01-14-2014 11:56 PM
I recognize that I am usable in both sides even if IAP lets you belong to a controller as standalone.
In addition, I recognize that I use JP Model when I use IAP in Japan.
When use IAP105 which is not Japanese-Domain-Model in the country of Japan; to a controller
Can you let you belong?
Do you not have any problem by the use of the electric wave?
If there is a person knowing, please tell me who it is.
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01-15-2014 04:36 AM
If I understand your question, you are wondering if you can convert a non-JP IAP to a controller based AP and terminate on a controller in Japan; is this right?
When an IAP converts to a controller based AP, as part of the conversion it performs a regulatory check to verify there is a match between the IAP and physical conttroller. This is mandatory for Aruba to maintain compliance with regulatory filings.
So, in summary. An IAP-105 (unrestricted domain) can only be converted to a controller that is also set to unrestricted; not one that is set to US, IL, or JP. This holds true for all other varations as well.
- IAP-105-US --> Convert to campus based AP on controller with US designation
- IAP-105-JP --> Convert to campus based AP on controller with JP designation
- IAP-105-IL --> Convert to campus based AP on controller with IL designation
- IAP-105 --> Convert to campus based AP on controller with unrestricted designation
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Re: Usage of IAP for foreign countries
01-15-2014 10:33 PM
Thank you for the communication of the answer to question.
It is very useful information.
When I purchased domain designation of IAP by mistake,
This AP understood that there was not the usage in the country of Japan.
I am very disappointed.