Cisco :: 1130 - Aironet Access Point Not Able To Connect By User
Jun 12, 2011
I have CISCO Aironet access point C1130 , but not able to connect by users, I can see below logs from access point.
Jun 13 17:50:10.686: RADIUS: no sg in radius-timers: ctx 0x10653F8 sg 0x0000
Jun 13 17:50:10.686: RADIUS: Retransmit to (188.8.131.52:1645,1646) for id 1645/247
Jun 13 17:50:15.678: RADIUS: no sg in radius-timers: ctx 0x10653F8 sg 0x0000
Jun 13 17:50:15.678: RADIUS: Retransmit to (184.108.40.206:1645,1646) for id 1645/247
I have a 1130 cisco access point,we are using this for wireless cisco IP phone connectivity to the network.Earlier access point was woring fine and we were able to make calls through IP phone.But we have relocated to new place.Now the access point is not working and we are not able to make the calls on the wireless IP phone as the access point is not working.But the access is in the netwrok and we are able to ping the IP address of the Access point.
We are contonuously getting the below loggs on Access point and the access point is getting power from the ethernet port of the switch not through the external powerr adaptor.
We have an Cisco Aironet 1130AG access point which is deployed as Stand Alone Access point, connected to Cisco 2960 Switch.Now we want to configure an Guest Wifi Access for guest users , for accessing internet ,Is it possible to configure Guest wifi for stand alone access point,( Bcoz i created in WCS, i am not sure about stand alone), i read in articles like create new vlan for Guest account & assign it like that , but not clear.
I need to configure SNMP on our company Aironet 1130. I am told there is a tool we can use that will allow us do the configuration from a PC vs connecting directly to the device.. If that is true, where can I download it?
My wireless users are loosing the internet(http and https) connection many times per day. I just check the ports configuration in the switch, but The problem persist. The device is a Cisco Aironet 1130 AG.
We have a Cisco Aironet 1130AG Wireless AP (firmware 12.4) and have a guest wireless network (internet only) and corporate wireless network configured on it. They are kept separate by having different VLANs assigned to them. When a laptop connects to the guest network I see the DHCP request go out and it is tagged with the correct VLAN. The problem is when a laptop connects to the corporate network I see the DHCP request go out but there is no VLAN tagged on the packets. This causes a problem because both of our DHCP servers (on VLAN 1 and 3, remote DHCP servers no DHCP running on the Aironet [Doesn't seem like this version has a DHCP server]) are sending responses and sometimes the corporate user will get an IP address on the Guest subnet.
Our corporate network is setup on VLAN 1 which is configured as the Native VLAN on the Aironet. Will this cause the Aironet not to tag these packets with any VLAN information? Any other thoughts as to why it isn’t tagging these packets to a VLAN?
I have dozens of Cisco Aironet 1100 access points, each is managing its own wi-fi with DHCP. I had to disable dhcp on them because they are on a wired subnet where I am using the static IPs and don't want my wired clients to get DHCP addresses, nor someone to be able to plug the wire into own laptop and get on the network. It's been working fine with one exception - I need to be able to ping my access points from the central site, and I can't. What IOS command would enable ICMP echo on my access points in this case?
We have an aironet 1130ag in a remote office connected to the data centre over MPLS. The Radius server is based on server 2003.We have hundreds of these points set up exactly the same but this is the only one giving me issues, I even stripped the config and rebuilt it and then swapped with a new access point
The issue is that clients can't authenticate when connecting to the access point but provides nothing in event viewer. Checking the RADIUs server provides nothing either.The access point error logs just state station: authentication failed
On looking deeper into the problem I enabled RADIUS debugging on the access point and got some interesting results, in particular is the line: no sg in radius-timers: ctx 0x12EF0A4 sg 0x0000.I can't find out what no SG in Radius-timers actually means, but after that line appears I just see more retransmits and no sg fails.
I inspected the packets on the RADIUs server and found lots access requests coming from my access point and lots of access-challenges returning back from my RADIUS server - I'm not sure how often that's supposed to happen or if it's a one time occurance. I did however see directly after the first access-request that the RADIUS server returns with UDP and is fragmented, length is 1514...... could this be the problem? If so why cannot it hanlde fragmented packets?
I am trying to find a way to login to our wirless access point. I have a Aironet 1130AG series wireless router. I have the ip address. It is a POE device so i dont have a power supply for this device. When it is on I can see the Wireless Network but the passcode has been lost and no one knows it. Is there a default IP address for this equipment? There is an Ethernet port for a console but without the power supply i cannot access it.
