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Is there any way to know if an AP is CAP or IAP?

Hi experts,

 

I have a customer which has many CAPs and we are planning to convert some CAPs to IAPs. Is there any way to know if those CAPs have the capacity of Instant? I mean when they were bought, if they were bought as CAP or IAP (and in the latter case then they were converted to CAPs). I mean if there is any way without looking at white sticker placed at the back of the APs. Is there any way to know this looking at the controller GUI? Or accessing the APs by SSH?

 

Regards,

Julián

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Re: Is there any way to know if an AP is CAP or IAP?

Try "show ap image version" on the controller.  If the backup partition is an instant image, it is probably an instant AP.



Colin Joseph
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Re: Is there any way to know if an AP is CAP or IAP?

Try running the show ap image version 2017-06-14 12_57_56-192.168.1.142_22 - Tera Term VT.png

Thank you

Victor Fabian
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Re: Is there any way to know if an AP is CAP or IAP?

Many thanks guys!

 

Regards,

Julián

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