We can find the " config ap max-count count" command in command guide. As below:
config ap max-count
To configure the maximum number of access points supported by the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC),
use the config ap max-count command.
config ap max-count number
Syntax Description number Number of access points supported by the Cisco WLC.
Command Default None
Command History Release Modification
This command wasintroduced in a release earlier than
Usage Guidelines The access point count of the Cisco WLC license overrides this count if the configured value is greater than
the access point count of the license. A value of 0 indicatesthat there is no restriction on the maximum number
of access points. If high availability is configured, you must reboot both the active and the standby Cisco
WLCs after you configure the maximum number of access points supported by the Cisco WLC.
Examples The following example shows how to configure the number of access points supported by the Cisco WLC:
(Cisco Controller) >config ap max-count 100
But we cannot do it on any WLC over release7.6.
And " Contoller > General" in GUI, i cannot find "Maximum Allowed AP" field. For this ,i cannot find any bug to explaination this issue.
I think it was availabe only on few software versions(i think 7.5) but now its not anymore supported for newer versions.
As per my info, you will not able to configure(max-count) anymore either from the CLI or GUI.
Cisco must update their documents/release notes.
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