Is it possible to assign a single ssid to multiple interface groups by assigning the ssid to multiple AP groups?
I have buildings geographically dispersed that are configured with multiple vlans in interface groups so that I can maintain an addressing scheme of dhcp assigned addresses per building. Each building is also further grouped as AP groups. I'd like to know if by assigning the same wlan ssid to each of the AP groups, will I maintain addressing integrity for each building? I'm thinking it will work.
Do the buildings have to be outside AP range of each other to avoid problems?
I want to run 2 separate wireless networks from the same appliance (Linksys E2000). Not just separate BSIDs or SSIDs, I want to run an N-only AP and a G-only AP. My wife's laptop is the only wireless N device and I want to ensure that she's getting true wireless N speeds. From what I could tell, I could set up a different VLAN for 2 separate WLANs, but they'll both still both follow the 1 wireless standard (either G or N). Is this even possible or do I need to run two separate wireless APs?
how i can configure a second ssid for guest access in our environment. this is our network setup prior to this request: Internet----Firewall (not ASA)---ce520---C1131AG and CME router is also connecting to the ce520 switch. we only have two vlans: one for voice and two for data.
Presently, there is no vlan configured on the AP because it on broadcasting ont ssid and wireless users gets IP from a windows DHCP server on the LAN. the configuration on the ce520 switch port for the AP and other switches say access vlan is the DATA vlan which automatically becomes the native vlan for all trunk port connecting the AP and other Stiches to the network.
Now with this new requirement, i have made my research and i have configured the AP to broadcast both the production and the guest Vlans. The two vlans are 20-DATA and 60-Guest. I made the DATA vlan on the AP the native vlan since the poe switch is using the DATA vlan as native on the trunk ports. I configured the firewall to serve as DHCP server for the guest ssid and i have added the ip helper-address on the guest vlan interface on all switches while the windows server remains the dhcp server for the production DATA Vlan. I have confirmed that the AP, switches can ping the default gateway of the guest dhcp server which is another interface on the firewall. I can now see and connect to all broadcasted ssids but the problem is I am not getting IP addresses from both the production dhcp server and guest dhcp server when i connected to the ssid one at a time. My AP config is attached below.
Do i need to redesign the whole network to have a native vlan other nthan the data vlan? Does the access point need to be aware of the voice vlan? Do the native Vlan on the AP need to be in Bridge-group 1 or can i leave it in bridge-group 20?
i`m facing a problem configuring the mentioned access point to act as stand alone access point with multiple SSID assigned to differnet VLANs the problem is that
1) i`m not able to broadcast the both SSIDs in the same time from the Access point
2) i need to make the radius server to manage the SSID access for the wireless clients (trying to find a way in which the aceess point sends a log for the radius server containing the VLAN id /IP address of the the SSID) you may find the below info about the IOS ver. & the configuration?
We are implementing the network design between the two sites (OLD Data center and NEW Data Center), scheme in attachement.
We have chosen this scheme on the following criteria: - A single IP network between the sites (for simplicity migration); - Fault tolerance via different ISPs.
But the problem is L2 etherchannel doesn't work correctly: When one side port is shutting down, on the other side etherchannel will not rebuild and does not see that link down on the other end. We have tried to use LACP in etherchannel (mode active on ports), but result was the same. Is it on the ISPs side?
Should we use this design or we have to subneting the network and make connections between the data centers classically with L3 channels and OSPF?
I understand that jumbo frames need to be enabled end-to-end. I have two ESX hosts connected at each site. I want to enable jumbo frames for those ports, but what if not all host on the ESX are using jumbo frames, will I have drops and connection failures? So if i have two sites, each with a 6509 connected via a trunk and need to enable jumbo frames for a vlan between the sites how do I accomplish this?If I enable jumbo frames on the trunk link how does that impact other traffic between the sites?
I currently have a "hub" ASA 5505 that links to 4 sites running 877 routers. From the hub network i can connect to all sites fine but what i would like to do is to almost compartmentalise the various VPN links into little clusters.The hub ASA 5505 basically provides IP telephony through the VPN's from a PBX allowing the users at the other end of the VPN to make outgoing calls and recieve incoming calls. However, a couple of the sites would like to be able to call between eachother internally via the hub. This obviously requires traffic to be allowed between their various networks. Currently when you attempt an internal call it rings but there is no audio either way. I assume this is due to access list restrictions. I am not even sure whether what I am trying to achieve is possible. I've attached the hub and 2 spokes below. The ideal end result would be interconnectivity between the two spokes via the hub, from reading up it would seem that its possible but i can't quite get my head around it! Would it involve using different subnet masks at the hub?
I am about to deploy a load of Aironet LWAPs into my organization. I've configured the WLC 2504 and have a couple of the APs working at our main site. I just needed to plug them in, and they worked perfectly, straight out the box. But I just want to know the following:
1 - will the same apply if I connect an AP at a remote site? Remote sites are on different subnets and connected via IPSEC. Will the remote APs just find the WLC?
2 - is there anything I need to set up especially on the WLC in order to make this work?
I would like to create two site-to-site VPNs, one for data and one for VoIP, between the same sites. One end is an ASA 5510 and the other is a third party firewall. Is this possible if I use different sets of IP addresses for each tunnel?
I am installing 2 ASA 5505s at home offices with dynamic IPs. The EasyVPN server is a ASA585x. I am using the 5505s in NEM mode. I configured a unique DHCP scope on each 5505. I have a dynamic crpto map on the server. I configured unique tunnel groups, group policies and usernames for each site on the server. This seems to work fine. Is it normal to configure unique tunnel groups, group policies and usernames for each remote site?
