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"access point location command invoked" - AIR-LAP1252AG-N-K9

Hi!

We got some serious issues to get APs running on a WLC 5508 (7.0.116.0). The APs were added and configured in the WCS, but no SSID can be found by clients (802.11b/g Network Status is enabled).

The radio led is blinking green on the APs which indicate that the "access point location command" has been invoked. What's the meaning of that?

thx in advance for you support.

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"access point location command invoked" - AIR-LAP1252AG-N-K9

What WLAN ID did you configure?  DId you configure AP groups?  If so, you need to add the WLAN to the AP groups, as the first 16 are in the 'default group'

Steve

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Re: "access point location command invoked" - AIR-LAP1252AG-N-K9

Hi Steve,

I defined an AP group different to the default group. I added two WLAN Profiles (ID 2 & 3) an put them into my AP group as well as the APs themselves.

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Sascha

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