05-02-2013 07:34 AM
I have just installed an IAP 105 cluster. The issue I have is. When the master IAP is rebooted, It does not take over the role of master. It just blinks Red lights on the antenna's until I reboot the current elected master.
Any Ideas. If this is a repost I am sorry, I could not find a similar post.
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05-02-2013 07:45 AM
Do you have "Auto-Join" enabled or disabled?
No IAP in a cluster is designated as a permanent Master / VC. If the active VC goes offline another IAP will automatically take over as the new VC and will remain the VC until it goes offline / reboots. This is, in part, based on system uptime.
That being said, that IAP should re-join the group as a member so something is wrong.
What version of SW are you running? v.3.3 is the current and has a number of fixes for similar issues. Without TAC involvement, however, I don't know if you are hitting one of these issues but this is an easy thing to try.
05-02-2013 02:12 PM - edited 05-02-2013 02:14 PM
Edit.....removed as looks to be answered correctly.
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05-13-2013 11:20 AM
I rebooted the other 16 AP's and the .25 AP came online. We upgraded to the latest firmware last Wednesday night and all AP's were active. This morning I was informed that the AP was down again this morning Antenna showing red. The only way to have it come online is to reboot all the other AP's.
10-10-2013 08:40 AM
I am deploying multiple iAP105's . Does seperating the ip of the ap from the virtual controller mean that i wont really know which ap is the controller? Does it matter?
is there a place where i set the ip for the virtual controller so i can always browse to it ?
thanks for your help.