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Access Point 1240 Support for BBSM5.3

Hello,

I have 3 ap 1240 for install with bbsm 5.3, but when I add the access-point to the bbsm , the bbsm does not recognise has a valid access-point.

Does any one know in what version of bbsm is supported ap1240.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Access Point 1240 Support for BBSM5.3

The documentation indicates that the 1200-series AP's are supported in BBSM 5.2 and 5.3:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/aggr/bbsm/devices.htm#wp1048329

what indications are you getting that indicate non-support?

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Re: Access Point 1240 Support for BBSM5.3

Hello there,

I have a customer who has a BBSM 5.3A which is running the latest patch (5332) and it cannot discover 1242 series AP's as valid network elements. They get the following:

2009/01/07 12:01:53 Pinging X.X.X.X...

2009/01/07 12:01:53 X.X.X.X is ACTIVE

2009/01/07 12:02:18 X.X.X.X: not a Network Element or SNMP password is not ******

2009/01/07 12:02:18

2009/01/07 12:02:18 Pinging X.X.X.X...

2009/01/07 12:02:23 X.X.X.X: no response

2009/01/07 12:02:23

2009/01/07 12:02:23 Pinging X.X.X.X...

2009/01/07 12:02:23 X.X.X.X is ACTIVE

2009/01/07 12:02:47 X.X.X.X: not a Network Element or SNMP password is not ******

2009/01/07 12:02:47

2009/01/07 12:02:47 Pinging X.X.X.X...

2009/01/07 12:02:47 X.X.X.X is ACTIVE

2009/01/07 12:03:12 X.X.X.X: not a Network Element or SNMP password is not ******

2009/01/07 12:03:12

2009/01/07 12:03:12 Pinging X.X.X.X...

2009/01/07 12:03:12 X.X.X.X is ACTIVE

2009/01/07 12:03:37 X.X.X.X: not a Network Element or SNMP password is not ******

They have assured me that the SNMP info is correct as they have checked it several times but the BBSM still doesn't recognise the 1242's. I know that the document link above specifies that 1200's are supported but don't Cisco class the old 1200's, 1230's and 1242's as different? Also, the BBSM didn't recognise some of their 2960-24 switches as valid network elements either but they selected the object type themselves from the list.

Thanks in advance.

Leigh

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