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Cisco WLC Flex 7500 FUS Version

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Where on my WLC can I see the FUS version.
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by:Craig Beck
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SSH to the CLI and use the show sysinfo command.
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by:ciscosupp
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I run show sysinfo before but could not see FUS version.
Please see attached my output of show sysinfo.
show-sysinfo.jpg
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Sorry, ignore me.  The 7500 doesn't need the FPGA, etc, so you don't see it in sysinfo.  The FUS only upgrades the RAID firmware on the 7500 and there are no commands to confirm the firmware version.

Judging by the boot loader I'd guess you haven't got FUS1.7 OR 1.9 on the WLC.  If you had 1.9 installed the boot loader would be 7.6.
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