04-27-2012 01:04 PM
I am having a problem adding an AP to a 3600 controller running 126.96.36.199 software.
I connected a new AP to the network and it shows up on the controller with a IL flags (Inactive and unlicensed)
There are 24 unused licenses on the controller. (See screenshots)
I've tried a couple different new AP's but they all show up the same way.
Control plane security is off.
I've rebooted the controller as well.... no luck.
04-27-2012 01:12 PM
Can't tell from your limited screen shot if you have other feature licenses on the same controller.
For instance, do you have PEF/PEFNG and/or WIP/RFP licenses as well ?
If you do, are they quantity = 128 or quantity = 152 ?
04-27-2012 01:17 PM
(Master_Aruba3600-US) #show ap license-usage
Total AP Licenses : 152
Remote-Node AP Licenses Used : 0
AP Licenses Used : 128
Tunneled Node Licenses Used : 0
Unused AP Licenses : 24
Licenses used for Campus AP's : 128
Available Campus AP's : 0
Licenses used for Remote AP's : 0
Available Remote AP's : 0
Total Ortronics AP Licenses : 0
Ortronics AP Licenses Used : 0
Total Indoor Mesh AP's Supported : 512
Indoor Mesh AP's Active : 0
Total Outdoor Mesh AP's supported : 512
Outdoor Mesh AP's Active : 0
Total PEF Licenses : 152
Remote-Node PEF Licenses Used : 0
PEF Licenses Used : 128
Total 802.11n-120abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-120abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-121abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-121abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-124abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-124abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-125abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-125abg Licenses Used : 0
04-27-2012 01:28 PM
A 3600 will only support 128 Campus APs. Aruba allows more AP licenses because a 3600 can support up to 512 remote APs (RAPs).
If these are all in Campus AP (CAP) mode, you have hit the limit of the 3600.