Cisco :: AIR-LAP1131AG-A-K9 / Configuration Is Different On Device Msg
Apr 2, 2012
I have 10 AIR-LAP1131AG-A-K9 connected to a 4402 controller. I have a couple of questions:
- When I go into CONFIGURE/ACCESS POINT, one of the AP's has the message "**Configuration is different on the Device**". How do I connect directly to the device to check the settings? I tried to telnet but that didn't work.
- Are these access points capable of acting as a DHCP server? If so, where can I check this setting? I have workstations that are unable to pull an IP address from my DHCP server running on a Windows server. I want to make sure the AP's and/or the controller are not the issue. The clients see the SSID and the signal is strong, but when they connect they get limited network connectivity message and the IP addr is 169.254.97.123 (which is wrong).
We have about 70 AIR-1131AG-A-K9 APs that were installed about 5 years ago. The controller we use is a 4404 WLC, with software 18.104.22.168. This provides us our wireless network. We use Cisco switches as access, distribution, and core switches.
We have two guest networks, one for visiting physicians and another for patients and their guests. Each of these guest networks use a 4402 WLC as an anchor controller, with software 22.214.171.124. They use the same APs as our business network.
According to my understanding of the guest networks is that a tunnel (I don't know if it is encrypted or or encapsulated) is created between the APs/Guest WLAN to the anchor controllers, so this guest traffic is isolated from our business traffic. Futhermore, these guest controllers connect directly to our firewall, which only allows them access to the Internet, and not our Internal LAN.
Our Problem ========================= Well, we've been having problems with our wireless system, specifcally with patient guest access. It has gotten bad enough that they are looking to replace the Cisco APs on the south side of the hospital. We've been told that "you can get better guest access at McDonalds" : ( . I think part of our problem is that our controller code is so very old and we are have a our patient guest network open and "restrict" the number of clients attached to it by limiting our DHCP scope. The biggest complaint we get regarding the patient/guest wireless is people saying "I can't connect to the wireless", which we almost always identify as an issue caused by us running our of DHCP leases (we have about 200). These DHCP lease are used quickly, by an devices that comes into range that is set to automatically connect to any network that is in range. A lot of our staff is connected to our patient guest network and don't even realize it.
We are interested in Meraki APs because they are magaged using a cloud controller (we won't have the added expense of another controller) and they seem really easy to manage. Our biggest concern regarding Mearki is security. They make use of NAT, a Layer 3 firewall, and LAN isolation (a firewall rule that only allows clients Internet access) in each AP as a means of isolating the guest traffic from the business traffic. Does this seem like a secure way to accomplish this or are the Layer 2 tunnels that Cisco and from what I've been told recently Aruba and Juniper make use of a more secure approach?
We've been working with a Meraki vendor, who also happens to sell Aruba and Juniper wireless networks. It seems like don't suggest Meraki if we are concerned with security. They said they are good for situations where you have many geographically seperated sites. They suggested we use Juniper and Aruba, specifically because they use Layer 2 tunnels and that they used technologies like clear air (APs self adjust channels and power, which Meraki claims to do too). I thought that, hey does Cisco that too, why wouldn't we just go with Cisco if those are your selling points for Juniper and Aruba?
Yesterday, myself and local support team has been engaged to perform troubleshooting the issue of some web site accessing .Mos of this case is cased by MTU issue, So, I've tried to configure the following configuration on interface tunnel 0.Device: Cisco 7609 with IOS s72033-adventerprisek9_wan-mz.122-18.SXF8.bin
I've tried to figure out what the supporting command after 'ip tcp' in tunnel 0 and following likes..ip tcp ?compression-connections Maximum number of compressed connectionsheader-compression Enable TCP header compression.there is no such command about 'ip tcp adjust-mss.So, my questions is that what is the replace command for 'ip tcp adjust-mss' ? Is this only support on Router? such as Cisco 7200. or not, to take effect same functional on C7609, what is the command for that?
Is it possible to create a job what automatically export the devices configs that are in the folder CSCOpxfiles medemushadow? It would be wonderdul if CW could export the .cfg files into a .rar and send in email or something like this.
I'm using cisco LMS 4.0, I've discovered the device and next plan is to collect the device configuration.I would like to know, How I can collect the configuration for single device.What configuration changes required on my LMS & Cisco device.
