The X.509 certificates are burned into protected flash on both the access point (AP) and WLC at the factory by Cisco. On the AP, factory installed certificates are called manufacturing installed certificates (MIC).
You must select MIC box to connect AP to WLC.
For Auth for APs
you can add the mac address of APs and check the box Autheriz MIC APs againest auth-list or AAA.
That's not increasing security. If someone out a new Cisco ap that is lightweight on your network.... It's your now, because you manage it.
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Is the correct answer!
Correct answer is to Sandeep (the penny dropped after reading his post a couple of times), but thank you for your time Scott, it is very much appreciated.
Correct. Also note you can add your APs to the Ap policy list OR the mac address filter. Both will work,
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