We have two cisco 1262 AP and a 4402 WLC, the AP cannot join the WLC. The AP gets the address from dchp
I cannot ping the AP address from the WLC, but i can ping the default gateway and other VLAN addresses.
I already read the info on the this link : [URL] Still our AP cannot join the WLC no matter what i have tried.
- VLAN setup on a Cisco 3560 48 port poe Switch - tunk configured btwn the Gi Interface and the Management physical port - WLC mode is configured for Layer 3 - AP Manager and Management are in the same Subnet - Option 43 is configured for the with the AP Manager's IP address - Opotion 60 is also configured with AP Manager's IP address - the port connected to the APs are in the AP Manager VLAN
I have a cisco AIR-LAP1262N-A-K9 and AIR-LAP1142N-A-K9, and i would like to join to Cisco WLC2106 (software version 126.96.36.199)My ap 1262N have 3 antennas externals with 7dbi of ganancy,Is possible to do it?
My WLC running 188.8.131.52 suddenly could not accept more than 47 APs! Ihave a 1240 trying to join but failed with no obvious reason (no special errors in debugging).
I unplugged one of the joined and the first one joined!! I replugged the second one but could not join!! I unplugged the first one and replugged the second one: the second joined the controller but the first could not associate again!
1) AP was originally running a standalone image. I booted it into a so-called ROMMON or AP mode (ESC is the right key to make it boot into this mode).
I found a recovery image in its flash - c1140-rcvk9w8-mx. I made the AP boot from it by using "set" command and I see that it start booting using this recovery image. Here goes the question. Do all AP settings matter ? E.g. when I run "set" command from AP I see the following:
ap: set ?= DEFAULT_ROUTER=10.0.0.1 Default_router=10.9.99.1 ENABLE_BREAK=yes
I have new 1262 APs, this have Gig Interface, when I connect the AP in my 6500 with PoE Gig Interface, the AP turn on, but the interface never get up. I need to change the speed to 100 in the 6500 switch port, when I do this, the interface become UP.
This is the model of the card WS-X6148A-GE-45AF This is the Switch IOS s3223-ipservicesk9_wan-mz.122-18.SXF11.bin
The controller is 5500 version 7.2
This is the interface config: interface GigabitEthernet4/36 switchport switchport access vlan 308
Our scenario requires some customization in Wireless network. We have moving Forklift machines fitted with network devices. The network device in forklift acts as a client. But it doesn't have a wireless adapter and no provisions to add a wireless adapter. There is one ethernet port.
So we have a plan to attach one AP(1262) to each forklift. this AP needs to talk to the AP whcih is connected to Wired network. The network deivce in the forklift need to talk to the root AP(1262) through the AP directly connected to it over Ethernet.
I'm having this weird problem with an IP phone behind a WGB. The setup is like this: Cisco controller -> Switch -> switch -> AP (Air LAP1142) -> WGB (Air LAP 1262) -> switch -> IP phone.
The phone works, sometimes. Sometime for days, sometime for hours, then it disconnects and what I have to do then to get it working again is to run this command on the bridge. "no workgroup-bridge unified-vlan-client", then wait for it to disassociate, then run "workgroup-bridge unified-vlan-client" and after that it gets a stable connection (for a undetermined amount of time).
Here´s the WGB config: version 15.2 no service pad service timestamps debug datetime msec [Code]....
is the aironet 1262 access point a good choice for an environment of about 20 users. each users is in an office and we are looking at deploying the ap at the end of the hall on a wall mount. would distance be a barrier and are there any better options out there?
Client has a building that is located 300Ft apart and would like to provide IP communications for 3-4 IP hadsets back to an IP PBX. They do not want to dig up the parking lot so we proposed using a wireless bridge. I noticed that Cisco discontinue the 1300 and 1400 Wireless Bridge. Can I use a 1262 with external antenna in Workgroup Bridge mode to perform this functions? I will put a Layer 3 switch on both ends to route traffic (3560C-8). Should I use the Yagi antenna's for outdoor use?
I will be doing a site survey using the client's Cisco 1262 with only 1 radio (g/n), 3 antennas. What is the maximum transmit power, 20dBm or 23dBm? I need to set the transmit power in the Airmagnet to 50% or 3dBm down as recommended by Cisco.
I currently have WLC 5508 and a few campuses with LAP 1142, each with 2-3 vlan. Now one of our campuses have a building thas is a bit far away and needs network (wired). We can't get fiber or TP-cable there in a good way. So the plan is to get two 1262 or 3500 with AIR-ANT5160NP-R antennas and get a wireless link working between the campus and the building. And then connect one of the AP's to a switch in the other building to provide it with wired network.
The problem is that I can't find information on how to do it. Should both APs be in autonomus mode? I probably only need to have 1 VLAN in the other building but I am not sure yet. Is there a problem with transfering several VLAN over the WLAN-link?
We have 6 1262 APs and a 2504 WLC. 5 of the 1262 appear correctly with 2 radios. One of them shows 1 radio. See screen shots below showing model numbers and interfaces on the AP with one radio available (All other 1262s show 2 radios as normal). Tried resetting the AP to factory default, but same result. Do I have a defective AP?
1. Can the C1200 antennas work on the 1262 ? 2. Can the 2.4Ghz antenna work on the 5Ghz ports on the 1262 ? 3. The 1262 has 6 antenna ports (3 2.4ghz and 3 5ghz), can the (3) 2.4 Ghz antenna be used only as i only have antennas for the C1200 Access point which are 2.4 Ghz.
I want to replace existing 1242s with 1262s. Which are currently in a Heated Nema Enclosures with 12dBi Mast Mount AIR-ANT24120. The 5.0 Ghz Radio is off. So the question is can I use the same Antennas AIR-ANT24120 for the new 1262? I’m assuming yes as long I use connectors A & C are tx/rx; on the center would we leave open or put a rubber duck on it?
We currently have about 50 Cisco 1252 wireless access points running from a 4404 Wireless LAN controller. We need to order more APs, but of course the 1252s have been discontinued.Was assured by Cisco that the 1262 would work just fine with our WLC. I'm messing around with a trial 1262 and am running into problems.We hard-code the IP address, hostname, default gateway, and controller IP address in each of our access points. I did that with the new 1262 the same way I did with the 1252s:lwapp ap ip address lwapp ap ip default-gateway etc., etc.That didn't work. Then I tried doing the same thing using (not sure if this is the correct terminology...) the capwap commands.
The AP still doesn't show up on the WLC's GUI, though I can ping the AP from the WLC and I can ping the WLC from the AP.I also can't use a web browser to get into the access point's configuration tool. Do I understand correctly that the lightweight APs don't have the GUI?
I am running a WiFi network built on Cisco 1262 APs and Cisco WLC 5508. My APs broadcast two SSIDs, let call them "WiFi_Pay" and "WiFi_Free". I have a problem: when users migrate from "WiFi_Pay" to "WiFi_Free" (not moving, connecting to the same AP), the connection fails. If they try for second time, it is always successful. My task is to ensure that such migrations run smoothly and be successful from the first attempt.
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.
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?
Some devices are failing to connect to my Cisco Aironet 1262 AP. So far I have noted the ipad 2, a windows 8 phone and a bang and olufson speaker. Is there something I need to tweak in my config. Other devices connect fine, that is my laptop, desktop and android phone.
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.
When I use the 2.4 gHz radio for repeater mode, clients that connect to the repeater AP can be seen and communicated with.Is there something special that needs to be done to get my desired scenario to work?All radios are members of bridge group 1.