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AP-105

Hello,

 

I just received an AP-105.  I am trying to configure it, however, I am having a hard time setting an I.P. address through command line.  Once I set this up I can then go to the gui interface of the AP and set it up.

 

 

Re: AP-105

GUI :

Select the AP-Group your AP is in or seach for the ap-name or ip-address and then pick the AP you want to make the change and click on provision

 

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Under the IP settings you can define the IP address you want to assign to that AP 

 

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 CLI:

 

(controller) (config) #provision-ap
(controller) (AP provisioning) #read-bootinfo ap-name <ap-name> or wired-mac <wired-mac>
(controller) (AP provisioning) #ipaddr <ip-address you are going to assign>
NOTE: For cert RAP; ap-name (if specified) in RAP whitelist entry will take the highest preference ( you can ignore this if this is not a Remote AP)
(controller) (AP provisioning) #reprovision ap-name <ap-name> or wired-mac <wired-mac>

 

Hope this helps

 

 

Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-105

Thank you for the info. 

 

I do not have a controller as I was told that these devices would act like their own controller.

 

How can I proceed from here?

Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-105

I was able to configure an I.P. address and I was able to ping the device.  The problem I currently am having is that when I go to the I.P. addresss that I have assigned, I receive the page can not be displayed.  I also have to be able to setup an SSID.  How can I do this through the command line?

Aruba

Re: AP-105

So you have an IAP-105, and not an AP-105? Please confirm. An AP-105 operates in conjunction with a controller only; the IAP devices can be deployed standalone (incorporating a "virtual" controller).

/Onno

Re: AP-105

Do you have an Instant AP? (it should say IAP-105 on the back) With a default configuration it should bring up a SSID called "Instant"; you can associate to that SSID and configure your Instant network (or you could use the CLI the find out what IP it got).


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Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-105

I just checked, it's an IAP-105

Re: AP-105

Do you have DHCP enabled in the VLAN you are connecting the IAP to? You should execute "show ip interface" on the CLI to see what IP address it got.

 

The web-interface should either be running on https://<IP> or https://<IP>:4343 depending on which version it was shipped with. From version 3.3 it is also possible to do configuration from the CLI.


ACMX#255 | ACDX#742 | ACCX#746 | AMFX#25 | ACMP | ACCP | AWMP
www.securelink.nl
Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-105

So I do have the I.P. address of the access point now.  Everytime I try to connect to it, I receive a security alert.  I agree to proceed with the security alert then I get the page can not be displayed.  Is there an additional optioin I need to enable to view it through web base?

Re: AP-105

You shouldn't have to enable anything else, can you post a screenshot of what result you are getting?

 

Can you try with a different browser like Chrome/Firefox/etc?


ACMX#255 | ACDX#742 | ACCX#746 | AMFX#25 | ACMP | ACCP | AWMP
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