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config ap primary-base controller_name Cisco_AP [controller_ip_address]
Once you config a primary controller to an AP, it would be nice to undo that configuration so that an AP is no longer locked down to a specified list of controllers.
Off the top of me head I can't remember the CLI command but on the GUI you can just remove the config from the AP config.
WIRELESS AP section. Select the AP and in one of the TABS is the config for primary, secondary AP's
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I am aware of the GUI options, but it's such a pain to do it this way. If the GUI is able to remove the config, there must be a CLI to do the same...
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