Cisco 1041N Access Points (AP) - New License Issue

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Cisco 1041N Access Points (AP) - New License Issue

Postby pete.arnett » Tue May 22, 2012 12:43 pm

[font=verdana,sans-serif]From IT Support,

You cannot activate any new Cisco
1041N Access Points (AP),headquarter isout oflicenses and they hope to have the issue resolved by the end of the week[/font]


[font=verdana, sans-serif]They confirmed that the Cisco 1041N cannot be configured in a manual mode without a license[/font]
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Postby bradhokanson » Wed May 23, 2012 3:08 am

pete.arnett wrote:[font=verdana,sans-serif]From IT Support,

You cannot activate any new Cisco
1041N Access Points (AP),headquarter isout oflicenses and they hope to have the issue resolved by the end of the week[/font]


[font=verdana, sans-serif]They confirmed that the Cisco 1041N cannot be configured in a manual mode without a license[/font]


This license issue has been resolved. 1041 APs will now activate and associate with controllers back at CHQ.

Thanks for being patient as we work through these issues.
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