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Cisco LWAPP/CAPWAP Not Working

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I have a Cisco WLC 2504 and a few 702W LAPs that I am trying to get configured to work together.  I cannot seem to get the LWAPP/CAPWAP discovery to work.  I've attached the output I get after issuing a "debug capwap packet enable" command.

The WLC's management interface and the LAPs are on the same subnet.  No firewalls exist between the two devices.  I can ping from the WLC to the LAP and vice versa.

Any ideas what my issue might be?
DEBUG-CAPWAP-PACKET-ENABLE.txt
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 2000 total points
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have you been holding onto this for almost a year or is time not considered important
Jan 01 07:21:13.466

controller discovery process http://bit.ly/1FXbubr
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Thank you, David.

I actually stumbled onto my answer about the same time I was reading your response.  I did a "debug pm pki enable" and started getting messages about setting the date and time on the controller.

Needless to say, after I set the date to something more realistic (it was January of 2000), CAPWAP started working.

This is a demo controller I received from Cisco.
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