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What are the differences between AP and AAP on WiNG v5.x?

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TitleWhat are the differences between AP and AAP on WiNG v5.x?
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What are the differences between AP and AAP on WiNG v5.x?


AAP is an acronym for Adaptive Access Point. AP is an acronym for Access Point/Port.
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AP8222 , RFS4011 , AP5181 , AP7131 , AP6562 , AP5131 , AP8132 , RFS7000 , RFS6000 , AP7161 , AP7181 , WS5100 , NX9000­NX9500 , RFS4010 , AP6522 , AP6532 , AP300 , AP6521 , AP622 , AP621 , AP6511 , AP650 , NX4500­NX6500 , AP8232 , AP8000
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AP and AAP on WiNG v5.x  

AP licenses can adopt any supported access ports/points that are supported under WiNG v5 (e.g. AP300, AP650, AP6XX, AP65XX, AP71X1, AP8132, and so on. AAP can adopt any supported access ports/points that are supported under WiNG v5 (same as above), except the AP300. AP300 requires AP license for adoption.

Note: Please reference v5.x release notes for supported AP models for each release.
 
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