Thank you, but the link to the article does not work. Probably pointing to your old web site.
I was able to figure out how to make the B380 control remote APs. Enable the feature on the B380.
Then went to the remote site which uses a B210. Disabled the B210 managing the access points. Added a DNS route for “wlancontroller” to point to the B380’s WAN1. I then rebooted each of he access points. It works!
Using the B380 as contoller, I regained the ability to block specified subnets, which in my case are all our LANs at four sites connected by speed fusion. Interesting that the block subnet feature still exists in the B380, but does is no available on InControl2.
My B380 is still running firmware 6.3.3. If I upgrade to firmware 7.0, will I lose the block subnet feaure? I would not want to lose that!
Controlling from the B380 also gave me back the ability to turn off the AP radios during certain hours of he day. As a future feature request, please let me control the individual SSID separately with hours of the day. At present I have to turn off the AP radio entirely, but I’d prefer to just disable the guest SSID, while continuing our internal use SSID at all times.