We have just gone live with our wireless refresh, using a Cisco 5508 (v7.5) and Cisco 3602i's with the 802.11ac module.
I am having some issues trying to get the AC modules to come up. The AP's are powered by a PoE 3750 switch, which is only capable of producing 15.4w of power per port, so I appreciate that the AC module will not work in conjunction with the 2.4-GHz radio. I have tried Google and these forums, but this is a new technology and unfortunately there is not a great deal of documentation available yet.
802.11ac high throughput is enabled, and the channel width is set to 80MHz. WMM policy is also enabled.
I've disabled the radio and the different networks, and still cannot get to the desired scenario where the AC module is working.
Does anyone have any ideas as to what I could try next?
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