I'd like to know how many Wireless AP Model can WCS supported for design, I mean I want to design Wireless for building and I am using WCS but I didn't find 1602 model from Cisco, I want to know if there is some files I have to updated.
What APs will depend on the firmware version of your WLC.
So if your the firmware of your WLC is "supported" by WCS then the AP will.
If you have AP1600, then you'll need WLC running firmware version 7.4.100.X. Officially, this version (7.4.100.X) is not supported. Unofficially, this version can be supported, in a limited way, by WCS.
Let me repeat what I've posted above: Your AP will depend entirely on the firmware your WLC runs on. For an AP1600, your WLC should be running a firmware of 7.4.100.X. If your WLC can run this version, then, potentially, your WCS can "see" your WLC as well as your AP.
HINT #1: What is the exact model of your WLC?
HINT #2: Can your WLC support firmware version 7.4.100.X?
I understand this issue in WLC! but I want to make design for my project and I didn't connect to WLC and I want to use map option and make simulation design before I install any thing in the Site! do you understand me NOW?
I want to make design for my project and I didn't connect to WLC and I want to use map
If you are new to wireless then I would suggest you get a proper wireless site survey done.
I've seen, many of times, of novice who, without any knowledge in enterprise-grade wireless deployment, say "here and here, deploy the AP" and get it wrong. It doesn't matter if you are using WCS' "planning" feature, you still won't get it right. WCS' "planning" feature only serves as a "guide" and not a definite or conclusive way to determine how-many APs and where-to-install the APs.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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