Rob Huffman Mon, 09/15/2008 - 11:30
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Hi Ricardo,


This is a "one way" conversion only;


Autonomous to LWAPP (Yes)


LWAPP to Autonomous (No)


Converting an Autonomous AP521 Using the CCA

When an autonomous AP521 access point is converted to controller-mode operation using the CCA, the access point properties screen continues to indicate that the access point is an AIR-AP521G-A-K9 after the conversion. This is in agreement with the product label on the access point. However, the CCA displays a small triangle icon next to the converted access point to indicate that the access point is now operating as a controller-mode access point.




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Note The CCA conversion process is one-way. Once the conversion takes place, you cannot restore the access point to autonomous operation.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/release/notes/c526rn42614.html#wp245163


Hope this helps!

Rob

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