Controller-based access points conversion

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I’ve the 1140 AP (LAP) flavor; can I convert it to Standalone access points?

If yes can you please explain how and if you have documentation that will be great.

Thank you all for reading and helping.

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Leo Laohoo Fri, 02/26/2010 - 15:44
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You can convert the AP from autonomous AP (aAP) to light-weight AP (LWAP) and vice versa.  It all boils down to the IOS you run.

If you have a WLC, ollow the proceedure below:
Using a Wireless LAN Controller to Return to a Previous Release

If you don't have a WLC, follow the proceedure below:
Using a Wireless LAN Controller to Return to a Previous Release

If you find my post helpful, please do not hesistate to rate.  Thank you very much.


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