Just recently got a new 881W router. i have downloaded the 2.4 software upgrade. I go into the Office extend AP login and i get just a enter button. when i click on the enter button the AP page does not come up.
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 am having an issue with internal and external clients. When we have the nat ip configured on the controller we cannot connect internal ap's at all. When we take the nat ip out it works fine. We are on code 7.0.220. I have tried the following command <config network ap-discovery nat-ip-only disable> and it did nothing.
I have an 1131ag AP attached to our 5508 as an OEAP over the Internet. Everything with the corporate SSIDs is working correctly, so no issue there. I was wondering if a local ssid can be configured on the AP, similar to what can be done with the OEAP600, in order to provide wireless access to the Internet only? On the WLC, on the H_REAP tab, there is a button labeled "Reset Personal SSID"
I am setting up office extend with 1142 APs on a 5508 controller. All seems ok and I see my SSIDs on the remote AP. However when I try to connect I don't get a dhcp address and the connection fails. When I look at logs and some debugs I see dtls keepalive failures and the AP is actually disconnecting and re-associating with the controller.
If we have a mixed environment of 4400 and 5500 controllers will the office extend features still work or will we have to run a seperate wireless domain from the 5508 for the aps that we need office extend on?
I have a situation where a user needs more than one office extend AP in his home. My office extend controller is a 5508 running 22.214.171.124. Are there any issues NATing multiple OE APs to a single address? My initial lab results indicate that each of the AP's associate with the controller and establish a DTLS tunnel. I see the SSIDs get pushed to the AP and then it seems to restart the process never being fully operational. Is there a workaround that will allow me to run mutliple OE APs?
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 have attached a diagram of the current topology. At present, we have two 5508 connected to our core. We also have a 4402 behind the firewall (DMZ) just purely for guest access. So the staff users connect to the access point which in turns connects to the Staff WLC 1 (if this fails then to Staff WLC2). any guest user connect to the access point which in turn connects to Staff WLC which anchors to Guest WLC which then provides access. Since the guest is behind the DMZ they can only access the internet and not out internal network.
Now we want to office extend our network - we want our users to use 1132 AP at home to access the Infrastructure. is there a way we can do this without disturbing the existing infrastructure. On reading Cisco website, i know the best practice is to use 2 5508 (one behind the firewall and the other anchored to this access the internet network ) i thought since we have a Cisco (dmz) switch (48 port) and only the 4402 (Guest WLC) is connected to it, maybe purchase another 5508 WLC and connect to the 48 port Cisco (dmz) switch. will this work?
I have a Cisco network at my office and the router and everything is set up under my desk.I can use the internet just fine on my office computer but I am trying to use it on my laptop and login to the guest account .I ran across the Cisco Connect sofware and that I need it to find the password but the problem is I dont think I have a router or whatever it is that is compatible with this software I am using WRT54g wireless n router, the models on the site for the cisco connect are e series
I have a Netcomm router which I've had working as my ADSL and my wireless AP.I connected a DLink router via ethernet so as to extend the range of my WIFI.This has worked, but now I cant log in to my DLink router.It started with IP 10.1.1.1After setting it up to not do automatic dhcp and then plugging it in to my Netcomm (which is on 192.168.1) I can no longer find the DLink, whether connected over ethernet or wireless. How it might have had its IP changed as it join the network?
We have a Linksys WRT120N wireless router set up at one of our small offices. I noticed recently when trying to log in to the router to make some admin configurations that it will not accept the login credentials when trying to log in from IE10 browser. Works fine from Chrome, IE9, ect. logging in to a linksys router with IE10?
I've got a Cisco 881W Router and I am trying to set up the wireless Network. I've managed to get the SSIDs up and running, but I can't see to get DHCP addresses going from the router to the access point and Laptops .When i am connecting laptop directly to Router ethernet port i am able browse and seeing DHCP address. [code]
Probably go with VZ FIOS so EthernetAbout 2000 square feet so 2 WAP's should do it I'm thinking a CISCO881W-GN-A-K9 ISR with a SRW224G4P-K9-NA switch should do the trick. This will give me an integrated AP but I need a second one. Do I need to order an autonomous one or does the 881W do some sort of WLC function?
