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"apmove command failed"

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  • 1.  "apmove command failed"

    MVP
    Posted Aug 19, 2022 03:18 AM
    My new access points somehow discovered not right WLC:

    *#show ap database | include "10.105.246."

    b0:1f:8c:c1:83:82 default 514 10.105.246.247 Denied 10.19.25.50 0.0.0.0

    #apmove ap-mac b0:1f:8c:c1:83:82 target-v4 10.105.244.70
    apmove command failed


    Why apmove failed, is it because access point not whitelisted?!
    What is the process for such case to migrate access point to the correct WLC?


  • 2.  RE: "apmove command failed"

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Aug 19, 2022 07:56 AM
    The APmove failed because the WLC does not have control over an AP when it is not Up.

    If an access point shows it is denied, there is typically a flag in there somewhere.  Do you have licenses installed and enabled?

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  • 3.  RE: "apmove command failed"

    MVP
    Posted Aug 21, 2022 09:33 PM
    thanks,
    I thought its due to access point is not in whitelist.