04-24-2017 08:07 AM
I have a cluster of 20 IAP's working at a client site.
The hardware is IAP205 and IAP275 accesspoints.
I have few IAP275 working as mesh portal and some others as mesh points and all these works very well for some years now.
We now have a central Airwave deployed and the end user wants to connect now all his existing clusers to AirWave and manage IAPs in read writing mode.
I beleive, as soon as my cluster connects to central Airwave in read/write mode, the mesh link is going to fall, right? and will not come back, until I connect back the mesh points to the cluster by wire connection, configure them with few parameters of Mesh and then the mesh points will function?
Do anybody think, I could have a dream and finally see the Mesh coming back after Airwave push firmware and configs to the cluster?
Thanks in advance for your comments, suggestions.
04-24-2017 08:16 AM
I would contact either TAC or a reseller to work with you on the procedure. Theoretically, you can import the configuration for a cluster, change it to manage mode and not have anything go down. The reality is, it is every dependent on the fact that you execute a set of steps in the right order and monitor your links.
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