Ah, this is my first foray into the HPE environment. Thank you for clarifying, the different approaches are somewhat blurred to me as to what means what. I have one IAP-207 configured currently, and it is in InstantOn mode set as a standalone AP. I have 2 more that I want to deploy once I get the kinks worked out with this one, then retire my current 3 Netgear APs of various generations (which are the ones showing up as rogue APs). I wasn't planning on doing any paid licensing though to get a virtual controller set up, I was thinking I could just set up all 3 as standalone.I'm a bit hesitant at this point to go completely over to the IAP-207s because I have had a bear of a time getting 3rd party services allowed through the network. Wifi calling was especially difficult to get working, and then when I got that working some of my settings caused Time Machine backups to stop connecting, and fixing that killed Google Home. Just thinking the enterprise networking mentality isn't as friendly to a hodgepodge of protocols flying all around. In a perfect world, I'd like to get all this dialed in so I can have VLANs for IoT, Media Streaming, and General Use.At any rate, thanks for your help I'm sure these will work great once I get my ignorance surrounding InstantOn cleared up.
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