I have a cisco 1811 with 2 isp. i want to shut down an interface when a IP is not responding anymore and to “no shut” when the ip is back online. Here what I make: the interface go shut when 184.108.40.206 not respond but never came up when 220.127.116.11 is back online.
track 100 rtr 99 reachability delay down 10 up 60 ! consider it "down" if down for 10 secs, consider it "up" if up for 60 secs
WCS is reporting few AP's are not associated with it. While troubleshooting, AP conneceted switch interface shows UP/UP and show power inline output gives IEEE PD instead of AIR-LAP1131AG-E-K, after doing a shut/no shut on AP connected interface. Later after sometime AP comes up.
I have a WLC 4402 with many APs connected. Most of the APs are LAP1121 and LAP1131 and are working using 802.11b/g. I tried activating 802.11a but for some reason its not working. I see under the Monitor tab that the AP's "802.11a" interface is "down". I have enabled the radio under the "Wireless" tab. Under all the "WLAN" I have enabled all the radios but still not working. 802.11a" interface is still "down".
The AP Model is AIR-LAP1131AG-E-K9 meaning "ESTI" regulation. Under "Country" I "checked" IL.
I've a 2106 WLC and the software is upgrade to 18.104.22.168. There are 3 APs with external power adapter work normally on it. Here is the problem: There is another AP with external power adapter has join the the WLC successfully. But it can not enable the radio 802.11b. Following is the error message on CLI
(Cisco Controller) config>802.11b enable AP001d.a1ef.b5f4 Cisco AP has not enough in-line power to enable radio
Since few days the WLC 2100 series controller and 3x LAP1131AG are getting disconnected and the controller gets offline via the local ip address. At that point I have to reboot. To get anywhere and after I connect wirelessly to the AP before I know it it disconnects. It worked for 3 years straight no fuss. And now nothing. I reconfigured the WLC 10times and no diffference.
I have a customer whom has six LAP1131AG-K9 but no controller and they are interested in one of the new 2500 series, specifically a AIR-CT2504-5-K9 with a 5 AP add-on license to bring total AP capacity to 10. I can't determine clearly if this controller will work for these older AP's prior to them making the jump to 802.11n via the 3500 or 3600 series, looking to the community to confirm.
My wireless internet will randomly shut off, roughly every other day. It will shut up and say that my wireless router needs to be reset, but all other wireless devices continue to work throughout the house. I could run any amount of diagnostic but it will not fix. The only time it fixes it when it says "repair as administrator" as one of the options in diagnostic test which does not always appear. I went to school yesterday, and my laptop would not connect to the wireless network there at all, but everyone else around me connected fine.
My daughter received an I pad for her recent 16th birthday and so I have added a Wi-Fi router to our home system. My question is how do I shut down the Wi-Fi and maintain access to the internet with my home computer? I am sure that everyone with children understands why I want to have this ability.
Just up-graded my OS to Win 7 Pro and I installed the adapter with no problems.. The problem starts when trying to shut sown Win 7, when I try to power off the system, the little blue light flickers about 1/2 dozen times then goes Steady Blue and stays that way till it shuts off..I have to manully take it out of the USB port each time I shut down my PC or it will get really hot and Probably burn up. I have tried all the power options and that does nothing...This did not happen when I was running XP service pack 3 32 bit.
We have about 70 AIR-1131AG-A-K9 APs that were installed about 5 years ago. The controller we use is a 4404 WLC, with software 22.214.171.124. This provides us our wireless network. We use Cisco switches as access, distribution, and core switches.
We have two guest networks, one for visiting physicians and another for patients and their guests. Each of these guest networks use a 4402 WLC as an anchor controller, with software 126.96.36.199. They use the same APs as our business network.
According to my understanding of the guest networks is that a tunnel (I don't know if it is encrypted or or encapsulated) is created between the APs/Guest WLAN to the anchor controllers, so this guest traffic is isolated from our business traffic. Futhermore, these guest controllers connect directly to our firewall, which only allows them access to the Internet, and not our Internal LAN.
Our Problem ========================= Well, we've been having problems with our wireless system, specifcally with patient guest access. It has gotten bad enough that they are looking to replace the Cisco APs on the south side of the hospital. We've been told that "you can get better guest access at McDonalds" : ( . I think part of our problem is that our controller code is so very old and we are have a our patient guest network open and "restrict" the number of clients attached to it by limiting our DHCP scope. The biggest complaint we get regarding the patient/guest wireless is people saying "I can't connect to the wireless", which we almost always identify as an issue caused by us running our of DHCP leases (we have about 200). These DHCP lease are used quickly, by an devices that comes into range that is set to automatically connect to any network that is in range. A lot of our staff is connected to our patient guest network and don't even realize it.
