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Commands that reset ap?

I need to remove old bkup-lms-ip entries on ap system-profiles. Does the "no bkup-lms-ip" command cause APs to reset?

 

I see this listed on the commands that reset APs, but I wasn't sure if the bkup ip also would since the "lms-ip" does.

"ap system-profile {bootstrap-threshold |lms-ip |master-ip }"

and for the sake of asking, does removing dns-domain in the ap system-profile cause a reset as well? I didn't see it mentioned in the docs. 



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Re: Commands that reset ap?

 If the AP is on the backup LMS, changing the backup LMS ip address will make it move to that ip address immediately.

 

The dns-domain is for split-tunneled RAPs and should not affect a Campus AP.


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Contributor II

Re: Commands that reset ap?

So it would only cause a reset if the AP was actively connected to backup lms. 

In my case the backup lms ip goes nowhere anymore since the controller has been removed. This is a cleanup task I'm looking to preform. 

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Re: Commands that reset ap?

Nothing would happen if the AP is not on the backup LMS.


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