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Dec 6, 2011

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.

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Nov 18, 2012

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Jul 11, 2012

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Jan 21, 2013

We are connecting a cisco router (819)  to wireless lan network (lwapp) through its wireless interface.
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since the clients are on the same subnet as the the VLAN on the lwapp, everything works great.When we add a new L3 VLAN on the 819 router, and we try to ping the clients from the servers, the packets can reach the clients but never received by the servers back. it seems like the bridge is dropping the packets when they go back from the client to the servers.when we use a GRE tunnel from the 819 to the LAN, everything works great.

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Nov 14, 2011

I want to set up FWSM 4.1 on Cat6509 with multiple bridge groups in one transparent context. (as the manual says it can support up to 8 bridge-groups and the intent is to save security contexts) For a host in VLAN21 (b1_inside) to talk to a host in VLAN41 (b2_inside), traffic needs to be go out to MSFC which routed back the traffic through the FWSM. My question is how can I define a default route per bridge-group, I would assume FWSM should take the following two default routes per bridge-group interface but it won't;  

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I recently bought a Cisco E2500 for work, and after setting the router to Bridge Mode, I am unable to access the router web interface.  I tried both the old IP address ( and the IP address that I entered when I was configuring Bridge mode, but I couldn't get either to work.  I have always tried resetting the switch to factory defaults and trying again to make sure I didn't type anything wrong, but to no avail.  The wireless and everything works as it should, I just can't get back into the router to change any of my settings.

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We have three brand new E4200 routers, all using the most current firmware (1.0.02).   They are all in bridged mode, however when I attempt to enable the guest network on each of them, the config shows it as active, but it never shows up as visiible SSID.   In previous posts, I've seen people saying that I need to do a complete hard reset of the router and re-enter all the configs again to get the guest network active.   Is this true?  I'd hate to think that I have to hard reset and reconfigure all three of these APs, just to get the guest network enabled.

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Aug 20, 2011

I have an ADSL Modem WAG200G Annex A, with latest firmware. I recently purchased a Linksys E2000 to upgrade my wireless to N, plus to get 4 gigabit Ethernet Ports for my NAS.
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May 29, 2012

Recently, our company wireless AP 1262 connected more than 40+ clients, and sometimes the wireless access speed is too slow.  those clients are only for MES data transfer, the date no more than 10K of each stations. So I'd like to know if the one AP can support the network traffic if whole testers transfer the data to Database via this wireless AP1262? and the WLC no clients roaming option for which clients can connect to another AP around. I have checked the WLC and AP configuration. no option for clients roaming to another APs, do you know how to configure this AP's Clients move to another APs?If we setup the new APs in the location, does the clients will be auto connect to this new AP?

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Dec 22, 2012

We have a few 1500 outdoor mesh ap's.  1262N are used to link to these 1500 and extend the coverage to places. All 1262 was configured as mesh. But upon installation, none of them actually register to the controller and join the other mesh ap's. They should be joining to the 1500's.
On testing, the 1500 joins the 1262N as mesh. however the 1262N does not join the 1500 as mesh even though the distance is less than 20m.

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May 16, 2013

I'm trying to configure Cisco 1262 AP's to allow me to use the 2.4 gHz radio for client access and the 5.x radio for the repeater connection back to a root AP connected to a LAN.
I have already configured the AP's to associate with each other via the 5.x radio, and have a client connected to the repeater AP via the 2.4 gHz radio.  From my laptop on the LAN, I can connect to the repeater AP, but I cannot ping nor otherwise communicate with the distant client.
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Jul 2, 2012

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Mar 13, 2013

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Mar 21, 2012

1. Can the C1200 antennas work on the 1262 ?
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Apr 15, 2012

Is there a limit to the number of ssid's that can be supported in h-reap mode? I need to deploy at least 4 but the documentation does not necessarily say. I'm deploying these ssid's on a 7500 controller. 

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Apr 26, 2013

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May 7, 2012

What are the maximum number of AE2500 wireless adapters can be installed on a PC running Windows XP SP3 using the windows wireless zero configuration? Recently I'm working on a program that needs multiple seperate wireless connections on a Windows XP SP3 PC. Each wireless adaptor is given a static IP address to respond to traffic at some specific ports. I can install four AE2500 adaptors without problem, but  it disconnects the first AE2500 device when I plug in the fifth AE2500 adapter. I've tried on different windows XP machines. They all get the same problem. I wonder if it is a limitation in the AE2500 driver.BTW I've also tried to install an Valet AM10 adaptor as the fifth adapter, it seems ok. Yet installing more AM10 adapters beyond the fifth (4 AE2500 + 1 AM10) requires some luck. It may disconnect the other AM10 devices when I plug in another AM10 adapter.

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May 20, 2012

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Apr 19, 2012

Background: currently have a WRT320N, thinking of upgrading to an EA4500 assuming ONE feature has been improved: Port Forwarding.
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The problem is that of the 13 total ports I currently need to forward, only ONE of them is listed in that fixed list.  So, sadly, I can only use one of those first five rows.  I've now filled the remaining ten custom rows, and still have need for two additional ports (for now, may need more down the road).
Trying to get creative, I figured maybe I could just spill over to the Port Range Forwarding page and add a row or two there.  The only problem: it's buggy.  I've found that if the Single Port Forwarding list is filled, then the Port Forwarding Range entries don't work properly.  For example, if I wanted ports 12345 and 12346 forwarded to, they work fine with two single port forwarding entries.  However, if I delete those, add two other port lines I need forwarded (the single list being full again), and add a port forwarding range 12345..12346, they don't work properly, ports just are closed. Only the singles work, the ranges don't.
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Mar 11, 2012

I have 1242AG. how many clients can be connected to this AP??

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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?

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Jan 24, 2013

We are about to upgrade our training facilities wireless and i have a few questions regarding the number of active clients we should target our design for.
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May 30, 2012

I have a high school wireless environment that was installed approximately 5 years ago with 1242AG APs. The install was done based on 2.4GHz coverage everywhere, not for 5GHz or for good density. The high school uses wireless cisco 7921G phones for all the staff and teachers. The issue we're running into is over the last couple years more and more students are bringing in iPhones and android phones that can connect to the public wireless ssid. And with the increase of these wireless devices in the classroom, we've been experiencing more and more call dropped on the wireless phones. I have collected information on number of clients on specific APs that are in the area of most of the dropped calls. At times some of these APs have a total of 40 clients associated to them, over half of which are on the public ssid. I have thought about putting all the phones on to the 5GHz radios, but the implementation of the wireless was only for 2.4GHz coverage, so we have coverage gaps on the 5GHz network. We're thinking about adding more APs but the budget isn't available yet for that, so we're looking at what we can do to make this better for the time being.
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Is there a best practices number of max clients per AP in a wireless voice network?
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