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Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

I have 5 IAP 93 and 2 IAP 135 which cannot associate to form a cluster.I wanted to change all of them to standalone and wondering whether configs will be lost?

Re: Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

you should firstly try to find out why they are not forming a cluster.

 

Are they all on the same subnet?


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Re: Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

Yes they are in the same subnet.Although i will want to make them standalone since they are to placed far apart and am still new to this technology.

 

Re: Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

Have you configured a 'Virtual Controller' address for them?


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Re: Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

No, at first they elected by themselves the master of which all of them associated with.

Then i wanted to change all of them to be stand alone which i basically asking how to do since i have never done it before.

Simply in the condition they are in,can they  be changed to standalone without losing the configs e.g SSID settings

Thanks in advance.

Re: Converting IAP to standalone,will configs be lost

If you want to change to standalone, navigate to Maintenance -> convert and choose which APs you want to make standalone.

You will now have thick APs, there will not be any RF management or roaming between APs. FYI.

it is best to figure out why they do not form a cluster.
Pasquale Monardo | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACMP
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