1310 AP no longer supported on WCS 7.2 = Orphaned lightweight APs
After upgrading to 7.2 on my 5508 WCS, the 1310 APs will no longer join. After a call to TAC they said the 1300 and 1400 APs are no longer supported on WCS.
Is there any plan to add them back as supported in future releases?
I was thinking I could downgrade my backup 5508 and change the APs to autonomous. Or is there some easier way to make them autonomous?
There is a new 12.4 lightweight IOS for the 1300s, is it possible that would work with the 7.2 code?
Also, as a low cost outdoor AP, I guess I am reduced to putting 1262s in a NEMA box with outdoor antennas. The 1552s are way too expensive for the quantity I need. Is there some other inexpensive outdoor AP that will replace 1300-1400 series?
Re: 1310 AP no longer supported on WCS 7.2 = Orphaned lightweigh
You mean WLC not WCS? I do believe they will not be bringing those back in to support for the newer versions of controller code. For PTP bridging, Cisco partnered up with Exalt and sells their r5005 bridges. Other than that, for true outdoor bridge there are the mesh which you already know about.
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