WCS is reporting few AP's are not associated with it. While troubleshooting, AP conneceted switch interface shows UP/UP and show power inline output gives IEEE PD instead of AIR-LAP1131AG-E-K, after doing a shut/no shut on AP connected interface. Later after sometime AP comes up.
I have a WLC 4402 with many APs connected. Most of the APs are LAP1121 and LAP1131 and are working using 802.11b/g. I tried activating 802.11a but for some reason its not working. I see under the Monitor tab that the AP's "802.11a" interface is "down". I have enabled the radio under the "Wireless" tab. Under all the "WLAN" I have enabled all the radios but still not working. 802.11a" interface is still "down".
The AP Model is AIR-LAP1131AG-E-K9 meaning "ESTI" regulation. Under "Country" I "checked" IL.
I've a 2106 WLC and the software is upgrade to 126.96.36.199. There are 3 APs with external power adapter work normally on it. Here is the problem: There is another AP with external power adapter has join the the WLC successfully. But it can not enable the radio 802.11b. Following is the error message on CLI
(Cisco Controller) config>802.11b enable AP001d.a1ef.b5f4 Cisco AP has not enough in-line power to enable radio
Since few days the WLC 2100 series controller and 3x LAP1131AG are getting disconnected and the controller gets offline via the local ip address. At that point I have to reboot. To get anywhere and after I connect wirelessly to the AP before I know it it disconnects. It worked for 3 years straight no fuss. And now nothing. I reconfigured the WLC 10times and no diffference.
At one of our locations we are experiencing some problems getting connected to our wireless networks.
It is possible to sit right next to an AP (AIR-LAP1131AG) and only have limited access to the network.
I have attached a snapshot from inSSID from the wireless networks in the area. All of them are broadcasted by our controller and I can´t figure out how it is possible to see SSIDs in other channels than the ones in the 2.4GHz band (11-14)?
I have a problem exporting the config from a 1112 appliance. It does not boot up properly. GUI logon and authentication is not possible. I can console and SSH to it but the only thing i get is the commands below and nothing else.
login as: admin firstname.lastname@example.org's password: Last login: Wed May 30 11:11:42 2012 from jsmith Could not chdir to home directory /home/admin: No such file or directory
acs> API called before initialised at V:ismg_israel_acsAcsEndPointCoreendpoint.cpp:395 Command Description ---------------------------------------------------- ? List commands exit Log off help List commands csutil -dumpadmin Dump Admin Audit Information csutil -dumpgroups Dump Group Audit Information csutil -dumpusers Dump User Audit Information csdbsync -syncnow RDBMS synchronization
i did a reset on my asa by stopping the boot process because i could not remember what my enable password was, i had no problems with the reset the asa came backup as it should and i started configuring the device again. My problem is when the device is powered off and back on i lose all configuration that were made, i save the changes with "write me" before the restart and they are still being over wrote.
When trying to view the status in the Monitor tab and the Config tab after you log in to the ACE 4710 Device Manager A5 (1.2) management GUI tool, I could not retrieve the status data and the following message appeared.
"Faild to upload Adimn configuration: There is error in loading configuration: Error in loading RMO config from DB:The given index XXXXXXXXX.bak does not match table index definition"
Other features include all normal, so I can get information by using the CLI.In addition, this configuration is redundant in the Primary / Secondary, this event occurs only on the Primary.
Other:-XXXXXXXXX.bak is a backup that you created in the checkpoint, and it does not already exist.
-When I'm logged on to the GUI, the above message is displayed in the status bar always.
-It was not recovered by ACE restart it.
-When I try to create the same configuration in a different environment, it did not reproduce.
This is IOS 15.1(4)M3 on a 1921 router. The LAN is 192.168.42.1/24. (DHCP config is further down.) We have a small range that we want to assign via DHCP to devices; .200 through .220 . At the same time, we have a handful of Macintosh systems to which we want to assign a specific address that is not in that 200-220 range. I don't want to configure the assignment based on the Ethernet MAC addresses because these systems might connect via UTP or wireless; that is to say, they have more than one MAC address. They only ever connect using one interface/MAC address at a time, but it's their choice; in some areas wi-fi is available, and in some areas they have to cable-up.
