I have a AIR-SAP1552I-A-K9 and want to upgrade it to a lightweight AP. We're running 188.8.131.52 on our WLC which should work according to Cisco documentation. I downloaded c1520-k9w8-tar.152-2.JB.tar from Cisco homepage which was under their "ligthweight" image. Usually there's a rcv int the name but couldn't find an image containing that for the AP. The other image there for autonomous was c1520-k9w7-tar.152-2.JB (only the w7 and w8 is the difference in the name). The command archive download-sw /overwrite /imageonly /tft://184.108.40.206/c1520-k9w8-tar.152-2.JB.tar was run (220.127.116.11 has of course been replaced from the real tftp server). After reboot of AP there's no information, no cdp, no mac address on the port nothing. Anyone who can fill me in on what might have happened here or what the correct procedure should be for upgrading a 1552 AP from autonomous to lightweight should be? I don't have console access to the AP that failed, but there are a few more APs of the same model which needs to be moved from autonomous to lightweight.
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