The 801 AP on my 881W reboots every other day or so, randomly, on its own. The router / AP works great otherwise, no other issues. I checked the error log and I see no indications of why it would be doing this.
ap#sh ver Cisco IOS Software, AP801 Software (AP801-K9W7-M), Version 12.4(25d)JA, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
I have a Cisco 881W configured for wireless (just a PSK, nothing special). I can get out to the Internet OK and browse to everywhere except my own websites.
It runs on a connection that does not connect directly to my network, but our website is available to the world externally.
Now, from the router a traceroute and ping work fine to our website but from the wireless connection I can get to everywhere else on the web but our website. A traceroute just stars out. I'm using 126.96.36.199 as a DNS server and nslookup resolves the DNS.
I can't set a DNS server or domain server on the ap on the 881W so are there any commands I can use to see what's going on?
1 router 881w with a site-to-site VPN connected to a switch and a wireless which allows internal users to access the VPN via wireless (this is like a backup, if the switch fails, then they can use the wireless). Everything's working fine so far. Now I want to configure a second WLAN for guest but I'm not really sure if this configuration will work:
ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.100.1 192.168.100.200 ! ip dhcp pool GuestNetwork network 192.168.100.0 255.255.255.0 default-router 192.168.100.1 dns-server 188.8.131.52
If it's not clear I want that everyone that is connected to the guest WIFI receives an IP address from the range I wrote before and then goes directly to the internet.
I recently purchased a new Cisco 881w router (last Friday).I have configured the 'wired' part of the router with little trouble, but the wireless side is proving a little challenging.I have read a number of posts complaining about the firmware version installed on my device being very buggy.The version of the firmware on the wired part is: Version 15.0(1)M8, however, the firmware on the wireless side seems to be: Version 12.4(21a)JA1 - the version reported as buggy. The former has a version date of 2012, with the latter being 2009.I have tried to download a newer version, but the site is asking me to provide a support contract.I wouldn't mind buying a support contract if the thing worked in the first place and I was trying to add some feature after it had been working for a while.
We had setup a wired/wireless LAN using Cisco 881W router for one of our client. Wired lan works OK but we have issues with wireless. Users on wireless LAN can connect to the wireless network, but cannot browse the Internet. The wifi network does not give out an ip address to the client so client cannot get to the default gateway and Internet. Not sure what part of config does not work.
##### sh runn ##### 881WiFi#sh run Building configuration...
I've tried setting the Cisco 881W with station-role non-root with the SSID of my netgear router, but I get the error %DOT11-4-CANT_ASSOC: Interface Dot11Radio0, cannot associate: No Response whenever I try to bridge it.
Is bridging the Cisco router via wifi to the Netgear Router something that is not possible or is it an error on my part?
I'm setting up a couple 881W cisco routers to use Unified wireless and am running into a bit of a brick wall.I've read through the "Upgrading to Unified Cisco Software" section of the following article:[URL]The problem is, I can't run the "service-module wlan-ap0 bootimage unified" command. The keyword "bootimage" does not exist. The router is licensed for advipservices and I'm running version 15.0(1)M4 on the router. AP is currently running version 12.4(21a)JA1. why the bootimage command doesn't appear? Will I need to downgrade the router IOS to 12.4?Additionally I'm having trouble finding an answer to the following:Is there a way to set up the embedded AP on the same network as the Data VLAN on the router, or do I need to create a separate IP network for the embedded AP? I've tried using 'ip unnumbered vlan10' (vlan10 is the data vlan) on the wlan-ap0 interface but then when I try opening a session to the AP it doesn't connect.
