We have a mixed environment of autonomous and lightweight access points. Previously I have upgraded 1242s from IOS based operation using the CiscoAironet-AP-to-LWAPP-Upgrade-Tool-v34.exe application. This works great and we don't have to visit site.
When I try this method with the AIR-SAP2602E-E-K9 I get access point not supported. On Cisco support there isn't a tool listed under the appropriate section. Is there another method to remotely make an auonomous 2602 into a LWAP without needing console access?
Just to add to Steves post.... the tool stopped being supported on the 1252's, so yes, that will not work with the 1252's or later AP's. Since your AP's are 2602's you can just use the archive download-sw command. Thats what I do.
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