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I'm using parental controls to block all devices in the house from using tumblr. I cannot do this at a device by device level as it is being used on iphones/androids, laptops and desktops.Unfortunately, the way that tumblr works is that it use many URLs for the different pages people set up so it is not just a case of blocking url... - so I'm struggling to work out if I can do this via URL blocking on the router settings. How to do this at router level.
We just got a WAP4410n and cant seem to get multiple SSID's to show up when searching for them.Only SSID1 shows up in Kismet or any other type of Wifi detector software, is it supposed to be like this?I would imagine that it should display both SSID's
Instead of just Mynetwork1, I have tried everything i can think of to connect to the second one but nothing seems to work.
We have a secure ssid and a guest ssid. Is the a way to prompt for a single username and password and if that name is guest it will automatically connect to the guest ssid? If active directory user and password it will automatically use the secure ssid? we are using Microsoft NPS/Radius, 3502 ap's, and 5508 controller.
I have two WAP200's code level version 22.214.171.124 connected to two SFE2000 24port, one switch per building. I have 3 vlans that I want to bridge between those two switches. I know the trunks on the switch are setup correctly because I can connect them directly and test all vlans.
I am able to get the untagged Vlan 1 to work fine with the bridge, but I have issues with the tagged Vlans 2 and 3. I have checked that I have the correct SSID tied to the correct Vlan number. I cause the whole network to lock up when I try to add the other SSID MAC addresses to the AP Mode -> AP Mode -> Wireless Bridge -> "Remote Wireless Bridge's MAC Addresses:" section. The wireless lights and ethernet lights go solid.
Should I be adding the additional MACs there?Does the WAP200 even support multiple VLAN/SSID?
I am using a Aironet 1100 series access point (AIR-AP1142N-N-K9) with IOS version c1140-k9w7-tar.124-21a.JA1. I want to create two seperate SSID's on the access point with WEP encryption. There is no VLAN configured and i want it to be like it. Also I need to broadcast both the SSID's at the same time, so the some of my users need to login with the first SSID and the others to login through the other.
I have come across a new problem with our WAP4410N. I have set up multiple SSID's for various groups of people and guests at our company, the first and main SSID has set security properly at WPA2-Personal with a 63 character password. So I went ahead and setup the other 3 SSID's with the same security (just to initially get security going was planning on taking down one of them for guest account), but when I boot up my testing laptop, it shows that SSID's 2-4 have no security what-so-ever.
I have re-checked my settings in the Wireless Security tab and they are all still set with the passwords.
I am using: PID VID: WAP4410N-A V02Software Version: 126.96.36.199.
I have a Cisco AIR-AP1242AG-A-K9 Autonomous AP running firmware 12.4(25d)JA. I wish to set up multiple SSID's (2) each having their own separate security types. Both security types may end up being WPA2, but would have separate keys. I do not have a managed switch, the AP is connected to a "dumb" switch in an office environment, with no VLANS. Also this is only for 1 access point.
I have tried creating 2 SSID's, but my issue is that only one SSID will actually work at a time, meaning that only the native VLAN in the AP will actually allow wired traffic through it's SSID. How can I set up 2 different SSID's, with 2 independant security types and have them work simultaneously? Is this functionality supported by this AP?I feel that this is possible, as I can easily set this up on other access points from other manufacturers.
I currently have an 867vae router and a 1131ag ap setup with 2 vlans and 2 ssid's. I am in the process of baby proofing the house and would like to use the cisco plsk400 homeplug system to relocate my wap. I use 2 networks to seperate and filter the kids internet traffic from my own. It also allows me to shut the kids vlan when they shouldnt be on the internet.
As far as i can tell the plsk400 homeplug doesnt support 802.1q.... so is there any way i can keep the seperate networks/SSID's and the abilty to filter and turn off one of them at will without a trunked link to the router?
I have two 1142n LWP ap converted into standalone, as client doesn't have any controller there. They just want to extend their network via wireless.
L3 switch (trunk port gig 1/48) -----> connected to AP1 L3 switch (trunk port 2/48) -----------> connected to AP2
client is looking for 3 vlans on the floor ( users might multiple vlans might associated same AP ). They have a dedicated DHCP/DNS server and he will be configuring 3 vlans on L3 switch with correct ip helper address on SVI interfaces.
I'm i allowed to created 3 SSID's on 1142n standalone AP ?
What would the various optiosn to achieve this requirement ? Is there any simplest way to achieve this ? Do i need to go for 802.1x ? I remember client told their users are authenticating by using AD for wired network. This is their first request for wireless environment
Everytime I disable SSID Broadcasting 2 extra wireless connections appear available connections list. (See wirelessconnections.jpg) One is blank and one is labeled Other Network. They disappear when I enable SSID Broadcasting. I am not sure why this is happening.
I have around 60 , 1142 N APs . As of now i have only management VLAN ( for IP ) & one user vlan 350 configured on the access point . All the users connect to VLAN 350 and they get IP as required.However in our new set up there are couple of requirements have come up were in SSID will be the same however we have created many VLANs for different kind of user group and all these VLANs should be mapped to this single SSID and pick the IPs from their respective VLANs .
We have done configuration on the RADIUS server side were in we have mapped the users in their respective VLANs and they are getting authenticated via AD . Now how do i map my these 4-5 VLANs in a single SSID in Access Point.
We have multiple Cisco Aironet 1131AG devices, all wired on one Cisco L2 switch(2560) who is connected to L3 switch (3550). We assigned one VLAN for access point in L3 switch who acts as vtp server (L2 switch is vtp client). All ap's will have static ip address and all will have same SSID and no security and they will be using multiple channels (ex. 1,6,11). They will operate in 3 floor building for roaming wireless client. We won't using any wireless controller.
How to configure APs-all the same with different ip's, can we use L3 switch to create dhcp server for access points VLAN (pool for clients, and the rest for static ip for ap's)?