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3802 Aps not showing up in Controller 3850 GUI after being configured

I tried configuring the controller so the APs auto-join in with CAPWAP but when I open the controller GUI no APs show up  and I get these error messages in the AP : 

config down up [*06/15/2020 22:26:13.4856] [06/15/2020 22:26:15.6000] wired0 emac 0: link up [06/15/2020 22:26:15.6500] wired0: link up [06/15/2020 22:26:15.7000] wired0: started [*06/15/2020 22:26:15.7505] aptrace_register_sysproc_fn: duplicate registeratio n for 'wired'

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Can you confirm if the access-point is on the capwap mode ?

In case the access-point is in the mobility express mode you'll need to convert them:

 

Converting an AP from Mobility Express to CAPWAP Type
To convert a Mobility Express AP into a CAPWAP AP, ap-type capwap from mobility express to lwap
Connect to the Console Port, Telnet or SSH to the AP.
Login to the Mobility Express controller console.

Type: apciscoshell (connect to the AP console)
Login to the AP console using the username Cisco and password Cisco. Both are case-sensitive.
Enter enable.
Type command: ap-type capwap, and confirm .

 

(Cisco Controller) > apciscoshell
APxxxxxx> enable
APxxxxxx capwap ap primary-base mywlc_name x.x.x.x
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yes the access point is on capwap mose

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Time and date is wrong.
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I changed the date but it still didn't fix my problem

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 - What software version is the 3850 running ?

 M.

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16.3.9

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