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Unlincensed APs even with available license.

Hi community I'm having an issue with some AP at our wireless network.

We have a MM managing 60 7210 controllers.

 

All licenses are on the global pool at MM.

 

However there are some APs among the network with 2IL flags.

 

To let you know we added 100 APCapacity licenses without PEFng and RFProtect, as far I know this wont be a problem because the AP Cacity are the only required license but I dont know if I'm wrong. 

 

Here I attach some screen shots.

 

licenses.PNG2IL.PNG


Daniel Méndez Vargas
ACMP, ACCP

Re: Unlincensed APs even with available license.

AP, PEF, and RFProtect will need to match. Your MM capacity license looks fine.

 


Jerrod Howard
Distinguished Technologist, TME
Frequent Contributor II

Re: Unlincensed APs even with available license.

Thanks Jerrod,

 

So an AP can't work with just AP capacity license?


Daniel Méndez Vargas
ACMP, ACCP

Re: Unlincensed APs even with available license.

Not within a global license pool. If you have a single controller or contorller cluster that is isolated into it's own folder/node, then you can create that new pool for just that/those controllers and APs on that controller with AP only, and your config will just remove the PEF and RFP features from that controller and its APs. When a single global license pool is used, they all have to match or at least equal the number of APs in use.

 


Jerrod Howard
Distinguished Technologist, TME
Frequent Contributor II

Re: Unlincensed APs even with available license.

Ok Jerrod thank you.

 

It's clear now.

 

Thank you for your help.


Daniel Méndez Vargas
ACMP, ACCP
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