I have a 1231 I am using in rogue detector mode. Each time it reboots, it resets its name back to AP<mac address> and goes back into local mode and does not remember any of its primed information such as AP groups or primary and secondary controllers. It is as if Rogue detector mode is not written to NVRAM of the AP. If I place it in local mode and configure it, everything is fine. I have saved the controller config after the AP was configured in Rogue Detector mode.
Now, if I use a 1242, then everything is fine, so it appears to be an issue with the 1230 APs, I am running 6.0.182.
So, to re-cap. I have two wism blades running 6.0.182. I want to take some 1230 APs that have been converted to Lightweight mode to run in Rogue Detector mode. Doing that is easy. I change the mode to Rogue Detector and I also assign the primary and secondary controllers and change the host name. I Click Save and the controller then sends the config and has to reboot the AP because it changes from local mode to Rogue Detector mode. So far all is well.
Then I power cycle the 1230, which is being powered via PoE and unplug the ethernet cable and then plug it back in to simulate a reboot. Each time I do this, the AP looses the primary and secondary controllers, its host name I gave it and reverts back to local mode. It doesn't seem to remember its config when it is power cycled. So, if this rogue detector was in production, if it ever lost power, I would have to reconfigure it via the controller or WCS.
I am just trying to find out why when I configure it in rogue detector mode, it won't save that config. If I configured it in local mode and make settings changes like host name or primary and secondary controllers, then power cycle it, it comes back up just fine.
This only seems to be happening on 1230's. I did this on a 1240 and could not duplicate the problem, but I have duplicated it on two different 1230's.
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