I couldn't get the link going, but the search delivered the goods. One thing though, I couldn't use the upgrade tool with the image - it chirped something about it not being a valid recovery image. I then did it from the command line of the AP and that did the trick.
Wonder if anyone can help... I have the same issue with a 1242 AP. This may be a dumb question, but how do I upgrade via CLI?
I've tried the upgrade command which doesn't seem to be accepted by the IOS and I have tried simply uploading the software via tftp. The software uploads fine, but it seems to be far to large compared to the autonomous software.
Hi All, with APs with MIC inside (1130, 1240, 1250) you are able to do the Migration with an directly TFTP Download of the Migration Image and a reboot. You do not need the Migration Tool. Check the Release Notes. Regadrs, Michael
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