I have to assign a ip address to 1600i AP statically without a controller
I am trying to configure a Lightweight 1600i Access point as an autonomous AP. I have downloaded the IOS & set up the TFTP server.I have taken a console CLI access to the AP. To access the tftp server i have to assign a ip address to the AP. Whenever I assign a IP address to the BVI 1 interface it starts finding the controller & when it doesnt find it, it automatically switches to dhcp. My TFTP server & access point are in same subnet & connected via a switch. How should i assign a ip to AP & find a active connectivity between AP & TFTP server
Whenever I assign an ip address to BVI interface AP automatically starts searching for WLC through that ip & when it doesn't find one within a minute it sets ip address of BVI interface to DHCP. I'm not able to ping my TFTP server
1. If you are going the configure your AP from LWAP to Autonomous, erase the start-up config of your AP by issuing the command erase nvram, as the erase nvram command does not erase a static IP address.
2. make sure you are following the right step as mention in the below link.
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