Cisco :: WiSM2 WLC 7.2 Maximum Allowed Clients Under Global Parameters
Apr 14, 2012
Just loaded the 18.104.22.168 software onto the brand new WiSM2. Going throught the options and have found that under the global parameters for 802.11a/n, 802.11b/g/n radios is now the "Maximum Allowed Clients" option. The allowed setting is from 1 - 200 clients.
Does that mean only 200 clients will be allowed to associate to the WLC on that radio at a maximum?
Doesn't seems to make sense... I have the 500 AP license on this WiSM2... I know this option used to be an optional setting under a WLAN in previous releases.
I have a 2500 and I have successfully joined a 1600 AP to it; however I have noticed that I cannot enable CleanAir in the Global Parameters with just the 1602 AP joined. This feature was enable when I had my 2602 AP connected.So, is the problem that the 1602 doesn't fully support CleanAir? If that is the case, how do I enable CleanAir Express or is that something you can even enable thru the GUI?
I know this sounds a simple and easy question, but I can't find the answer anywhere - so here it is :-I need to know the maximum number of vpn tunnels that a Cisco 881 can handle.(In context, we have a group of users, who work from home and this office, so their laptops have the cisco vpn client, I need to know how many of these vpn connections the 881 can handle at once before it dies a death.)Hote - I have read somewhere a line that state maximum number of users is 20 but think this was in reference to some VOIP service.
We have a ASA 5510 (v8.2.2 with ASDM 6..4.7, 256Mb mem) with a license for 250 VPN Peers. The machine has currently one site-to-site VPN active. I've added a remote-access IPSec VPN for some users but when connecting from the remote site the connection is dropped and the ASA reports %ASA-4-713239 Tunnel Rejected : The maximum tunnel count allowed has been reached.
I've searched for info relating to this message but I found none. Before I plan a restart (it's up for 222 days), is there something I could do on CLI to fix this ?
We are migrating from ACE 20 module to an ACE 4710 appliance. [code] When pasting in the config on the ACE 4710 running A4(2.1) code, I get the subject error message when trying to enter in the highlighted sticky-serverfarm command above. Again, this config works on the older hardware and older code.
I would like to put an E2000 in an office where clients are coming and going throughout the day. When the documentation says that there is a maximum of 10 guest network users allowed (with a default setting of 5) what exactly does that mean ? I don't want the first 10 guest-clients who come in, connect to the guest network, then leave the office to consume all 10 slots for the day.If I have 50 people that come and go from the office throughout the day who connect to the guest 192.168.33.X network and attempt to enter the password (but no more than 10 guests authenticated at any given time) will all 50 be successful in connecting ? Or do I have to reduce the Client Lease Time to something less than the default setting of one day ?
We have 2 WLCs, 4402 (main) and 5508 (backup). While we turn on both devices, 4402 have 10 APs, and 5508 have 10 APs as well. Total connected clients will be 120+, but when we turn off either 1 wlc, let's say only 4402 is power on, total 20 APs joined, but the total client will be 90+, never reach over 100 clients. The same happened on 5508, is there any maximum associated connection on WLC?
I have a few sites using the RV042 with wireless access points and some of them have over 50 devices.In reviewing the documentation (specifically,[URL]), I came across this:Enable DHCP server: Check the box to allow the router to dynamically assign IP addresses to up to 50 connected devices. Uncheck the box if you have another DHCP server on the network or you want to configure static IP addresses for your network devices.Is this accurate? Or will the RV042 allow more than 50 devices?
I have a wrt54gt running firmware 1.0.04 in my house. I have about 30-40 wifi devices.. Mostly smartphones connecting to the router. If i look at the dhcp table there is about 35 computers listed. The router is running on channel 2.
Lately ive noticed that certain devices can not connect after they are powered up.. It could be a tablet, pc or smartphone. Most will error out saying they cant connect. If i turn off a working device then the newly powered on device can connect. It seems like i have reached a limit.
Setting a failing device to static ip does not work, the device never succesfully associates. I tried upping the dhcp pool to 100 from 50. Is this just a limitation of the router? Is there another router that i can buy that will work for me?
What is the maximum allowed number of wired clients behind a workgroup bridge? In other words, is there a limit on MAC addresses?I assume 1262 AP in WGB mode is connecting to a lighweight AP (1262 or 3502), latest IOS and WLC software. I wasn't able to find the answer from Cisco documentation.
I have configured SSL offloading and redirection on a 4710 appliance. Everything works fine. The issue I am facing is that some parameters in url are getting lost.
I have https://%h/%p configured as a redirect server which works fine as far as hostname and path is concerned. i.e. full hostname and path are preserved, but that there are some parameters after the full path in encrypted format which are getting lost. I think 307 redirect can resolve this issue but ACE does not support that.
