How can i change regulatory domain C to A of access point
Recently my office got an access point - (AIR-CAP2602E-C-K9) which is not synchronizing with controller (AIR-CT2504-5-K9 )as it is in domain A , all other AP also in domain A. Now can i change the domain of access point or what is the possible solution to add new AP with controller ? is it possible to run both domain (A, C) at the same time with one controller ?
Cisco has organized these frequency sets into the following regulatory domains:
•-J regulatory domain = J52
•-P regulatory domain = W52 + W53
•-U regulatory domain = W52
Regulatory domains are used by Cisco to organize the legal frequencies of the world into logical groups. For example, most of the European countries are included in the -E regulatory domain. Cisco access points are configured for a specific regulatory domain at the factory and, with the exception of this migration process, never change. The regulatory domain is assigned per radio, so an access point's 802.11a and 802.11b/g radios may be assigned to different domains.
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