Controller-less WLANs

Is it possible to identify Master IAP using Slave IAP serial number in activate?
Q:

Is it possible to identify Master IAP using Slave IAP serial number in activate?



A:

In the below example, Slave IAP serial number is used to identify Master IAP.
Master IAP will be highlighed as controller as shown below.

 

Serial:

CM0321454

MAC:

04:BD:88:C1:E4:9E

Part Number:

IAP-205-RW

Mode:

IAP-SUB

Platform:

Taurus

Current FW:

6.4.3.1-4.2.0.1_51844

Boot Version:

1.5.3.14

Controller:

04:BD:88:C1:E4:94

Devices Associated:

16

 

Once we get the MAC address we can identify the Master IAP serial number in activate.
We can see the mode as IAP-VC which is a Master IAP.

 

Serial:

CM0321449

MAC:

04:BD:88:C1:E4:94

Part Number:

IAP-205-RW

Mode:

IAP-VC

Platform:

Taurus

Current FW:

6.4.3.1-4.2.0.1_51844

Boot Version:

1.5.3.14

Controller:

04:BD:88:C1:E4:94

Devices Associated:

16

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