08-02-2011 09:00 AM
GUI - click on Monitoring > All Access Points > Clear (to the right of the AP you want removed).
01-20-2014 10:48 AM
This does not work. I enter the command and have also tried from the GUI but still... the RAP remains. I have a duplicate RAP I am trying to remove as it seems to be stopping the 2nd RAP with the same name from upgrading.
01-21-2014 07:10 AM
Got the same problem:
One AP61 and another AP105 with duplicate name.
When I try to provision the AP61, the controller always (re)provisions the AP105.
Clearing through GUI or CLI won't work.
01-21-2014 07:11 AM
Did you try the <wired mac> option for the access point that you DO want to remove?
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01-21-2014 08:02 AM
My controller is a OAW-4704 which is essentially an Aruba 3600. Running code 126.96.36.199
I am using RAP-5WN
I just see some weird behavior here. My main problem was that I was not able to upgrade the RAP from 5.x. to the controllers 6.x code. 6.x code was on both partitions of my controller.
Doing a show ap image version ap-name "ap name" I could see that it was trying to load the image. It would reach 1500 seconds then restart indicating to me that there was a time out. I am not sure if something really was timing out because now the RAP has been upgraded. I left it connected for a few hours and it finally took. Which is good :)
Though I still see randomness. Such as, when I go to provision the freshly upgraded RAP with new host switch name and IP address it took 3 tries before it took. ????
Also, I am now able to remove devices from my Global AP List in Monitoring>All Access Points> and clicking the clear button in the GUI. This did not work yesterday. ?????
The only thing I can think of that is different is that I had a RAP stuck trying to upgrade even though I had removed it from the network. I was able to get that RAP to work via the details written above.