06-20-2013 05:57 AM
I have just migrated from 6000 to 7200 controllers. I have 3 locals and a master. For the migration I backed up the flashbackup from the 6000 and restored the flashbackup on the 7200s. On one of the locals when I type the command "show AP database long status down" it shows 871 AP's down. But the down AP's do not terminate to this controller. I checked on the correct controller and the AP's are up.
Miller Grove HS AP-50 DCSS-Dispac 105 126.96.36.199 Up 5d:14h:31m:38s Rc2 6c:f3:7f:ca:6b:09 BT0266733 N/A N/A 10.119.204.4
Miller Grove HS AP-50 DCSS-Dispac 105 188.8.131.52 Down R-c2 6c:f3:7f:ca:6b:09 BT0266733 N/A 10.119.204.42
Question: If I run the clear the gap-db will the AP have to be reprovised? Is there a way to clear all of the down APs and not have a major problem? Clear the LMS?
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06-20-2013 06:01 AM - edited 06-20-2013 06:01 AM
You can clear the database using the "clear gap-db ?" command (there is ? at the end because there are multiple options for clearing a particular AP, all APs with a certain LMS, etc).
The APs will NOT have to be reprovisioned. The APs that are up will be recreated in the gap-db. The APs that are down will go away and not come back.
06-20-2013 06:02 AM
What version AOS are you using ?
I seen this issue before where the local and the master are not syncing correctly and the workaround was to reload the master.
Can you do a a show switches to make sure that the master is able to see the locals and also do a show log system to see if it shows any issues with communication between the local and the controllers
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