA RADIUS interactions for WLAN authentication, test aaa commands areintroduced: Test AAA RADIUS interactions for WLAN authentication by entering this command:test aaa radius username username password password wlan-id wlan-id [apgroup apgroupnameserver-index server-index]Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.010

What’s New in this Release?The test command sends an access request the RADIUS server for client authentication. Accessrequest exchange takes place between Cisco WLC and the AAA server, and the registered RADIUScallback handles the response.The response includes authentication status, number of retries, and RADIUS attributes. View the RADIUS response to test the RADIUS request by entering this command:test aaa show radiusFor more information, see the Troubleshooting AAA RADIUS Interactions for WLAN Authenticationsection in the Cisco Wireless Controller Configuration Guide.Custom HTTP Port for ProfilingWLC can now send HTTP user agent information to ISE for devices that use custom port (not only port80).L3 Interfaces for Tunneling ProtocolsPrior to Release 8.2, the management IP address was used as the tunnel endpoint. Release 8.2 hasallowed the specification of any L3 dynamic interface as a tunnel endpoint, other than the managementinterface, if need be.Cisco 5520, 8510, and 8540 WLC Updates Out-of-Band Management Support—Prior to Cisco Wireless Release 8.2, we recommended that youdo not use the service port for continuous SNMP polling and management functions, except whenthe management interface of the Cisco WLC is unreachable. In Cisco Wireless Release 8.2, thisrestriction is removed.In Release 8.2, the following are supported on the Cisco 5520, 8510, and 8540 WLCs:– SNMP polling v2 and v3– Syslog messaging towards external server– Any form of file transfer, including FTP, TFTP, and SFTP, to/from external server– HTTP and HTTPS access to Cisco WLC– SSH and Telnet Local EAP is supported Wired Guest Access is supportedSupport for Wi-Fi Certified Passpoint Release 2.0In order to support Passpoint Release 2.0 certification, the technical specification of HotSpot 2.0 Release2 has been implemented, which allows an end user, upon reaching a Passpoint 2.0 WLAN, to sign uponline, on the fly, to that WLAN, in the case where no previously known or preferred WLANs wereavailable to allow secure connection.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.011

What’s New in this Release?This is made possible by adding configuration capability to a Cisco WLC to allow clients to connect toan Online Sign-Up (OSU) server and obtain WPA2-Enterprise credentials to perform their subsequentauthentication with the secure Passpoint 2.0 WLAN.For more information, see the Configuring Mobile Concierge chapter in the Cisco Wireless ControllerConfiguration Guide.Bonjour Gateway on Cisco 2504 WLCLimited Bonjour gateway is supported on Cisco 2504 WLC with support for up to 200 instance services.Increased Channel and Tx Power Support for Various CountriesTo maximize the amount of channels supported and transmit power that is specified in the wirelessregulations, the following changes are made in the regulatory domains:Table 3DomainChangeRegulatory Domain ChangeCountryAP Type–E to –S Thailand Indoor andVietnam OutdoorDetails–E Indoor–S Indoor2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP 2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP5180-5320 MHz, 23 dBm EIRP 5180-5320 MHz, 23 dBm EIRP5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP 5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP5745-5825 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP–E Outdoor–S Outdoor2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP 2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP 5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP5745-5825 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP–C to –S MacauIndoor–C Indoor–S Indoor5745-5825 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP 2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP5180-5320 MHz, 23 dBm EIRP5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP5745-5825 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP–N to–S1HongKongOutdoor–N Outdoor–S Outdoor2412-2472 MHz, 36 dBm EIRP 2412-2472 MHz, 20 dBm EIRP5745-5825 MHz, 36 dBm EIRP 5500-5700 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP5745-5825 MHz, 30 dBm EIRP1. –S APs will work with the lower Tx power; –N will continue to use the higher powerPlatforms Supported Indoor– Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access PointsRelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.012

What’s New in this Release?– Cisco Aironet 2700 Series Access Points– Cisco Aironet 1830 and 1850 Access PointsNoteThe 1830 and 1850 APs already support the domain change for Thailand and Vietnam. InRelease 8.2, the APs support the domain change for Macau.– Cisco Aironet 1700 Series Access Points– Cisco Aironet 700i and 700w Access Points Outdoor– Cisco Aironet 1570 Series Access Points– Cisco Aironet 1530 Series Access PointsUniversal PIDs Supported Indoor– Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points– Cisco Aironet 2700 Series Access Points– Cisco Aironet 1830 and 1850 Access PointsNoteSupports Macau changes from –C to –S domain.– Cisco Aironet 700i and 700w Access Points Outdoor– Cisco Aironet 1530 Series Access PointsLegacy APs Changes made in Cisco WLC to support –S domain for Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand, and Vietnam. Changes made in Cisco WLC to support –I domain for Algeria Previously supported domains can continue to associate with Cisco WLC and be supported inaddition to the new domain APs.Upgrade and Downgrade Scenarios When you upgrade to Release 8.2, the regular SKU APs will continue to associate with the CiscoWLC and be operational with both the radios. If a Cisco WLC is downgraded from Release 8.2, the indoor APs deployed in Hong Kong, Thailand,Vietnam, and Macau with –S domain and APs deployed in Algeria with –I domain will continue toassociate with Cisco WLCs. However, the 802.11a radio will not be operational.Increased Country Code SupportIn Release 8.2, you can configure up to 110 country codes per Cisco WLC. Prior to Release 8.2, youcould configure up to 20 country codes per Cisco WLC.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.013

