07-09-2012 12:59 PM
When I try to connect the controller via RAP2 from remote location, I see the below message.
Adding the remote AP 00:24:6c:cd:4f:89 will push the AP limits over the platform limit..
I also checked my licences RF protected licences seems. You can the licence summary below.
(Controller) #show ap license-usage
Total AP Licenses : 4
Remote-Node AP Licenses Used : 0
AP Licenses Used : 4
Tunneled Node Licenses Used : 0
Unused AP Licenses : 0
Licenses used for Campus AP's : 4
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 : 32
Indoor Mesh AP's Active : 0
Total Outdoor Mesh AP's supported : 32
Outdoor Mesh AP's Active : 0
Total RF Protect Licenses : 8
Remote-Node RF Protect Licenses Used : 0
RF Protect Licenses Used : 4
Total PEF Licenses : 4
Remote-Node PEF Licenses Used : 0
PEF Licenses Used : 4
Total 802.11n-OAW-AP120abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-OAW-AP120abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-OAW-AP121abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-OAW-AP121abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-OAW-AP124abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-OAW-AP124abg Licenses Used : 0
Total 802.11n-OAW-AP125abg Licenses : 0
802.11n-OAW-AP125abg Licenses Used : 0
Could you give me any advice about that?
Thanks in advance.
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07-09-2012 01:11 PM
From your output, it looks like you have 4 AP licenses installed and are currently using them all. You will have to add licenses for your RAPs.
What version of code is this?
07-09-2012 09:47 PM
A quick footnote to this one...
Just make sure if you want to add the '5th' RAP that you purchase AP + PEFNG + RFP license for it (e.g. 3 part numbers/SKUs).
If you just purchase an AP license you will still be unhappy at the result ... that being that the 5th RAP won't connect (same state you have now).