We are currently using several AP's in our organization. And in this one AP i want to give a user the power to change the password of the wireless network to prevent miss use. I was wondering if it was possible to create an account who only has the privilege to change the WPA key?? I want to prevent that he will accidently change other settings.
I am looking at outdoor access points, I want to stick with Cisco aironet, we currently have 6 of them that are 6 years old and running great, one has had a problem because of humidity, dried it out and relocated and we are good again.
I was looking at the Aironet 1310 Outdoor access point, but I can't find much information on it. I am looking to see how many SSIDs can be setup, we currently have 2 one private, and one public, this is done with VLANS. I am also looking at finding out about the power injector, it converts to coaxial cable, it has 2 RJ-45 and 2 Coaxial, does this mean if we get 2 access points, then I only need 1 power injector?
I am trying to change wpa2 key on an Aironet 1231g access point. Once I change they key, clients cannot authenticate to the access point unless they either change the password or forget and re add the network on the client device. Is there any way to make the client ask for a new key if the key doesn't match when authenticating?
I'm working on setting up an Aironet 1040 Wireless Access Point for my company. It's my first time setting up something like this, and I've run into a bit of trouble.
I created my first SSID easily enough, following the manual and guides online. I set up VLAN 1 as my native VLAN and linked it to my SSID with the encryption and security that I was told to use and it works great. However, my boss asked me to set up a second connection as well for guests at the office, and this is where my trouble starts.
I created VLAN 2, and then another SSID which I linked here. I set up encryption and security the same way, and I can see the network when I open up my network and sharing manager. I can connect to the network as well, but I either get a spinning blue icon where my signal strength indicator is or a few bars with a yellow caution sign, and Windows says 'Identifying...'. I've compared the two SSIDs using the console and the GUI and I can't seem to spot any obvious differences between them.
I want to connect two buildings. Let's call them Building A (main) and Building B.
„A“ is the main building and provides a wired LAN to an AAA server (192.168.1.2) and the WAN gateway (192.168.1.1). There I placed a 1262N with the IP 192.168.1.3 connected to the wired LAN and configured it as Root-Bridge. Let's call it AP01.
„B“ is a pretty large building and has a wired LAN from one end to the other end. So I placed two 1262N there, each at one end.
The first 1262N is configured as non-root Bridge (AP02) and connects to the Root Bridge (AP01). The IP address of AP02 is 192.168.1.4.
The second 1262N is configured as Access Point (AP03) and connects to the non-root Bridge (AP02) via the wired LAN. The IP adress of AP03 is 192.168.1.5
1. Do I need tell AP02 about the AAA Server in Building A or acts AP01 like a AAA Proxy for AP02 because of it Root Bridge functionality?
2. How Do I tell AP03 that it should use AP02 as a gateway to building A?
I have a very special application where I need to connect as much as possible end devices to a single access point.The required data throughput per end device is very small - around 1 to 5 kbit/sec.I am using the Access Point Aironet 1242AG.
1. What is the maximum number of simultaneous users that can be connected to a Cisco Access point, is it 255 or can be more ?
2. If I define multiple SSID’s, what if the total numbers of users that can be connected to a Cisco Access point
3. I there a simulator tool that can be used to simulate multiple wireless connections to an AP
4. Have anyone tested so many users connected to 1 Access point ?
I would like to buy Cisco Aironet 1260 Access Points, i just want to use them independantly so i want to know do they work without the Wireless LAN Controller? or i have to have the controller for them to work? they will be in different locations so i cant have a controller per each location.
i've been looking for a way to isolate clients on a Cisco Aironet 1121 on a certain SSID, and i cant find anything, tried pretty much everything i coudl remember, but since im no expert on Cisco wireless.
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I must configure an Aironet 2602e Access Point, as a standalone access point (without WLC), but I can not find Configuration Guides for that. I have only found the "getting started guide" but there is described an installation combined with a WLC, which I have not. Is it provided no real guidance from Cisco? I did something never done before.
We are in need to perform a site survey with the Aironet 1041N Access Point.
Upon reviewing the site survey software, it seems you need to use an Aironet adapter. However from what i can tell, all the Aironet adapters are PCMICA cards, which most modern laptops do not have, and the PCMICA cards that do exist don't have drivers for windows 7.
Are there USB adapters w/ Windows 7 drivers that can be used to perform a site survey?
We have 2 aironet 1310 aps setup as infrastructure access points between 2 buildings. One went south on us & we placed it. Before the bad one went down, we were able to manage both remotely & could see them from the next device via CDP. Now, we can't connect or even ping either AP. And the weird part is that the switches that connected to each can see each other via CDP, but not the access points between them. I'm attaching the configuration. Before I make the 2.5 hour drive back to the site, what I may have misconfigured on either or both access points?