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How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Dear all

Please detail guide me change IP address of WLC and AP using telnet? What is fist change WLC or AP ?

Thanks

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VIP Purple

How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Hi,

It would be better off doing this through console because once you change ip address of WLC you would lose access to it. You could use below commands to achive this.

config wlan disable  {wlan-number}:- to disable each WLAN that uses the management interface

config interface address management ip-addr ip-netmask gateway

config interface vlan management {vlan-id | 0}

Your AP's will need to find the WLC's new ip address

Hope it helps.

Regards

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How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Dear sandeepchoudhary21

But I can't console AP because APs hanging on the factory. It very difficult remove APs. I need solution for change IP address from the telnet session.

Thanks

VIP Purple

How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Hi,

Thease are the commands for WLC not for AP.

Please config these commands on wireless lAN Controller..

Regards

Cisco Employee

How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Guide to config management IP address and many more commands on WLC through CLI:-

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/3.2/configuration/guide/c32mint.html#wpmkr1159756

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How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

Fastest way of doing this is to download the config, edit the IP addresses in the config file, and uploading it back.

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Re: How to change Ip address of Wireless network from telnet

It would be better to understand what is the current IP address and vlan and what you are trying to change to. You can always telnet and ssh to the WLC and change the WLC IP address, but the IP address for the APs can be changed from the WLC GUI or CLI if the AP's are static. If the AP's are getting their IP address from dhcp, then you don't really have to do anything, just reboot the AP for the ap to get a new address. The reboot can be done from the WLC GUI or CLI or just be shutting down the PoE port or disconnecting the power injector from the unit if your using power injectors.

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-Scott
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