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Cisco AIR-SAP2602I-E-K9 controller joining

We having 8 AIR-SAP2602I-E-K9 and one cisco 2504 wireless controller with image 7.4.100.0 .Is these access points can join the controller automatically or either it need a image conversion.

Which image version is compatible

 

This is the current image version running in Access point

 

 

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VIP Purple

Hi Sajad,These AP need the 7

Hi Sajad,

These AP need the 7.2.110.0 image on WLC and you have higher then this.

So dont worry they will join to WLC.

 

Make sure AP get the IP address and there is one method configured to findout the WLC.

Regards

Dont forget to rate helpful posts

 

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Please refer the following

Please refer the following matrix.

 

Table 1 Software Support for Access Points

Access Points
First Support
Last Support

700 Series

AIR-CAP702I-x-K9

7.5.102.0

AIR-CAP702I-xK910

7.5.102.0

700W Series

AIR-CAP702W-x-K9

7.6.120.0

1000 Series

AIR-AP1010

3.0.100.0

4.2.209.0

AIR-AP1020

3.0.100.0

4.2.209.0

AIR-AP1030

3.0.100.0

4.2.209.0

Airespace AS1200

4.0

AIR-LAP1041N

7.0.98.0

AIR-LAP1042N

7.0.98.0

1100 Series

AIR-LAP1121

4.0.155.0

7.0.x

1130 Series

AIR-LAP1131

3.1.59.24

1140 Series

AIR-LAP1141N

5.2.157.0

AIR-LAP1142N

5.2.157.0

1220 Series

AIR-AP1220A

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

AIR-AP1220B

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

1230 Series

AIR-AP1230A

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

AIR-AP1230B

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

AIR-LAP1231G

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

AIR-LAP1232AG

3.1.59.24

7.0.x

1240 Series

AIR-LAP1242G

3.1.59.24

AIR-LAP1242AG

3.1.59.24

1250 Series

AIR-LAP1250

4.2.61.0

AIR-LAP1252G

4.2.61.0

AIR-LAP1252AG

4.2.61.0

1260 Series

AIR-LAP1261N

7.0.116.0

AIR-LAP1262N

7.0.98.0

1300 Series

AIR-BR1310G

4.0.155.0

7.0.x

1400 Series

Standalone Only

1600 Series

AIR-CAP1602I-x-K9

7.4.100.0

AIR-SAP1602I-x-K9

7.4.100.0

AIR-CAP1602E-x-K9

7.4.100.0

AP801

5.1.151.0

AP802

7.0.98.0

AP802H

7.3.101.0

2600 Series

AIR-CAP2602I-x-K9

7.2.110.0

AIR-SAP2602I-x-K9

7.2.110.0

AIR-CAP2602E-x-K9

7.2.110.0

AIR-SAP2602E-x-K9

7.2.110.0

2700 Series

AIR-CAP2702I-x-K9

7.6.120.0

AIR-CAP2702E- x-K9

7.6.120.0

3500 Series

AIR-CAP3501E

7.0.98.0

AIR-CAP3501I

7.0.98.0

AIR-CAP3502E

7.0.98.0

AIR-CAP3502I

7.0.98.0

AIR-CAP3502P

7.0.116.0

3600 Series

AIR-CAP3602I-x-K9

7.1.91.0

AIR-CAP3602I-xK910

7.1.91.0

AIR-CAP3602E-x-K9

7.1.91.0

AIR-CAP3602E-xK910

7.1.91.0

USC5101-AI-AIR-K9

7.6

 

3700 Series

AIR-CAP3702I

7.6

AIR-CAP3702E

7.6

AIR-CAP3702P

7.6

600 Series

AIR-OEAP602I

7.0.116.0

Note The Cisco 3600 Access Point was introduced in Release 7.1.91.0. If your network deployment uses Cisco 3600 Access Points with Release 7.1.91.0, we highly recommend that you upgrade to Release 7.2.103.0 or a later release.

1500 Mesh Series

AIR-LAP-1505

3.1.59.24

4.2.207.54M

AIR-LAP-1510

3.1.59.24

4.2.207.54M

1520 Mesh Series

AIR-LAP1522AG

-A and N: 4.1.190.1 or 5.2 or later1

All other reg. domains: 4.1.191.24M or 5.2 or later1

AIR-LAP1522HZ

-A and N: 4.1.190.1 or 5.2 or later1

All other reg. domains: 4.1.191.24M or 5.2 or later1

AIR-LAP1522PC

-A and N: 4.1.190.1 or 5.2 or later1

All other reg. domains: 4.1.191.24M or 5.2 or later1

AIR-LAP1522CM

7.0.116.0 or later.

AIR-LAP1524SB

-A, C and N: 6.0 or later

All other reg. domains: 7.0.116.0 or later.

AIR-LAP1524PS

-A: 4.1.192.22M or 5.2 or later1

1530

AIR-CAP1532I-x-K9

7.6

AIR-CAP1532E-x-K9

7.6

1550

AIR-CAP1552I-x-K9

7.0.116.0

AIR-CAP1552E-x-K9

7.0.116.0

AIR-CAP1552C-x-K9

7.0.116.0

AIR-CAP1552H-x-K9

7.0.116.0

AIR-CAP1552CU-x-K9

7.3.101.0

AIR-CAP1552EU-x-K9

7.3.101.0

1552S

AIR-CAP1552SA-x-K9

7.0.220.0

AIR-CAP1552SD-x-K9

7.0.220.0

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correct answer

correct answer

VIP Purple

Hi Saad,Mark the question as

Hi Saad,

Mark the question as answerd, it may help others.

 

Regards

 

Sandeep is correct.  Also,

Sandeep is correct.  Also, since you posted a model type of an autonomous/"s"tandalone 2600 ("S"AP2602I), vs the lightweight/"C"apwap version (CAP2602I), you may need to validate the version of code running on the AP if it does not appear to be joining.

 

In your screenshot, the image file ap3g2-k9w"8" indicates a lightweight version ready to join your WLC.  If you find an ap3g2-k9w"7", this is the autonomous/standalone image and will not join a WLC without being converted to lightweight.

 

There are several threads on this process, such as this http://mrncciew.com/2012/10/20/lightweight-to-autonomous-conversion/

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