Have you installed all the AP's? If not, your vendor may be willing to trade them back for the 1602I model, that has the built-in omni antenna, which sounds like what you should have gotten in the first place.
You have no antenna attached at all? The E models are designed to be used with some form of antgenna, but with nothing attached any signal will be radiated just from the internal connections... Even the little "stick" antennas will give considerable improvement.
The ADVANTAGE of the E is that you have the capability of "optimizing" the antenna based on your needs. Simple omnidirectional, to Yagi directional antenna - whatever suits the environment. But you DO need some antenna or you will get minimal signal. "I" models have an internal omni built into the case - non-optimal, but simple and normally adequate for many environments.
I have a few AIR-CAP3502E-A-K9 access points that I want to change to Lightweight mode. I did a lot of researching and found that I needed the ap3g1-k9w7-tar.153-3.JAB.tar file or a similar version of it.I do have that file and I was able to upload ...
WLAN Poller provides functionality to:
Bulk data/debug collection from Controllers and APs. Execute the commands on regular intervals.
DFS statistics and debug collection
IOS AP Flash health check and memory
AP cert check with generating reports
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WLAN controller newb here. A power outage took out my home network but upon return my two SSIDs came back and my three APs went blue... everything WiFi related was working as expected. Sometime later I logged into the WLAN Controller web-page to see I hav...