I have an integrated 881W with a built in 801 access point. I'm interested in increasing the range of my AP. I'm interested in considering any configuration changes while still maintaining support for N. I've included a copy of my running config.As well, I've heard of high gain antennas. I'm using the default antennas that came with the 881W. If there are better antennas that I can buy to increase my range, I'm interested in considering that as well.
I have a website account with fatcow. I created the website with Dreamweaver software and uploaded it to fatcow via port 21.My internet connection was via xplornet and I had no access problems. I upgraded to xplornet's new g4 system and now I can no longer access my account online or upload to my website.We have two computers. The first is a desktop system that has the dreamweaver software. The second is a laptop which connects wirelessly. We share the signal through a dlink router. The modem is a viasat Surfbeam 2 residential satellite modem.1. When I attempt to login to the fatcow control panel, the tab shows successfully authenticated and then re-directs me back to the login page. This happens on both the laptop and the desktop.
I have tried bypassing the router and the problem still exists.I took the laptop to the computer center and I can login to the account no problem.I used a free proxy server page on the internet and can login from my home system on my desktop no problem.I have completely turned off virus scan and firewalls. It doesn't work. I have tried IE7, Chrome, Firefox and they all have the same problem. The laptop runs IE8 and has the same problem.I can ping the page successfully. I can traceroute the page successfully. I can't nslooup any site at all. I get the domain not existant message.My ip and dns settings are the automatically find option.I have renewed ips and dumped the dns cache.Using alternate dns addresses doesn't rectify the problem. When I attempt to upload via dreamweaver, I connect but within seconds I get a Dreamweaver message that says "Connection to remote host has been lost. Click refresh to continue" and the log reads "FTP Error. Dreamweaver could not connect to server." I haven't taken my desktop anywhere to try to see if it works on a different network. I'm in a remote location (hence the satellite internet)and it is an hours drive to the nearest private internet connection and a 2 hour drive to the nearest public connection.
My b/g/n router is at one end of the house and on the second floor needs to be. I currently have a b/g/n wireless bridge hooked to a LAN port of an b/g/n router that I am using as an access point almost in the center of the house, about thirty feet away with one wall between them. I get good connection speed on an Internet TV that's about 7 feet below the access point with one floor/ceiling between. I get a reliable but slow connection to an Internet TV that is about 20 feet from the access point with two walls between. I get intermittent, slow connections with portable devices near the opposite end of the house on the first floor. Measured horizontally, they are within 15 feet of the upstairs TV that has a slow connection and about 9 feet below it.
The ceiling of my unfinished basement stairwell is a few feet below my router. I am thinking of putting a wireless bridge in the stairwell and connecting it with ethernet cable to an access point located in the crawl space, which is very dry, under the house directly below the upstairs Internet TV. It would be about 12 feet below the TV with a floor and a ceiling/floor between. That location would put it within 15 feet of the wireless devices on the far end of the house that now have a poor connection, with only a floor between. My primary goal is to get a better connection for them, but I'm hoping for a better one to the upstairs TV. My house is of frame construction with mostly plaster interior walls.
I want to use a POE access point under the house because I think it would be easier and safer than running a long extension cord. Looking at POE devices in catalogs, it is often not clear to me whether the device in question expects to be powered over ethernet or expects to power other devices over ethernet.
I have the following questions:
Does my plan sound feasible, and would it be expected to accomplish what I want?
How can I be sure that, when I order a POE access point, it expects to receive power over ethernet, not provide it?
Can POE devices be cascaded? If I do this and find that I did not get the coverage I hoped and, therefore, want to add another POE AP, can I add a POE hub or switch and run cable from it to the additional POE AP? If so, is there any particular monclature for devices that expect to both receive and provide POE? Can such devices receive and provide over any port, or do they have to receive power on a designated one and provide it to the others?
I would like to configure 3 Access Point (WAP4410N) to extend the wifi in my house. I try it to do several configuration but it doesn't work.
In this configuration, the wifi devices disappears and re-appears constantly. I lose the IP addresses and they all come down only every 5 seconds. I made screen shots of the 3 terminals in the word document attached below