Re: FOR WAP4410N ACCESS POINT CAN CONFIGURE IN 4404 WLC
APs are “lightweight,” which means that they cannot act independently of a wireless LAN controller (WLC). The WLC manages the AP configurations and firmware. The 'Light Weight' APs are “zero touch” deployed and have to be managed by a WLC.
WAP4410 have their own intelligent software and cannot be controlled by a WLC. sorry..you really need light Weight Access points to take advantage of Wireless Lan Controller.
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