APController (Master) : 22.214.171.124
APMSController (Master) : 126.96.36.199
APNAME : (NEW-AP Should connect to APController) : 188.8.131.52
For scenario two is working, but the problem is when we turn back on the APMSController, then if the new APNAME restart it will get the APMSController again which is 184.108.40.206
Even I’ve statically configured the 220.127.116.11 as master for the NEW AP, but when both Controller are up it is taking the 18.104.22.168 to be its master.
apboot> printenvbootdelay=2baudrate=9600autoload=nboardname=Ardmoreservername=aruba-masterbootcmd=boot apautostart=yesbootfile=e500.ariethaddr=b4:5d:50:cf:74:a6ipaddr=22.214.171.124netmask=255.255.254.0gatewayip=126.96.36.199dnsip=10.10.10.10domainname=domain.comuplink_vlan=56master=188.8.131.52masterip=184.108.40.206serverip=220.127.116.11name=APNAMEethact=eth0stdin=serialstdout=serialstderr=serial
Appriciate any help in advance!
Is this instant or a hardware-based controller?
Why are you statically configuring ip addresses instead of using dynamic discovery?
Oops i've accidentally clicked the accept solution. Can we modify it?
Anyway To answer your question.
the new ap is an instant
We need to set static ip because AP are set within a range of certain subnet. we also dont use dhcp reservation.
Maybe someone who deploys instant APs with static ip addresses can help you. I just know it is difficult and error-prone.
well i tried both ways for testing purposes but still i got the same results :(
Do you have "preferred master" set on either of the access points?
Can each instant AP reach the ntp server at pool.ntp.org?
Wait, you have two instant APs on the same VLAN serving different WLANS and you are trying to get a third AP to join one of them? I don't understand...
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