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can AP´s 305c-wr be used as controller mode or standalone mode?

  • 11 February 2021
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I have 30 ap's 305c-wr but it does not have extreme cloud iq, nor a controller, it only has HiveManager but I have already checked that it is not compatible with these computers. The ap's 305c-wr or those of the Cloud family can be configured in standlone mode and configure an ap to act as controller mode. Or what could be a better solution to not waste these equipment?

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Best answer by Christoph S. 11 February 2021, 23:51

Cloud and on-premise. Here’s some literature that may help: https://cloud.kapostcontent.net/pub/e2a6e40e-443f-4b44-ac84-526983d92b39/extremecloud-iq-data-sheet?kui=2qYJQBLLSMFlHTlUjgFbNA

 

On-premise (installed on local server) is subscription based. 

You can’t adopt these APs by 3rd party controllers. 

 

Thank you,

 

Chris

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Hello David,

 

Have you checked out Extremecloud IQ connect? It may help in your case: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000056841

 

Thank you

 

excuseme Christoph S.

ExtremeCloud IQ Connect is it a trial version?

or does it have a price?

or is there already a license with my AP?

 

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You can use it to onboard APs without requiring licenses. It’s a toned down version of XIQ Pilot but has the basic features that will allow you to onboard and use your APs. 

This will provide you with a quick view of the differences:

 

ok, another question, these device (type C) only work at cloud level, or can they also adapt to other modes?

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Cloud and on-premise. Here’s some literature that may help: https://cloud.kapostcontent.net/pub/e2a6e40e-443f-4b44-ac84-526983d92b39/extremecloud-iq-data-sheet?kui=2qYJQBLLSMFlHTlUjgFbNA

 

On-premise (installed on local server) is subscription based. 

You can’t adopt these APs by 3rd party controllers. 

 

Thank you,

 

Chris

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