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Re: IAP 215 and 315 don't join same cluster

Please review the  Multiple Class AP Deployment Issue Customer Advisory. The recommended workaround for this issue is:

1. Power up a single AP. Allow it to connect to Activate over Internet and get automatically upgraded to a software version with the fix for the Instant Certificate Issue. After the upgrade, the AP may connect to the management platform and download its configuration. This first AP becomes the master AP for the Instant cluster.

2. Once the first AP has become functional, power up all the remaining APs. Ensure that the first AP remains connected through this process.


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Re: IAP 215 and 315 don't join same cluster

Hi guys,

 

Thanks for your interest but it was more easy than that. One AP was in standalone mode so converting to IAP solved the problem. There's nothing in the GUI that says an AP is in standalone mode, and it shows all the options as it was an Instant AP (auto-join mode, preferred master, cluster options, and so on), therefore only by looking at Maintenance > Convert option you realize the AP is in standalone mode

 

Regards,

Julian

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Re: IAP 215 and 315 don't join same cluster

Hi guys,

 

Thanks for your interest but it was more easy than that. One AP was in standalone mode so converting to IAP solved the problem. There's nothing in the GUI that says an AP is in standalone mode, and it shows all the options as it was an Instant AP (auto-join mode, preferred master, cluster options, and so on), therefore only by looking at Maintenance > Convert option you realize the AP is in standalone mode

 

Regards,

Julian

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