I am trying to add 2 x WAP561 AP's to a single point set up cluster that I already have running on 2 x WAP561's. The problem is that whilst the new WAP's accept the cluster name none of the clusters configurations details are updated, such as SSID and security settings.
I have tested this on both new units and have the same result therefore I assume I am missing something rather than hardware issues.
I had this same problem. As it turned out the firmware on the newer APs was newer than the old APs. I had to update the firmware on the old APs. Keep in mind, the settings you have in your existing APs will be lost (at least mine were). So I had to start over from scratch. I wrote down all the MAC addresses I had entered.
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