04-04-2012 02:30 AM
How to provision WLA 372 on WLC-8?
Is there a simple straightforwrd guide?
WLA372 is connected to WLC8.
04-07-2012 07:12 PM
Do you already have other APs configured? It should basically be copy/paste from one of those, changing s/n and model.
Otherwise, you need to define a service-profile to define SSID, auth, encryption, and the associated VLAN. Then a radio profile linked to that, which can define channels, power levels, etc. Then the AP (or auto), linked to the radio-profile.
For a basic config, using WPA2-PSK, something like (I think I've got this all right):
set service-profile MySP ssid-name MySSID
set service-profile MySP auth-fallthru last-resort
set service-profile MySP psk-phrase PassPhrase
set service-profile MySP rsn-ie cipher-ccmp enable
set service-profile MySP rsn-ie auth-psk enable
set service-profile MySP rsn-ie enable
set service-profile MySP attr vlan-name MyVLAN
set radio-profile default service-profile MySP
set ap auto mode enable
set ap auto time-out 10
(radio-profile default is default)
set vlan 1 name MyVLAN
set vlan 1 port 1
04-08-2012 06:59 PM
04-09-2012 12:14 PM
Check the docs for how an AP finds its controller. L2 broadcast, then DHCP option, then looks for DNS name "trpz," or something like that. There isn't much config on an AP - it could have static IP and/or mesh SSID configured and/or WLC address, not much else. The rest it gets from the controller when they talk. If your's has a WLC controller configured, you might need to connect it to the same subnet/VLAN/broadcast domain as the controller you want to use to get it to come up, then do "clear ap X boot-config" from the WLC cli.
04-09-2012 07:10 PM
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