When adding a device that has a web protected setup button, can I use the web protected setup button on my Linksys E2000 router to set up the device even though I setup up my router using the Manual setup on the Web Interface configuration?
When the Wrt600N came out, it was said that the "Reserved" button would be enabled by a future firmware upgrade to support WiFi Protected Setup. Surely in the three or so years this has come to pass.Does anyone have a link to information on using WPS with the WRT600n?
I have bought a new WRT54G2 router since the old one broke down. When I log into the 192.168...and click wireless, it takes me to this window that says Searching for your Client Device....If you haven't clicked wi-fi protected setup button please do so now. It's stuck at 98% and I click on the bottom middle button with the 2 arrows constantly and nothing is happening.
I am using a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router(Model WRT54G). I am trying to set up a desktop computer to have a wireless usb adapter running so I can connect to the Wireless-G Broadband Router. When I run the setup CD for the wireless usb adapter it asks me to push the Wi-Fi Protected Setup Button on the Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router.
I have looked at the Linksys router found an obscure button on the front with the Cisco Systems Copyright logo on it. I pushed this but the wireless usb adapter failed to locate the wireless network. There is also another button on the back of the Linksys Router that is a Reset button.
WiFi Protected Setup is turned ON.I would like to know if it is affected by the new disclosed vulnerability described here:[URL] Also, turning WiFi Protected Setup OFF may not assist to mitigate this vulnerability?
On Page 16 of my N600 DB manual it says that below the "Router Status Light" and above the "WPS" letters there is a "Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Light and Button". When I look at my router all I see in this space is a raised rectangular plastic strip. Should I have a light and button there?
We are using catalyst 2960S Lan Base IOS on Radio towers. We just bought 50 Accest points, thas are GPS synchronized. Problem is the APs need to be connected on L2-mac betwen each other. But at this time we are using port isolation on each switch (tower) by protected port function to isolate clients from each other.
My question is, is possible to specifi a Mac addresses in specific vlan thats can comunicate betwen protected ports? On tower is one Master unit and others are slave. I thing there is only 1 dirrection comunication - from master to slave.
I have a windows 7 computer and a windows 2000 on a wired network. The windows 7 and 2000 previously played nicely although it was a bit of a pain to get it to work the first time, don't really remember what the issue was. I have a big old CAD plotter connected to a parallel port on the windows 2000 computer and previously was able to use it from the windows 7 computer. I was also able to access any file on the windows 2000 from windows 7, it all worked fine a few months ago. I haven't had the win 2000 computer on for a while but recently needed to use the plotter. I now get a log-on error when trying to access the win 2000 from the win 7, but it shows up on networks. The log-on error window shows a domain with the name of the windows 7 computer listed as the domain name, but nothing is set to be on a domain. I can access the files on the windows 7 computer from the win 2000 computer with no issues in that direction. There is no home group set up (think that was the issue the first time) Windows 7 is always updating itself and I suspect that's part of the problem, I am guessing something went back to a default during an up-date but I can't find it.
how to setup the 5508 Series LAN wireless controller. The online documentation are not details. What different between Service Interface IP and Management interface IP. The device IP is using what type service or management interface.
I have finally got my office extend AP to connect to my companies 5508 controller by enabling NAT on the management interface and can see all the cooperate SSID's. However when I try to connect to the SSID my client either gets a local IP address from my home router or then cannot get any IP address.
I have a new from the box 5508 which I am attempting to follow the initial setup process to IP it. When I make it through the initial setup the box reboots buts brings me back to the "terminate auto-install" prompt again for some weird reason?
I've just installed a standard Cisco wireless install (5508, 3502i, local and flexconnect setups) all working swimmingly.
The customer has asked for a new WLAN for a particular group of staff that will route to a different gateway than the general wireless staff.
The 5508 is connected to a older Avaya L3 switch that is the customers core swtich, but it isn't capable of PBR so it routes on desitnation only and its default route is not where I need the new WLAN traffic to route to. An ASA will be connected to the Avaya switch (which is the alternate gateway I need to get the new WLAN users to). So my question is probably routing 101, but if the ASA interface, the Avaya swtich and the WLAN interface all reside in the same VLAN, can I give the wireless clients the ASA as their gateway via DHCP and successfully get their traffic to the ASA?
I have a wlc 5508 and I'd like to setup a network for visitors. They will connect to the WLAN, enter a password and then automatically get redirected to an external website. I understand the wlc 5508 supports this but I'm struggling to find out how to set this up I assume this can be done without having to customise webauth bundles?
