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Contributor I

AP-175 and AP-274

When configuring an AP-175 or a AP-274 to a Aruba Controller does any of these AP's need to be consoled into first?  I know that with the AP-105 for instance, when it is connected to the switch it will power up & automaticly appear on the controller GUI so that it can be configured from the controller by default.  Do these 2 AP's work like that or do they have their own dedicated GUI that needs to be turned off first. Do they need to be consoled into & put into controller mode first?

Guru Elite

Re: AP-175 and AP-274

As long as the model numbers are not IAP-175 and IAP-274, you do not need to configure them outside of a controller. You will need high powered POE, however.
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Contributor I

Re: AP-175 and AP-274

So based of your info the AP's below do NOT need to be configured apart from the controller first correct?

 

Product description: Aruba AP-175AC Otdr AC Pwr 11n AP Product number: JX776A

 

Part description: Aruba AP-274 Otdr Dual 3x3:3 802.11ac AP
 


 

 

Guru Elite

Re: AP-175 and AP-274

That is from my experience. Please take a look at the installation guides for those access points for more detailed information: https://support.arubanetworks.com/Documentation/tabid/77/DMXModule/512/EntryId/290/Default.aspx
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Regular Contributor I

Re: AP-175 and AP-274

Hi

From my experience Colin is right. Just connect the AP-175 like I did and you are good to go
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