The Mac OSX network settings has a field for "DHCP Client ID". It would be much easier to tell the users of these systems to put their Mac's name in the Client ID field for both their wired and wireless DHCP configs. (As opposed to having them all lookup, and then give me their Ethernet MAC addresses for both of their interfaces.) I tried this with my Mac's (named "shrike") wi-fi interface, but I don't get the 192.168.42.14 address that I expected. I get an address from the .200 to .220 range.
Here's the DHCP-related config from the router:
router#sh run | s dhcp ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.42.1 192.168.42.199 ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.42.221 192.168.42.254 ip dhcp pool OurOffice network 192.168.42.0 255.255.255.0
Is "client-name" the wrong place to configure the DHCP Client ID?
This is regarding CISCO logging configuration.We palnned to implement enable logging on all the cisco nexus switchs.we are running HP arc sight in our DC this device monitor all the CISCO devices.We want to enable logging with this Arc sight device.Just I would like to know about config commands for Nexus device, what is the command to enable logs which is include "who is login & logout?, interface down information?,who was did conf t ? & every logs"
I have a customer whom has six LAP1131AG-K9 but no controller and they are interested in one of the new 2500 series, specifically a AIR-CT2504-5-K9 with a 5 AP add-on license to bring total AP capacity to 10. I can't determine clearly if this controller will work for these older AP's prior to them making the jump to 802.11n via the 3500 or 3600 series, looking to the community to confirm.
We are using LMS 3.2.1 with SP1 and Campus Manager 5.2.2.Server runs Windows 2003 R2.Everything runs fine except for User Tracking on two Catalyst 6500 switches running CatOS. These devices are discovered, reachable, SNMP works fine, neighbors seen. But when we try to launch acquisition, the UT utility complains with this error message:"Failed to start acquisition: Device unreachable. Please enter a valid device."When we wanted to add ports via Device Trap Configuration, LMS has fired a different error message: "There are no ports to configure for the selected device(s).Check whether you have selected any router(s)." I have checked the portsData.xml file, which doesn't have any ports included for the two devices: [code] We have tried to exclude / include the switches in the data collection, but that didn't work.
My BEFSR81 is my primary router and has DHCP turned on. The router's DHCP range is set to accommodate 12 devices. I have three computers wired to it and their Host names (as specified in the set-up of each computer) show up in the router's DHCP device table. I also have two printers (one old Brother HL5250DN laser printer and one new HP Photosmart Premier C410a inkjet printer) connected and there are blanks where the Host name should go. I would like to be able to tell which printer is which when I am looking at the DHCP device table. How can I get a names associated with each printer's IP address in the router's DHCP device table? (The real problem is that the router seems to have both printers at the same IP address (192.168.1.100) and if I can get one of them to change I'd like to know which one it was!)
The problem: I need to track a bus from city to city in real time.I'm thinking of a gps device without screen or apps, it only sends the current location to a server. Is this possible? What device can be useful?
I have webcams that need port 8081 opened and I did that, everything worked fine until my DIR655 jammed up and power cycling it and the modem 3-4 times DID not make it work: no internet access and it was definitely a DIR655 problem. So, out with the paperclip to do the big reset, causing me to lose my configuration. When "most" of it came back up with my new config (I had screen prints), all was okay EXCEPT the webcams. Addresses and ports were all configured properly, address was fixed too on the client computer rather than use DHCP. I had a DNS relocation service running (DYNDNS) for the WAN side, but that address (My IP) didn't change either. I tried EVERYTHING. Finally, I realized in all my screwing around that I had enabled UPnP in my application, something I hadn't done before, but did this time as a desperation move. UPnP had always been checked off in the router. So.....I REMOVED my port forwarding and virtual server settings (either one worked before), and voila, everything working, Is this a normal occurrence, that if you have UPnP running, that this auto configuration overrides any manual configuration?
Is it possible to use a cisco router, in this case a cisco 887, to bridge an external ip address to a device behind the router? I need this because i only get 1 IP Address from my ISP and i want this IP address on my ASA.
I was thinking of a bridge group, but i'm not sure how to go about it! I would like to know if this is possible, and if this is, how should i configure it.