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Posted on 2013-11-20
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Hi,

Finally managed to get a budget to replace the old Netgear "cough" wireless network.

I have purchased 1 x Cisco 2504 WLC and 6 x AIR-CAP3602I-E-K9  

Updated the WLC to the following :-

Software Version 7.4.110.0
Field Recovery Image Version 7.4.1.30

And the Ap to :-

Software Version 7.4.110.0

Connected port 1 & 2 to a 3750X Stack and enabled Port-Channel and LAG
on the switch and WLC.

However


the access points are listed under the 802.11a/n Radios and the 802.11b/g/n Radios
but nothing is listed under Dual-Band Radios


Have I done something incorrectly ?

Any help or setup guidance appricated.

Thank you in advance.
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Question by:Mongo Peck
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Craig Beck earned 500 total points
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No, that's actually correct.

The 3602 has two separate radios - a 2.4GHz radio and a 5GHz radio.  It's a bit confusing, I know, but that doesn't make the 'radio' dual-band.  That makes the 'AP' dual-band.

A dual-band 'radio' is an individual radio module which serves both frequencies using the same hardware.  Typically this will be the 802.11ac module in your case.

If you add an 802.11ac module to the 3600 AP you'll need to run v7.5 code.
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