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  • 1. Basic Cisco WLAN Installation Configuring and Migrating Standalone Access Points
  • 2. Managing the Access Point
    • Console port
      • Requires rollover cable
    • Telnet
      • Requires an IP address
    • Web browser
      • Requires an IP address
      • Preferred connection
    • To set an IP address:
      • Use DHCP
      • Use Cisco IP Setup Utility (IPSU)
      • Set using console port
    • Default username and password
      • Web browser: blank/Cisco
      • Telnet: Cisco/Cisco
      • Console port: enable password (Cisco)
  • 3. Main Menu: Home
  • 4. Express Setup Menu
  • 5. Express Security Setup
  • 6. Network Interfaces
  • 7. Network Interfaces (Cont.)
  • 8. Radio1-802.11A Network Interface
  • 9. Radio1-802.11A Network Interface (Cont.)
  • 10. Aironet AP Cisco IOS-to-LWAPP Conversion
      • Allows standalone APs to be converted to lightweight (LWAPP)
      • Converted APs can join a Cisco WLC
      • Requires an upgrade tool (software application), WCS or AP CLI
      • Telnet must be enabled on WCS
      • Support for multiple AP conversions at a time
      • AP must be at a minimum version of Cisco IOS before upgrade
      • Ability to revert back to Cisco IOS
      • Console/Telnet/SSH/HTTP/HTTPS offer limited features when in LWAPP
      • Manufacturer installed certificates and self-signed certificates supported
      • 1130, 12XX, 1300 can be migrated; 1400 can’t be; 1500 is LWAPP only
  • 11. Cisco IOS-to-LWAPP Conversion Utility
  • 12. Cisco IOS-to-LWAPP Conversion Utility (Cont.)
      • AP IP address, Telnet username, Telnet password, enable password
      • Hardware-specific file image
      • DNS not mandatory when using the utility, mandatory when using WCS
  • 13. Cisco IOS-to-LWAPP Conversion Utility (Cont.)
  • 14. LWAPP-to-Cisco IOS Conversion
    • Can be done from the controller CLI
      • If the access point joined a controller
      • Use config ap tftp-downgrade tftp-server-ip-address filename access-point-name
    • Can be done from the AP subnet with default address 10.0.0.1
    • Requires physical access to the AP
  • 15. Adding Standalone Access Points to WCS Limited standalone AP support starting with v4.2 WCS
  • 16. Converting APs to LWAPP Using WCS
  • 17. Converting APs to LWAPP Using WCS (Cont.) Once added to WCS, standalone AP can be converted to LWAPP using a template
  • 18. Summary
      • Standalone access points can be managed directly using CLI or web interface.
      • The express setup and express security can be used to provide a simple configuration.
      • The Cisco IOS-to-LWAPP conversion utility can be used to convert a standalone AP to LWAPP mode.
      • This process can also be run from the Cisco WCS, if the AP was added while in standalone mode.
  • 19.