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Offline newdud

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AP Adaption
« on: April 18, 2017, 04:25:10 AM »
Hello All

I have somewhat strange issues. I have a RFS600 with AP in remote office connected via a leased line.
All working fine. The leased lines are routed.

We are in the process of changing the leased line from one provider to another. We are now dual running and from what I can see all the data is being routed via the new line.

The issues is that when I unplug the old line the remote AP are adopted from the controller, which mean some data is being sent via the old link but I am unable to fathom what it is. I know the APs are adopted by something other than TCP. We have other stuff that runs across the link and they are fine.

Can anyone point me into the direction of how the APs get adopted to the main controller? Or any documentation related to this.

The remote APs are set so that via DHCP option 189 they are pointed to the IP of the controlelr and they come online.





Offline McNulty

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Re: AP Adaption
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2017, 10:32:06 PM »
Have you looked here?
https://forums.networkinfrastructure.info/motorola-wireless-lan-switches/wing-5-series-documents/

Look for the doc referring to "How to centralized deployments"