If similar questions have been asked before, please forgive me asking again.
I am trying to add some AP's to an NX5500 (18.104.22.168).
I already have about 7 AP7522's connected and they appear to be communicating ok.
I am now trying to add an additional 7522 (22.214.171.124) that was previously connected to another controller. The AP appears to be adopted to the controller but is not loading the default policy as the other units have. The Auto Provisioning profile is configured for this AP type though.
When I query the AP in the dashboard I can see the old Wireless LAN SSID's an d it is also not being assigned an IP as it should, based on the profile.
I also have an AP650 that was originally configured against old RFS controller. When connected to the NX5500, it appeared to be adopted and the firmware upgrade to 126.96.36.199.
This AP is also not downloading the profile from the controller but I can get onto this unit with SSH and can see it is just loading the default profile from the AP, not the controller.
There is no option in the NX5500 to add the Auto Provisioning to ap650 profile.
The radios on this unit are "off" and complaining about the country code not being set. However the country code is set by the RF Domain, which is associated with the Auto Provisioning Policy and as this can't be set against the ap650 I have tried to override the country code at the device level but I guess that because it isn't getting any policy it's also not accepting changes.
I have tried sending a factory reset but end up in the same situation.
Any help is appreciated as I'm new to the Extreme Wing type devices.
Best answer by peawet08
Thanks for your help. It was a configuration issue in the default-ap650 profile I had created.
The key was you saying it might be layer2/3 connectivity to the controller. The issue was that I had accidentally ticked the "Tag Native VLAN" in the ethernet settings.
It looks like it is working now.
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