New here...novice skill level so apologies in advance....I currently have a cluster of three existing IAP-315's (22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199) and I am trying to add an IAP-277 (188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206) for outdoor coverage.
In virtual controller, I am able to add/configure the IAP-277, but the process stalls with constant red LED (general fault) and cannot complete deployment (added unit will not broadcast).
Is there a compatibility issue which prohibit these different models from working together or allowing the outdoor AP to join the existing newtork?
How is the 277 powered? The biggest issue is that it requires High Powered POE to come up.
"In virtual controller, I am able to add/configure the IAP-277, but the process stalls with constant red LED (general fault) and cannot complete deployment (added unit will not broadcast)."
More details apart from show tech requested will also help, on the part where process stalls. Exactly how did you proceed about this after cluster was formed between 315 (on 220.127.116.11) & 277 (would have upgraded to 18.104.22.168 as well if cluster formed), when both were connected on same wired switch?
You can connect to the console port of the AP-277 and power it up with your existing POE, but rest assured 30V will not work (shouldn't work on the 315 so I'm guessing this is an 802.3af injector or it's grossly flawed in some way). When you power up and watch the AP boot from the USB console, you will know right away if it's power related as it will be reported in the console.
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