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    K15 was already installed (if I remember, K.15.0002.something) and we just updated to K.15.0066 or similar. Any particular reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    As said, we need to make as few real changes as possible. That time will come in the summer. As easy as setting up another forefront server would be for the cache is, we could do without raising the amount of servers (physical or virtual).
    Will keep plodding on with the 2 vlans I think for the time being.
    if you did all the major work / config and tested it to death before you made the change you could easily do it in the lunch hour or at the end of the day. it all really depends how complicated your network is at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    K15 was already installed (if I remember, K.15.0002.something) and we just updated to K.15.0066 or similar. Any particular reason?
    i would say the opposite, stay on K15 unless there is anything in the known issues that is going to affect you.

    also the main features of switch premium licence are (VRRP, OSFP and PIM SM/DM) if you don't need any of these features then i wouldn't worry about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by apeman View Post
    if you did all the major work / config and tested it to death before you made the change you could easily do it in the lunch hour or at the end of the day. it all really depends how complicated your network is at the moment.
    At the moment it's a far cry from complicated. With how things are running at the moment it is merely a collection of hubs that happen to have IP addresses

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    K15 was already installed (if I remember, K.15.0002.something) and we just updated to K.15.0066 or similar. Any particular reason?
    Well, Bugs, bugs, bugs, at least those which affected me. So, I´m staying on K14 on my 5400/6200/3500 fleet...

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