Controller-less WLANs

Disable static channel on IAP
Q:

How to disable static channel from IAP command line?

 



A:

Below are the CLI command by which we can configure a Static Channel and a way to disable it from command line. Use “a-channel 0 0” or “g-channel 0 0” to disable static channel so IAP can switch back to ARM mode.

 

Configure a static channel 

InstantAP# g-channel 11 15
InstantAP# a-channel  40 10


InstantAP# show ap bss-table

Aruba AP BSS Table
------------------
bss                ess            port  ip             phy   type  ch/EIRP/max-EIRP  cur-cl  ap name    in-t(s)  tot-t
---                ---            ----  --             ---   ----  ----------------  ------  -------    -------  -----
18:64:72:bb:d2:53  NXT            ?/?   10.29.163.203  a-HT  ap    40/10/22          0       InstantAP  0        3d:5h:7m:58s
18:64:72:bb:d2:42  mac-auth       ?/?   10.29.163.203  g-HT  ap    11/15/25          0       InstantAP  0        3d:5h:7m:58s

 

Command to disable

InstantAP# g-channel  0 0
InstantAP# a-channel 0 0

InstantAP# show ap bss-table
Aruba AP BSS Table
------------------
bss                ess            port  ip             phy   type  ch/EIRP/max-EIRP  cur-cl  ap name    in-t(s)  tot-t
---                ---            ----  --             ---   ----  ----------------  ------  -------    -------  -----
18:64:72:bb:d2:53  NXT            ?/?   10.29.163.203  a-HT  ap    56-/22/22         0       InstantAP  0        3d:5h:14m:24s
18:64:72:bb:d2:42  mac-auth       ?/?   10.29.163.203  g-HT  ap    1/25/25           0       InstantAP  0        3d:5h:14m:24s

 

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