I have configured HREAP but not applied to any AP, My question is when i view the AP config i see the AP group name as none and for other ap as "group-default" can anyone tell me why am i seeing this??
Thanks for the update. I know when i apply the HREAP to AP it works but my question was why is the AP mode getting "default-group mode" and "none" mode for some AP without applying the HREAP config on them.
Whats the difference between them(i.e default group and none)?
Are you planning on doing HREAP local switching or central switching? If you are going to be doing local switching, I don't believe that AP group have any effect on HREAPs. HREAP will use VLAN mappings under HREAP's configuration. I believe that AP groups only apply when you do central switching.
Also don't confuse AP groups with HREAP groups. Two different things.
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