Convert 1131 to LWAPP using conversion tool

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recently I used the conversion tool to convert 5 AP's to LWAP. 3 were in one building/subnet and 2 were in 2 different buildings/subnets. The conversion tool said everything worked but when the ap's rebooted only one out of 5 actually connected to the controller. I had to go touch the other 4 and tell them the ip of the controller.

the one that came up was part of the 3 that lived in the same subnet.

I have DHCP setup across all scopes with option 43 and one of the controllers set as a master.

any thoughts???


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Robert.N.Barrett_2 Wed, 04/15/2009 - 07:32
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It's probably too late now, but it would have been helpful to see the console logs from the AP's that failed to join the controller.

Leo Laohoo Wed, 04/15/2009 - 16:02
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Before you converted your AP's to LWAP, did you endable DNS and/or DHCP (Option 43 and/or Option 60)?


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