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Snika
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AP ip is set to static, but it is forcibly renewed by DHCP

AP3C41.0E9C.4798#capwap ap ip 192.168.98.197 255.255.255.0 192.168.98.1

AP3C41.0E9C.4798#show capwap ip config
IP Address : 192.168.98.197
IP netmask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.98.1


AP3C41.0E9C.4798#[*02/04/2021 03:50:58.8957] ethernet_port wired0, ip 192.168.100.73, netmask 255.255.255.0, gw 192.168.100.254, mtu 1500, bcast 192.168.100.255, dns1 168.126.63.1, vid 0, static_ip_failover true, dhcp_vlan_failover false
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.4848] AP IPv4 Address updated from 192.168.100.71 to 192.168.100.73
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.4948] Cleanning up DTLS connection.
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.5548]
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.5548] CAPWAP State: DTLS Teardown
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.7448] upgrade.sh: Script called with args:[ABORT]
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.7848] do ABORT, part2 is active part
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.8247] upgrade.sh: Cleanup tmp files ...
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.8447] Discarding msg CAPWAP_WTP_EVENT_REQUEST(type 9) in CAPWAP state: DTLS Teardown(4).
[*02/04/2021 03:51:01.8447] Discarding msg CAPWAP_WTP_EVENT_REQUEST(type 9) in CAPWAP state: DTLS Teardown(4).
[*02/04/2021 03:51:05.7635] ethernet_port wired0, ip 192.168.100.73, netmask 255.255.255.0, gw 192.168.100.254, mtu 1500, bcast 192.168.100.255, dns1 168.126.63.1, vid 0, static_ip_failover false, dhcp_vlan_failover false

 

AP3C41.0E9C.4798#show capwap ip config
IP Address : 192.168.100.73
IP netmask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.100.254

 

I want to set ip to static.

But it is forced to renew DHCP.

What should I do?

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Scott Fella
Hall of Fame Master

There is logic built into the join process. If the ap using a static does not join the controller, the ap will revert to dhcp. The logic here is that the ap might be on the wrong vlan by mistake, thus allowing the ap to find the controller.
-Scott
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Scott Fella
Hall of Fame Master

There is logic built into the join process. If the ap using a static does not join the controller, the ap will revert to dhcp. The logic here is that the ap might be on the wrong vlan by mistake, thus allowing the ap to find the controller.
-Scott
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Tyson Joachims
Rising star

When you statically set the IP address, did you also statically set the IP address for the Wireless Controller?

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