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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

JaCr_2843841
New Contributor II

Hey Guys,

Is there a changelog available for CY43362 firmware?

We need to update firmware to get the KRACK fix, but the 43362 firmware is at least 10 revisions ahead of what we have been using.

I'd like to understand what has changed.

thanks

jc

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GauravS_31
Moderator
Moderator

I believe you have received the new firmware from forum. Let us know if this is still an open issue.

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JaCr_2843841
New Contributor II

Was using 3.0 with .12 firmware.

Want to update to use .22 firmware from 6.0 (to get the KRACK fix).

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JaCr_2843841
New Contributor II

Nada?

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GauravS_31
Moderator
Moderator

I believe you have received the new firmware from forum. Let us know if this is still an open issue.

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AxLi_1746341
Honored Contributor

The point is there is no change log available for the wlan firmware changes.

When providing a firmware update to customers, it's very common the customers

will ask what is fixed by a new firmware.

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JaCr_2843841
New Contributor II

One of the changes that we found with our regression tests is that the softAP now only supports 2 clients

The earlier firmware supported 4 clients.

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AxLi_1746341
Honored Contributor

jacrawfo_2843841 wrote:

One of the changes that we found with our regression tests is that the softAP now only supports 2 clients

The earlier firmware supported 4 clients.

What is the output of below call? (compare new fw & old fw)

uint32_t max_assoc;

wwd_wifi_get_max_associations(&max_assoc);

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JaCr_2843841
New Contributor II

wwd_wifi_get_max_associations() returns 2

AxLi_1746341
Honored Contributor

jacrawfo_2843841 wrote:

wwd_wifi_get_max_associations() returns 2

Then it's obviously a regression.

grsr

GauravS_31
Moderator
Moderator

The new firmware has new features which reduced the available heap memory for allowed STAs, hence the reduction.

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AxLi_1746341
Honored Contributor

grsr wrote:

The new firmware has new features which reduced the available heap memory for allowed STAs, hence the reduction.

The number of supported STA clients is usually in product spec.

You cannot reduce the number of supported clients this way.

This is a valid bug report, AFAICT.