We are running IAP (Instant) cluster 22.214.171.124. We reduced the size of our warehouse and removed 9 APs.
Those 9 still show as down in the cluster, and on the allowed-aps list.
I know from a working a support ticket a long time ago we just need to remove those MACs from the allowed-ap list, but I cannot remember the right command to do so, and it appeared to take notes.
Also, I see the old ticket, but it did not keep history, just the open reason and the resolution, which did not include the commands.
Thanks for the reply.
However, these instructions cannot resolve the issue.
These instructions are for removing APs that are already online and communicating within the cluster.
However, that is not the case in my situation.
APs that are down do not appear in the instant GUI.
The APs are marked as down within the GUI with the down red arrow. These down APs do not appear in the GUI Access point list.
Therefore, they cannot be deleted from within the GUI. I know this to be the case because this was the same issue I experienced several years ago.
It had to be done VIA CLI, using the show allowed-aps command, and piping it to other commands, but I don't have those notes any longer.
Have you tried via CLI?
no allowed-ap <MAC-address>
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