If these procedures fail or if you continue to see the error message, this indicates a hardware fault in the AP, which must be replaced.
To replace the AP, contact the reseller from whom you purchased the AP. If you purchased the AP directly from Cisco, contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC). The AP must be under warranty, or must be covered by an appropriate service contract.
This document shows the following scalability numbers when working URL Redirection for CWA/Posture with WLC before version 8.7.
Indicative performance drop of WLC software release before 8.7 measured :
Is anyone aware of a client interoperability/compatibility issue matrix with Cisco WLC Advanced Settings? As we try to balance our WLANs on the fine line of client compatibility with the many advantages of advanced features such as 802.11r, CCX 11k, ...
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Is there any way to free up licences from the wlc? We have a WLC with a lot of AP's(325/325), so there is no space for new ones. Some AP's are not connected or even completely removed from use. kind regards