I am running the demo of the virtual WLC and have one 1142N AP connected to it. I have two WLAN's created and they are configured to broadcast their SSID's. However, when I look on my laptop or Android, I cannot see either of them. I checked the AP to see if it has the WLAN's on it and it does. I did this by going to Wireless -> Access Points -> Radios -> 802.11a/n AP Interfaces -> Details. Under Station Configuration Parameters -> Number of WLAN's, there are 2, which is correct. I had this demo running on VMware workstation and had some bridging issues with it and thought that was the issue. I now have it running on ESX5.1 and am still having this issue. I am at a loss as to what is causing this problem.
i've been looking for a way to isolate clients on a Cisco Aironet 1121 on a certain SSID, and i cant find anything, tried pretty much everything i coudl remember, but since im no expert on Cisco wireless.
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I am using two Cisco Aironet 1252 (cisco AIR-AP1252AG-A-K9) to setup a point to point link (one is configured as root bridge and is as a non-root bridge). Both Aironets are running software version Version 12.4(25d)JA.
Is there a way that I can that I can perform an antenna alignment test on the Aironet that is configured as a non-root bridge?executing the following command dot11 dot11radio 0 ? does not show the antenna-alignemnet option.
I have 2 cisco Aironet 1252 setup as a point to point link using an external antenna (one radio is setup as the root bridge the other is setup as the non-root bridge). Now I see that the connection between the radios is established at a speed of 54 Mbps. However when I perform a speedtest on the link I see that the my actual download speed does not exceed the 2,5 Mbps. what can cause my actual speed to be far lower than the 54 Mbps? And what can I do to improve it?
Okay, I'm working on a project and the company I work for wants to add 5 Ghz antenna's to their Aironet 1252's. Okay not a problem, except I've never worked with these routers before and I can't get the configuration set (). Once I get 'em on one I can get them all done.
I have two cisco airenet 1252 autonamous access point that are configured as point to point bridge. Now I want to confiure AES encryption or WPA2 using a pre-shared key however I do not see the option to do this . The only option I see under ciphers are:
wep 128 wep 40 TKIP
Is it possible to use either AES or WPA2 using a pre-shared key on the 1252 autonamous access point? preferably using the web interface.
I am trying to poll the 5 minute average CPU utilization of my Cisco Aironet 1252 (IOS version 12.4(25d)JA) using SNMP OID .18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1.58.0.However for some reason I am not getting any response back from the aironet. Note I am able to retrive the memory utilization without a problem.
I am using a Aironet 1100 series access point (AIR-AP1142N-N-K9) with IOS version c1140-k9w7-tar.124-21a.JA1. I want to create two seperate SSID's on the access point with WEP encryption. There is no VLAN configured and i want it to be like it. Also I need to broadcast both the SSID's at the same time, so the some of my users need to login with the first SSID and the others to login through the other.
I have configure my AP with to SSID (11 & 12), but I cannot connect to 12. It authenticates, and while trying to acquire IP address from 12, it fails and connects me to 11 (if I have already saved the SSID connection).
The following is my AP status:Product/Model Number:AIR-AP1231G-A-K9 System Software Filename:c1200-k9w7-tar.123-8.JEE System Software Version:12.3(8)JEE Bootloader Version:12.3(2)JA4
The SSID 12 already have 4 clients connected, And I am tring to connect a 5th one (smart phone), but cannot connect to 12, instead coneected to 11. Also tried with a laptop, but cant get the IP address, and give Limited Connectivity error.
I configured the device manually, not even using Express Setup or Express Security setup so... it is possible I missed something.Anyway, here's the problem. Although the SSID is configured as "AP1", this SSID does not appear among available networks on the client laptop.
The connection, configured in Group Policy for the client, should actually happen automatically, based on the SSID, but since the SSID is not being broadcast, that connection is failing as well.
