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I've run into this in the past. The controlling switch (NV 15XX) must have a VLAN interface enabled, and if the switch ports are Trunked (802.1Q), the native VLAN must match the active VLAN interface). Since VLAN 1 is the default native vlan, I like to use it for the NV 150 control.
Interface vlan 1
ip address 10.10.10.254 255.255.255.0
Switch Interface (trunked):
interface Gigabit 0/1
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk native vlan 1 (this is not needed unless the desired vlan id is NOT 1)
If you are not trunking the switch ports for the NV150's, you just need to make sure the the are accessing a VLAN id that the controlling NetVanta 15XX switch has a VLAN interface enabled.
I hope this helps.
Thanks vmaxdawg05 for your help,
Thanks to you i saw a thing that firstly passed away. Althought the AC was enabled, i also had to enable on the default VLAN (which was the only one i had) the feature Wireless Control Protocol. As soon as i enabled it the AC started controlling the AP. I remember that in the past this step wasn't necessary, only had to enable the AC.
Thanks for the help.