Two different regulatory domains on one access point
we use a Cisco wireless controller (2500 series) with four access points (LAP1142N).
All of these access points have the regulatory domain E (in the product name). Even the lateset access point we added. But this one cannot activate the second internal radio (5GHz) because of a not supported regulatory domain. The controller shows the first radio as 802.11bg:-E and the second radio as 802.11a:-C.
Changing the location settings didn't effect anything. The second radio is still offline.
Is there a way to change the regulatory domain of the second radio? Or was there a wrong radio/antenna-module installed? Or is it even a bug in the software?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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