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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Access Point are not switching back to LMS

I have read about D flag. AP is not able to communicate with controller is most reason for that. Also our APs are local to their LMS they using some WAN infrastructure to access MAster Controller (MPLS or whatever). The whole point to make them Remote is to create a tunnel for  communication messages with Master which doesn't affected by the MTU size on all these middle routers.Which makes sense.

What I do not understand why AP can stuck in this "D" condition even if you reboot it.  Why reboot is not whiping out all configuration?

Occasional Contributor II

Re: Access Point are not switching back to LMS

Finally, we had to physically disconnect all problem APs, reset them with the button and reconnect and provision one by one.

Physical reset had fixed this issue

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