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Author Topic: Some things I have learned the hard way on IPv6 and AP Arrays  (Read 6418 times)

drshock

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This applies to the DAP-2695 A2, but also the DAP-2553 B1 and DAP-2590 B1.
 
I had problems getting my setup working and after discussing with level 2 at D-Link learned these configurations are simply not supported.  Just sharing to save others time in the future.

1) You cannot enable IPv6 and an AP Array at the same time.   These features are mutally exclusive.   Newer firmware will actually disable the AP Array page from user entry once you enable IPv6.

2) You cannot mix different DAP models into an AP array.    We had a DAP-2553 slave in a DAP-2695 array and learned that this was the cause for the master's radios to constantly reboot.
 
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Re: Some things I have learned the hard way on IPv6 and AP Arrays
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2016, 10:45:20 AM »

Thanks for the information that you got from D-Link support. Hope it helps future users.

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