We are interested in Meraki APs because they are magaged using a cloud controller (we won't have the added expense of another controller) and they seem really easy to manage. Our biggest concern regarding Mearki is security. They make use of NAT, a Layer 3 firewall, and LAN isolation (a firewall rule that only allows clients Internet access) in each AP as a means of isolating the guest traffic from the business traffic. Does this seem like a secure way to accomplish this or are the Layer 2 tunnels that Cisco and from what I've been told recently Aruba and Juniper make use of a more secure approach?
We've been working with a Meraki vendor, who also happens to sell Aruba and Juniper wireless networks. It seems like don't suggest Meraki if we are concerned with security. They said they are good for situations where you have many geographically seperated sites. They suggested we use Juniper and Aruba, specifically because they use Layer 2 tunnels and that they used technologies like clear air (APs self adjust channels and power, which Meraki claims to do too). I thought that, hey does Cisco that too, why wouldn't we just go with Cisco if those are your selling points for Juniper and Aruba?
I have the e4200v2 with Smart Wifi (formerly Connect Cloud). On my previous routers, I've been able to shut down internet access for my ENTIRE home network at a specific time each night and then re-allow access again at a specfic time the next morning.
In using the Parental Controls on the 4200v2, it appears I have to set times for EACH and EVERY device on my network. I have 4 kids and a very heavy wireless network, including 3 Xboxes, 1 PS3, a Bluray player, a Directv receiver, an RCA media streaming device, 4 laptops, 1 desktop, 4 IPODs, and 1 IPhone on my network.
My goal is to shut down the internet access completely each night at Midnight, then re-allow access the next morning at 6am in order to ensure my kids aren't up all night playing games, etc. But the the Parental Controls on the 4200v2, it appears I have to do this for EVERY device, instead of being able to just shut down access across the board like I could with the old Linksys web-based interface.
I have 10 AIR-LAP1131AG-A-K9 connected to a 4402 controller. I have a couple of questions:
- When I go into CONFIGURE/ACCESS POINT, one of the AP's has the message "**Configuration is different on the Device**". How do I connect directly to the device to check the settings? I tried to telnet but that didn't work.
- Are these access points capable of acting as a DHCP server? If so, where can I check this setting? I have workstations that are unable to pull an IP address from my DHCP server running on a Windows server. I want to make sure the AP's and/or the controller are not the issue. The clients see the SSID and the signal is strong, but when they connect they get limited network connectivity message and the IP addr is 169.254.97.123 (which is wrong).
My E4200 recently started to randomly shut down. To say the least this is very aggravating. Nothing has changed, location still the same and it seems to be overheating or in the very least getting warm. In the last It will also shut down multiple times a day too. I have done some reading and am beginning to regret this purchase.
At one of our locations we are experiencing some problems getting connected to our wireless networks.
It is possible to sit right next to an AP (AIR-LAP1131AG) and only have limited access to the network.
I have attached a snapshot from inSSID from the wireless networks in the area. All of them are broadcasted by our controller and I can´t figure out how it is possible to see SSIDs in other channels than the ones in the 2.4GHz band (11-14)?
I was in the Wireless tab>Basic Wireless Settings and then I clicked the "Reset Security" button. I don't know what that did but I've been completely shut out of my connection ever since and I don't know how to fix it. I tried doing the install sequence of the router just now (Clone MAC address, then release and renew DHCP, power cycle modem, router, and PC) but it still didn't work.
I have a Linksys wireless router. Currently, a PC is connected by cable to it. Also connected by cable are the PS3 and stand-alone printer. It seems when the PC is shut down there's no Internet access to through the router. Whether the PC is up or down shouldn't effect the router, right?
Is it possible to reduce de recoveery time after an interface shutdown? Current interface configuration is as follows and it takes 1 second to recover from a shutdown. I need to decrease this time.(Cisco Catalyst C3560) [code]
I am using Belkin router for my laptop . Once I shut down my laptop suddenly the router stops working and hence if some one else is using the wi-fi network, he is loosing the connectivity. For that I have to restart the router everytime when ever I shut down my laptop.