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Steve Davis
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Upgrade of 4402 Controller to 7.0.98.0 or 7.0.22.0 breaks WLC ability to display 1130 series APs

Almost a year ago we upgraded our 4402 Controller to 7.0.98.0 to support our 1262 APs. This allowed them to be in our network. We recently realized that we are unable to access the 1130 APs directly from the WLC. We can still access them from the controller GUI, but not the WLC gui.  If we downgrade to the 6.0.202.0, it fixes the issue with the 1130's, but we can longer have the 1262's on our network.  The error we get when we try to connect to 1130's while on 7.0.98.0 or 7.0.220.0 is as follows:

7.0.98.0 error

Error: Object "LradMeshNode" does not exist

7.0.220.0 error

Error: Object "Child of Lrad#302675 (Lrad00:15:c7:2a:20:c0) class LradMeshNode" does not exist.

Any suggestions?

thanks,

Steve

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If you at trying to access the aps via wcs and it's not at or a head of the wlc code you could experience issue like you mentioned.

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do you mean you can't see the 1131 on wcs ?

If so, is your wcs on the same code rev as your wlc or a head ? Wcs should always be at or a head in code than your wlc ..

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We can see them and they function fine. But when we try to go to access the 1130 APs it gives the error. We will do the upgrade of the WCS today. If that doesn't work any other suggestions?

If you at trying to access the aps via wcs and it's not at or a head of the wlc code you could experience issue like you mentioned.

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