Converted 1130 LAP to Autonomous - not appearing in CNA
I have a colleague who accidentially purchased a number of 1130AG LAP access points. They have since converted them to autonomous and can now configure them.
The problem now is that they appear in Cisco Network Assistant as "unknown devices". I am wondering if this is related to CDP reporting them as LAP's. Does anyone have suggestions as to what can be done to resolve this?
Re: Converted 1130 LAP to Autonomous - not appearing in CNA
Thanks for your response. They have existing 1130's in CNA but not the 1130 LAP's which were converted to autonomous. I'm still wondering if this is because the CDP information still reporting the model as a LAP?
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