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How to enable Cluster 'force-configured-state' on WiNG controller as an override?

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TitleHow to enable Cluster 'force-configured-state' on WiNG controller as an override?
Question
  • How to enable Cluster 'force-configured-state' on WiNG controller as an override?
Environment
  • WiNG
  • WiNG Controller
  • VX9000
  • NX75XX
  • NX55XX
  • RFS4000
Answer
>enable
#self
#cluster force-configure-state
#com wr

 
Additional notes
Forces adopted APs to auto revert when a failed wireless controller or service platform(in a cluster) restarts. When an active controller (wireless controller, or service platform) fails, a standby
controller in the cluster takes over APs adopted by the failed active controller. If the failed active controller were to restart, it starts a timer based on the ‘force-configured-state-delay’interval specified. At the expiration of this interval, the standby controller releases all adopted APs and goes back to a monitoring mode. If the active controller fails during this interval, the ‘force-configured-state-delay’ timer is stopped. The timer restarts as
soon as the active controller comes back up. This feature is disabled by default.

force-configured-state-delay default is 5 minutes.

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