Cisco Nexus 5548UP switch current Version 5.2 (1) N1 (4)

Hi, we are currently have Cisco Nexus 5548UP switch current Version 5.2 (1) N1 (4)

It is not listed as affected version:

Known affected releases:
5.2 (1) N1(8A)
6.0 (2) N2 (5)
7.0 (3) N1 (0.125)
7.0 (4) N1 (1)
7.1 (0) N1 (0.349)

The fixed versions known as follows:

Known fixed releases:
6.0 (2) N2 (4.3)
6.0 (2) N2(5A)
7.0 (1) ZN (0.615)
7.0 (5) N1 (0.173)
7.0 (5) N1 (1)
7.1 (0) N1 (0.371)
7.1 (0) N1 (1)

It needs to be updated to the latest versions?

If Yes, what version of the fixed known better adapt our current version

Cisco Nexus 5548UP switch current Version 5.2 (1) N1 (4)

Thank you.


I had the same question, so I opened a folder of TAC to find the version of the software. I was told that the software listed as available in the bug report are versions of NX - custom OS and that there was no version patched for the 5548p. The support engineer also said that the updates of Nexus 5 k should not until November or December. The best advice I could get was to subscribe to the bug report and wait to be notified of an available upgrade.

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