I configure two WIC-1DSU-T1-v2 interfaces with a T1 crossover cable. What are the mimimum configurations to do to communicate from LAN1 (int fa0/0 of one 1841 router) to LAN2 (int fa0/0 of the second 1841 router) ?
Do I need a routage protocole ? And if yes wich one ? Interne or externe (RIP or BGP) Or static route is enough ? Also, is that I should put a encapsulation, like ppp ? Is it neccessary on a point to point line ?
Finally what about the following commands, do I need it ?
I have problems with setting the snmp retry / timeout parameters for our devices. I managed to import our devices with bulk import , but after it I realized that for some devices the snmp retry / timeout values were different ( created the bulk file with 3 retries and 30 sec timeout , but in the system the appear with 2 retries and 1 sec timeout). I tried to change it manually , but after a while it goes back to the wrong values.
I have had this router for about 5 years now, I had problems setting it up from the start as I was fairly young but I eventually found a way around it - no problems since. Through memory I am sure I had this problem previously but I had the disk to give me guidelines on what to do(which I don't have any more). I have phoned up virgin (my ISP) and they said it was an issue to do with the router, to which I searched into the routers address, in this case 192.168.50.1. Scrolling down, I noticed that under the WAN section it says:
I have spent a good part of today trying soloutions to get this to work again but I just can't seem to find a way around it. As I said, the router has been working fine for pretty much 5 years now and I really do not know why the WAN went. In addition, it was set up wireless. How can I obtain the newtork parameters?
I have an AT&T Univese which is class G. I want to run it in class N.Do you think plugging my Linksys router into the AT&T will give it to me(class n)?If so, how do I get the linksys parameters set up? It giving wrong readings at its not connecting to the internet.
Following the chat with the technical support of CISCO.In few words, the LINKSYS X3000 is the only router in the world that can't shows the DSL line parameters ( SNR and LINE ATTENIATION ) so you can't evaluate the line quality without using another router.... INCREDIBLE!!!!Let's see how long it will be before the firmware update!Me: simple question: is rather embarrassing but I can't find the SNR value (Adsl status) in the Linksys X3000 interface. Same for the Line Attenuation values. These are the standard DSL information and they are essential to evaluate the DSL line quality.Unfortunately, you are right, these parameters are not available on the Gateway (X3000) Setup page.Me:It's unbelievable I use routers for my work and this is the first product that can't shows the DSL line parameters...The only parameters available under DSL Connection Subta are Status, Downstream Rate and Upstream Rate.Me:Do you think it's serious? The price of this product and the target to which it is oriented suggest a more professional approach.I agree, but as of now, this is how it is however, you need to keep an eye on future updates for the device that might include these paraters/features.Me:Please could you send a notification to the DEVELOP TEAM to quickly update this product FIRMWARE and close the gap that separates it from other products in the same category?
We have some new WISM2 running 22.214.171.124, but now we need to upgrade their license to suport 1000 APs. So I am looking at upgrading the software to 126.96.36.199. We are running WCS at the moment and got NCS with the new WISM2, so going to 7.3 and buying Prime Infrastructure is not an option at the moment, thus we are going for 7.2.
The thing is I can't seem to find much info about this upgrade. Is 7.0->7.2 a smooth upgrade? Do we need to do any configuration changes to the WISM2 or LAP1242? We are running H-REAP, will the change to FlexConnect be affected? I can't seem to find anything regarding requirements for 6500/SUP for running WISM2 7.2, do I need a certain software for that?
After upgrade to ACS 5.2 appliance , we are trying to configure AAA between Ciscoworks and ACS. Authentication is working but authorization fails , logged user cannot access to admin parameters. I've configured attributes manually but it doesn't work.Does ACS 5.2 support integration with CiscoWorks?
I just bought a DIR 615 (firmware 4.0) which I am using as an access point linked to a Netopia router. The Netopia has QoS enabled and needs to keep it, however I was hoping to use the DIR615 without QoS. I am using a ReadyNas Duo as storage for music, videos etc.Now, here are my issues which I think are all linked.
1) I have a very slow connection wireless, between 1'500 and 2'000kbits/sec download. This was not the case with my very old Linksys router
2) When I try to rip a CD from iTunes to the NAS, it brings up error messages of lost connection and impossibility to rip in the middle of the songs. I did not have that problem with the Linksys router neither.
3) I would like to change the QoS parameters to see how it affects this connection issue, as well as change other Wifi parameters, but they show up as greyed out and I can't change them. (I feel that the DIR 615 might inherit some parameters from the main router, since it is used as an Access Point).
I know the WiSM 2 is like the 5500 WLC regarding the fact that you do not need to configure an ap-manager interface for CAPWAP packets because by default the managment interface acts like an ap-manager interface.
Any major advantages or disadvantages by letting the default action occur?