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use AP-225 with IAP-207 as controller

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  • 1.  use AP-225 with IAP-207 as controller

    Posted 4 days ago
    Good morning
    I have some AP-225 (JW174A) which occupy a controller, it is planned to acquire an IAP-207 (JX954A) do you know if this is possible?
    Since it strikes me, that the IAP-207 has a RW in its nomenclature.
    Greetings


  • 2.  RE: use AP-225 with IAP-207 as controller

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted 4 days ago
    They would both have to be IAPs in the same regulatory domain to work together, unfortunately.

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  • 3.  RE: use AP-225 with IAP-207 as controller

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted 2 days ago
    Not fully sure what you want to know.

    JW174A = AP-225 Campus Access point, which indeed requires a controller to operate.
    IAP-207-RW = Rest-of-world unified AP, which can run as Aruba Instant (controller-less or built-in virtual controller) or as campus AP.

    If you have enough licenses on your controller, and the controller runs a firmware version that supports the AP-207, you can convert an IAP-207-RW to campus mode and add that to the controller (or replace the AP-225).

    Best to work with your Aruba Partner if you are unsure.

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