How to move a 3502i from one 5508 controller to a new one?
We have two 5508's. One (5508-1) is on 162.x.x.x network; the other (5508-2) is on 10.x.x.x network (vlan 8).
If I unbox a 3602E, plug it into a switchport that's configured for vlan 8, it will find 5508-2, download the correct firmware (126.96.36.199), reboot, join the controller, and hand out the correct IP's to clients that connect.
I have several 3502i's joined to 5508-1, running 188.8.131.52 that I now want to join to 5508-2.
So I change the switchport (that a currently joined 3502 is plugged into) to vlan 8 and reboot the AP. The AP boots back up, rejoins 5508-1, but get's a 10.x.x.x IP address. Yet it hands out 162.x.x.x addresses. It won't join 5508-2...but it shows up on 5508-2 as "not joined".
I've done a factory reset on a 3502i and that changed nothing...it found 5508-1 and joined it as above.
I forgot to mention that I'd done that. On 5508-1, for that AP, I set 5508-2 and 10.x.x.x in the HA tab as you suggested. I also unchecked "static ip" on the General tab so it would pickup a DHCP address.
Do you have access to console of 3502i AP or is that mounted somewhere ? If you have console access we can try few thing via AP CLI.
Normally if you configure the primary controller name & IP address AP HA tab, it should take precedence over any other fail over method. Are these controller in same mobility group ? In the old code they have to be in same mobility group (but latter code like 7.4 does not need this requirement)
BTW, this ended up being a routing issue, of all things! Got that cleared up, re-followed the steps I'd been doing, and the AP's started showing up on the new wlc and handing out the correct IP's to clients.
As both of your WLC are configured with different network, means the config on both the WLC are not similar so it is not seem HA senario, configure both the WLC with similar configuration and then in the All AP settings in HA tab mention primary 5508-2 and secodary 5508-1 and then connect.
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