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Converting CAP back to IAP/STandalone

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  • 1.  Converting CAP back to IAP/STandalone

    Posted Jul 14, 2021 01:55 PM
    Dear Experts, 

    Need your urgent support please.

    I had an IAP-315 and controller 7010 running 8.7. I converted IAP-315 to CAP and its now working with 7010 installed at customer site for demo. Now i need to convert CAP back to IAP since for some reason they are not able to reset it no matter how many times they try. So please tell me

    1) Can we convert CAP to STANDALONE AP through controller?
    2) If above is not possible, can we convert CAP back to IAP from controller directly?

    owais iqbal

  • 2.  RE: Converting CAP back to IAP/STandalone

    Posted Jul 15, 2021 02:10 AM
    see if this works for you, the response that starts by telneting to the CAP.

    Any opinions expressed here are solely my own and not necessarily that of Hewlett Packard Enterprise or Aruba.

  • 3.  RE: Converting CAP back to IAP/STandalone

    Posted Jul 15, 2021 03:33 AM
    You can convert CAP to IAP from controller's CLI

    You need to have Aruba Instant image stored on local server ot controller or AP should be deployed from Aruba Activate.
    Depending on this you select correct source for converting an AP.

    1st add AP to convert list

    # ap convert add ap-name <ap-name>

    Then engage convert process. Specific source depend on your situation.

    $ ap convert active specific-aps  (activate/local-flash/server) <source specific settings>

    For example, if you have tftp server, then command can look something like that

    ap convert active specific-aps server tftp ​<tftp server> <filename>

    Best, Gorazd

    Gorazd Kikelj