Upgrade license 4402 for additional access Points

You can apply the L-LIC-WPLUS-25 to a 4402 to enable multiple access points? Or are the 4402 models all locked in their designated access point license?

Thank you

-Con

Hi Con,

Unfortunately not :(

The number of support of the AP is "hardcoded" on the WLC model and is not expandable up to 5500 series.

See you soon!

Rob

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