We're looking at deploying both office extend and also a guest wlan. Both would require a WLC in the DMZ.My question is can one 5508 WLC be both a guest anchor and have office extend APs on it at the same time?
I am using a WLC 5508 and its internal DHCP server. I cant find anywhere I can setup option 43. However, the access points are connected in just fine. Do I need to worry about setting up a seperate DHCP server to get option 43 setup properly?
I'm having an issue with the 5508 management port .. I can't seem to ping it from the switch connected to it .. ( the Show cdp command shows that the two can see each other .. but no ping is possible ! [code]
We are trying to set up Out of band connection for Cisco 5508 WLC and when we try to ssh to the Service port from a remote switch, this fails. SSH or Telnet to the Management IP address works fine. The Service port and Managment IP are in the same IP scope but different subnet..i.e 172.16.10 for Management and 172.16.99 for Service port. Also, as this set up will be HA (AP SSO) in future, for which DHCP is recommended for the service ports, just wondering if SSh will be possible.
I have 2 x 5508 Wireless Controllers, 1 mgmt port on each as standard. I noticied something different between these controllers running the same code.I can bound a physical port to the mgmt interface on one controller but not the other (both interfaces are untagged)see below, this config appears on one controller but not the other? Is this something to do with the initial setup? How can I add Phyiscal information to the other controller mgmt interface, I cannot delete the mgmt interface. Physical InformationPort Number Backup Port Active Port Enable Dynamic AP Management?
I'm having some difficulties configuring my Cisco WLC (5508) - ver 18.104.22.168 .I'm have multiple client device residing on same vlan associated to the WLC but unable to telnet over port 8090. However, when inter-vlan, client device able to telnet over port 8090.Say Machine A as application hosted machine and Machine B as client machine; [code] i should be looking on the WLC to allow telnet port 8090 over from Machine A to B within the vlan .
Since WLC5508 MGMT interface is configured a AP-Mgr at the same time, can I set a Backup Port to WLC5508 MGMT interface? Refer to WLC configuration Guide:
In the Backup Port text box, enter the number of the backup port assigned to the management interface. If the primary port for the management interface fails, the interface automatically moves to the backup port.
Note Do not define a backup port for an AP-manager interface. Port redundancy is not supported for AP-manager interfaces. If the AP-manager interface fails, all of the access points connected to the controller through that interface are evenly distributed among the other configured AP-manager interfaces
if I need to configure the backup port for MGMT interface, i need to remove the AP-manager on MGMT interface and create a network dynamic interface for AP-Manager ?
I have setup LAG for one of our 5508 controllers and have connected 4 of the 8 ethernet ports to a 4507 switch. After configuring 2 port channels on the switch we are receiving a host flapping error between the port channels and it seems to be causing a serious slowdown on the switch. When I shutdown one of the port channels the error goes away and traffic returns to normal. I have the same configuration at other locations with the only difference being the switches used are 3750G-12S and I do not see the host flapping error. It appears to only be a problem with modular switches.
One other thing of note: I read a Cisco white paper on LAG and it suggested creating the port channels over 2 different modules. For example, put ports G4/24 and G5/24 in port channel 1 and G4/25 and G5/25 in port channel 2. I tried this but I still got the host flapping error.
I have found some samples on the FlexConnect setup for the controller side. However none of the documents mentioned how the switch port should be configured that goes to the controller and AP.
At this moment I have a Cisco 5508 configured in CAPWAP mode with 20 APs. I would like to use same controller for connecting one of the remote sites with 2 APs in FlexConnect mode. Current the 5508 to switch port is configured as 802.1Q port. All CAPWAP AP ports are configured as "switchport access vlan X" where X=capwap VLAN. Need to know how the switch port should be set for the remote site where flexconnect APs connect.
I have been monitoring the alarm summary but have been off couple days and i see one of my controllers is down. Getting critical level security and message is port is down on the controller, condition link down. The other issue is config difference found between NCS and Contoller, I tried getting them to sync together but still getting the same message.
I was looking for a way to connect an AUX port from a 1700 router to a 6500 switch module console port, to see the output of the Switch's on the 1700 router, in case there is a network downtime, I could see what's going on in the switch, what cable should I use ? Also, is there is any kind of documentation for this type of config what have I seen is very few info.