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How to change ADP interface AOS 8

Hello,

 

I have a controller with 2 interfaces

Interface A: 10.0.0.1/24

Interface B: 192.168.100.1/24

 

Interface A is also controller-ip

My AP will connect to interface B based on ADP discovery

 

DHCP is not comming from the controller also he is not gateway because it is a non-routed.

 

Now when we do this we get 10.0.0.1 back as ADP server on interface B

Can we change the ADP interface so it give back IP of interface B

 

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Re: How to change ADP interface AOS 8

Your ADP interface is the controller-ip.  If a device discovers the controller on a different interface, the access point will still be redirected to the controller-ip.   You can only change this, by changing the controller (management) ip.


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Contributor II

Re: How to change ADP interface AOS 8

Hello cjoseph,

 

Thanks for the reply. I know enough

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