But I am seeing that some of the screenshots don't match up with mine.
When I remove the MAP from the network and let it run just wireless, I no longer see any activity in the CAPWAP debug coming from that IP address and it does not join. I have tried setting the IP address to a static as well on the MAP with no luck.
It's worth mentioning that when I remove the LAN cable on the MAP, I am still able to access it via the GUI on the WLC for a couple minutes and make changes. Then, the heartbeat timer expires and WLC dissociates it. So, it seems that it is reachable via wireless alone, but only for a very short time. After the dissociation, the MAP doesn't even show up as a rogue AP.
I need these MAPs to be able to associate without having to be physically cabled into the network.
Re: MAPs won't join to RAP after removal from hard line.
Did you add the MAC addresses of your MAPs to the MAC Auth ACL? It won't let them connect unless you give them some way to auth using MAC or RADIUS. Also, console into one of your MAPs while it boots and see what it says.
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