Hey sorry, you guys are probably sick of me asking so many questions. I have my NX5500 setup and on the network now. I have my adaptive licenses enabled on the controller. I can see the access points (currently they are controlled by a virtual controller which is one of the access points). What is the next step to get the controller to adopt these access points and get them updated? Do I need to remove them from their current virtual controller? They’re AP7632s running Wing 5.9. The goal is to get them adopted and updated to 220.127.116.11 which the controller is running on.
Best answer by Christoph S.
1 - Check the number of licenses you have and make sure you have enough for AP adoption (each AP needs a license): #show licenses
2 - Turn the VC into a standalone AP: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000081758
3 - Make sure all settings are properly configured on your NX5500
4 - Reboot the APs (try a couple first). Since they use Mint MLCP Vlan for adoption, they should look for and get adopted by the NX5500 ( as long as they are in the same broadcast domain, meaning that the NX is not behind a managed switch). Once adopted, they should start upgrading to 18.104.22.168.
5 - If the NX5500 is behind a managed switch and you need to switch to layer 3 adoption, follow these instructions for same: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000081714