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Jul 8th, 2009
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I have configured HREAP but not applied to any AP, My question is when i view the AP config i see the AP group name as none and for other ap as "group-default" can anyone tell me why am i seeing this??



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Leo Laohoo Wed, 07/08/2009 - 15:32
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Apply HREAP to your AP, create a new AP Group and put the AP's there.

sumaiyausa Wed, 07/08/2009 - 23:41
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Hello leo,

Thanks for the update. I know when i apply the HREAP to AP it works but my question was why is the AP mode getting "default-group mode" and "none" mode for some AP without applying the HREAP config on them.

Whats the difference between them(i.e default group and none)?



Roman Rodichev Sat, 07/11/2009 - 14:09
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Are you planning on doing HREAP local switching or central switching? If you are going to be doing local switching, I don't believe that AP group have any effect on HREAPs. HREAP will use VLAN mappings under HREAP's configuration. I believe that AP groups only apply when you do central switching.

Also don't confuse AP groups with HREAP groups. Two different things.


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