Cisco WLC: Blocking specific AP's from joining a WLC

Is it possible, on a Cisco WLC, to blacklist single or multiple AP's from joining the WLC?
I know how to block clients by adding mac addresses but does that include mac addresses of AP's?

Any help is appreciated?

Thanks S.
Sarah S.Network TraineeAsked:
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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Open WLC -> Advanced -> Security -> AAA -> AP Policies -> Add AP to Authorization List
Craig BeckCommented:
Hello There's comment does the opposite, but it's the right idea.  Just adding APs to the list isn't enough.

You need to add AP MACs that you want to allow, then enable MAC auth for APs. In Security -> AAA -> AP Policies enable the Authorize APs option.

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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Sure.
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Sarah S.Network TraineeAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for the comments, I really appreciate you taking the time to help me.

@Craig Beck: I take it I need to add all those APs manually. We have in the range of 300 AP's and I would hate to be the one adding all those by hand (haven't been able to find a bulk upload feature).
The enable option you mention, would that be the "Authorize MIC APs against ..." by any chance?
Craig BeckCommented:
Yep that's the one.

You can import the AP MACs via CLI rather than via GUI. It's easier.
Sarah S.Network TraineeAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for the assistance and input :)
Wish you both a pleasant day.
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