Software Release Support for Access PointsSecurity UpdateSupport for Transport Layer Security (TLS) v1.2 is added in Release 8.2.The following are supported for web authentication and WebAdmin based on the configuration:Note TLSv1.2 TLSv1.0 SSLv3 SSLv2DTLSv1.2 for CAPWAP is not supported.QoS MappingThe QoS Mapping feature maintains the QoS policies in situations where appropriate QoS markings thatmatch the application type are not marked by clients or applications. The administrator maps thedifferentiated services code point (DSCP) to user-priority values in a Cisco WLC, which in turn providesbetter experience to users while using certain applications, such as voice or video applications.For more information, see the Configuring QoS Mapping section in the Cisco Wireless ControllerConfiguration Guide.Cisco Industrial Wireless 3702 Access Point Updates Flexible Antenna Port Support—The Cisco IW 3702 AP model with external antennas can operatein the 2.4-GHz and 5.0-GHz band in one of two antenna band modes.In the single-band mode:– the 5-GHz radio uses antenna ports C and D, each with a single band antenna– the 2.4-GHz radio uses antenna ports A and B, each with a single band antennaIn the dual-band mode, four dual-band antennas are used and both the radios share these antennas. Daisy chaining is supported (support introduced in Release 8.1.111.0)Software Release Support for Access PointsTable 4 lists the Cisco WLC software releases that support specific Cisco access points. The FirstSupport column lists the earliest Cisco WLC software release that supports the corresponding accesspoint. For APs that are not supported in ongoing releases, the Last Support column lists the last releasethat supports the corresponding APs.NoteThird-party antennas are not supported with Cisco indoor APs.Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.014

Software Release Support for Access PointsTable 4Software Support for Access PointsAccess PointsFirst SupportLast 09.0Airespace .98.0—1100 SeriesAIR-LAP11214.0.155.07.0.x1130 SeriesAIR-LAP11313.1.59.248.0.x1140 .116.0—AIR-LAP1262N7.0.98.0—1300 SeriesAIR-BR1310G4.0.155.07.0.x1400 SeriesStandalone Only——1600 —AIR-SAP1602E-xK9-57.4.100.0—700 Series700W Series1000 Series1220 Series1230 Series1240 Series1250 Series1260 SeriesRelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.015

Software Release Support for Access PointsTable 4Software Support for Access Points (continued)Access PointsFirst SupportLast ASA5506WAP702—8.1.120.0—2600 6.120.0—AIR-AP2702I-UXK98.0.110.0—1700 Series1830 Series1850 Series2700 SeriesRelease Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.016

Software Release Support for Access PointsTable 4Software Support for Access Points (continued)Access PointsFirst SupportLast CAP3702P7.6—600 SeriesAIR-OEAP602I7.0.116.0—1500 5103.1.59.244.2.207.54M3500 Series3600 Series3700 Series1Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.017

Software Release Support for Access PointsTable 4Software Support for Access Points (continued)Access Points1520 MeshSeriesAIR-LAP1522AGFirst SupportLast Support-A and N:4.1.190.1 or5.2 or later28.0.xAll other reg. 8.0.xdomains:4.1.191.24Mor 5.2 or later1AIR-LAP1522HZ-A and N:4.1.190.1 or5.2 or later18.0.xAll other reg. 8.0.xdomains:4.1.191.24Mor 5.2 or later1AIR-LAP1522PC-A and N:4.1.190.1 or5.2 or later18.0.xAll other reg. 8.0.xdomains:4.1.191.24Mor 5.2 or later115301550AIR-LAP1522CM7.0.116.0 orlater.8.0.xAIR-LAP1524SB-A, C and N:6.0 or later8.0.xAll other reg.domains:7.0.116.0 orlater.8.0.xAIR-LAP1524PS-A:8.0.x4.1.192.22Mor 5.2 or later1AIR-CAP1532I

Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-1706 USA Release Notes for Cisco Wireless Controllers and Lightweight Access Points for Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.0 First Published: December 15, 2015 This release notes document describes what is new in Cisco Wireless Release 8.2.100.0, instructions to