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Can remove wlc command:config ap secondary-base controller_name cisco_ap [controller_ip_address]

I have already configed all ap with primary & secondary controller address per ap parameters, I want to remove the paramters quickly ,I found the command : config ap secondary-base controller_name cisco_ap [controller_ip_address] ,  that can added in wlc cli , but I can't find the way to remove the secondary controller ip address in  wlc cli

the wlc is ct5508 with 7.0 os

anyone has suggestion?

thanks a lot

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Re: Can remove wlc command:config ap secondary-base controller_n

Yeah there is no way to remove it clean from the cli. I had to manually remove each on the AP. I even tried putting a blank value and that didn't take.

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Re: Can remove wlc command:config ap secondary-base controller_n

Yeah there is no way to remove it clean from the cli. I had to manually remove each on the AP. I even tried putting a blank value and that didn't take.

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Here are a two suggestions:1.

Here are a two suggestions:

1.  If you use Cisco Prime Infrastructure (or WCS) to manage your WLC, you can create a Lightweight AP Configuration Template to specify the Primary Controller Name and IP Address, and to specify a blank value (choose the first blank option in the drop down list) and 0.0.0.0 for the Secondary and Tertiary Controllers.  Then you can apply that template to the AP's and it should remove (blank out) the values in those fields.

2.  From the WLC CLI, you can run the following commands to blank out the fields:

config ap secondary-base ' ' APHOSTNAME 0.0.0.0

config ap tertiary-base '  ' APHOSTNAME 0.0.0.0

Note that between the quotes there are spaces.  The secondary-base command has one space, the tertiary-base command has two spaces (the names have to be unique).  While this does not completely blank out the field, the spaces do not resolve to a valid WLC hostname so it has the same effect and the AP ignores the spaces.

Both of these suggestions worked in our environment.

Hope this helps.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thnaks a lot Jwaas. That

Thanks a lot Jwaas. That works perfectly !!!

 

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Thanks Jwaas9876. It works!

Thanks Jwaas9876.

It works!

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