hi,have i missed something or this behaviour is expected.
one of our colleagues did some "human mistake" a while back on Activate web and configured a few more AP-s than he should have with activate provisioning rule. That rule pointed to another airwave server.
well, come few weeks afterwards and i see different Access Points starting dissapearing from my airwave. When i remotely connected to them, airwave identity/IP-s were overwritten and ofc they appeared on another AW as new devices. None of these AP-s were manually factory resetted, i guess they just rebooted (different ap-s at different times)
Does fully already configured (including tied to Airwave management) access points and virtual controllers take their preference from activate service (for example after reboot) or should they only use activate if they are factory default?
i was really unhappy about that. lost approx 100 AP-s (about 10VC-s) :( hours of work to bring them back, lucky i had CLI access.basically had to go to activate, manually remove provision rule to all these ap-s and then factory reset and send to back to its original airwave.
1. When an AP boots up, it connects to Activate to obtain a provisioning rule.
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