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ExtremeCloud Appliance - AP510 Radio Report showing a swap of the radio numbering

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TitleExtremeCloud Appliance - AP510 Radio Report showing a swap of the radio numbering
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ExtremeCloud Appliance - AP510 Radio Report showing a swap of the radio numbering

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Environment
  • ExtremeCloud Appliance
  • AP505
  • AP510
  • 4.36.01.0097
Cause
Function as designed. 
Resolution
As we go forward with new AP configurations, and also with the normalization of AP firmware under WiNG7, the radio modes are no longer pre-determined and reflect the operational capability of the device. We now need a single representation for the configuration, regardless of operational modes. Therefore, there is no guarantee that Radio 1 will be 5.0 GHz as even that can change within the device itself. In the example image above, the AP510’s radio1 could just as easily have been Radio 1 @5 and Radio2 @5.0 as well.  As per the change in labeling to the generalized radio index reference, the admin(and system integrators) needs to be aware of the mapping and configuration of the target AP, in interpreting the represented operational mode. 
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