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4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

Even though the main page says "25 access points supported" I cannot register more than 12. Where do I find the licensing information please?

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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

Do you have both ports 1 & 2 plugged in and enabled? Also, are the switch ports set in trunking mode?

p21
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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

There is only one port on the controller connected to the network. That switch port is set to trunk. Thanks.

Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

The remaining APs will register when you hook up the other port

p21
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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

What is involved? Do I need to enable spanning tree, assign another AP manager IP address etc?

Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

Configure the port on the switch to trunk in dot1q encap and remove any vlans that will not be needed on the wireless network.

The default settings on the WLC should be fine.

You will have to go into each dynamic interface on the WLC and set the other port as the secondary, if not set already

p21
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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller Supported AP's

Thanking you. I will give that a try.

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