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More Than 1 DNS Server 3502I AP

Hello.  When I change a lightweight 3502I AP to static I can only specify one DNS server. I was wondering is it possible to specify more than one DNS server for a lightweight 3502i AP?  If the only DNS server I specifiy were to fail, how would that affect the access point?

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Hi,If you are going to


Hi,

If you are going to configure static IP on AP then you need to make sure
that this static IP is still available and An access point cannot discover the controller using domain name system (DNS) resolution 
if a static IP address is configured for the access point, unless you specify a DNS server and the domain to which the access point belongs.
and you in static setting you have only option 
1. Enter the DNS server Addreess.
2. Enter the Domain name ( to which AP belongs )


Go through below link for further detail option.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/7-0/configuration/guide/c70/c70lwap.html
 

 

 

 

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Bronze

Hi,If you are going to


Hi,

If you are going to configure static IP on AP then you need to make sure
that this static IP is still available and An access point cannot discover the controller using domain name system (DNS) resolution 
if a static IP address is configured for the access point, unless you specify a DNS server and the domain to which the access point belongs.
and you in static setting you have only option 
1. Enter the DNS server Addreess.
2. Enter the Domain name ( to which AP belongs )


Go through below link for further detail option.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/7-0/configuration/guide/c70/c70lwap.html
 

 

 

 

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Ok.  I read over the

Ok.  I read over the documentation.  Currently their associating to the controllers through DHCP options.  I'm going to go ahead and set their DHCP scope for infinite.  Thanks for the response though.  I wanted to set them static, but see I'll just stick with DHCP.

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