The Aironet does appear among the available networks as "Other Network" and if I click on "connect" I am prompted to enter the SSID -> AP1
Although, unexplicably, an error message displays (Windows cannot connect to the network, or something to that effect), the laptop *does* connect once I close that window. Network access is complete and functional - I can ping other hosts, etc..
I'd post screenshots but not knowing what setting is missing or incorrect, I'd have to print dozens. So here's the sh run output of the AP obtained via telnet (just below). This is a test network so all information is "real" (nothing changed for privacy):
Note: I even changed the hostname to "AP1" (it's still LAB1 below) but that did not resolve the problem (did not think it would).
We have multiple Cisco Aironet 1131AG devices, all wired on one Cisco L2 switch(2560) who is connected to L3 switch (3550). We assigned one VLAN for access point in L3 switch who acts as vtp server (L2 switch is vtp client). All ap's will have static ip address and all will have same SSID and no security and they will be using multiple channels (ex. 1,6,11). They will operate in 3 floor building for roaming wireless client. We won't using any wireless controller.
How to configure APs-all the same with different ip's, can we use L3 switch to create dhcp server for access points VLAN (pool for clients, and the rest for static ip for ap's)?
setup a WEP SSID on my 5508 controllers. THat being said, I have multiple sites with extremely old scan guns that only do 104bit wep. I plan on locally switching this SSID and using static WEP 104bit key with MAC authentication, and then ACLing to limit my inherent security issues/exposure once someone compromises my WEP key. [code]
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.
In the company we have two SSIDs for corporate and guest networks respectively when I try to connect to any of the SSIDs it doesn't happen until 5 retries. The only log I get that seems to be related to it is the following:
*Jun 11 11:48:09.062: %APF-1-DISCONECT_MOBILE_DUE_TO_WLAN_SW: apf_policy.c:541 Disconnecting mobile 00:23:32:73:d7:15 due to switch of WLANs from 1(femsawl) to 2(visitas)
Here it shows a switch between SSIDs but if you just turned on an apple device and try to associate for the first time to any of the SSIDs the scenario is the same, several tries to connect.I am running a 4402 wlc with 126.96.36.199 software version.
Ive had this 655 for about a year now and it has been rock solid. But, there has been one slight issue.
And and all wireless devices can see each other and all wired devices can see each other....but the wired cant see the wireless and vis versa.
The wireless devices (W7 and Vista laptops) can see the wired devices when they are plugged in. But my phone and Galaxy Tab can only see whatever wireless devices there are (cant be plugged in). Even my wired Samsung TV cant see the shares on the Tab or wireless laptops (and vis versa). So, its certainly not a firewall or OS config issue.
Now, I made sure they are all connecting via the main SSID and not the "isolated" Guest SSID....but its acting like the main SSID is isolated from the wired LAN somehow.
Firmware 1.34. IPs for the wired and wireless devices are all in the 1.2 - 1.50 range.
I have a "standart" settings of Cisco Aironet 1240AG with ENABLED broadcasting SSID, encryption is WPA2 (AES). I can see the wifi network (ssid) with windows system but with MAC OS 10.5 and MAC OS 10.7 also with iPhone the wifi is acting like hidden. But If I manually enter the wifi ssid and set the proper encryption the connection work normally. Also I have a separete windows partition on one MACbook and this windows 7 have no problem to see the SSID of my network. But If i Boot to the MAC OS the WIFI is "hidden" until the manually connection. (same problem on iphone, manuall connect with manually entered SSID is working well).
I am working on setting up a new WLAN infrastructure. I have set up different SSIDs connected to different VLANs, in the AP. I also want to use Windows NPS for authenticating users on the different SSIDs, with different authentication methods based on which SSID the user/device is connecting to. To do that, NPS needs to get the SSID, but the Aironet 1240 only sends its MAC address in the Called-Station-Id. I have read a bit about this, and found out that if I have a WLC, it will add the SSID to to the Called-Station-Id. But since we do not have a WLC, I am trying to get this to work anyway. Is it possible to modify the Called-Station-Id to include the SSID on an Aironet 1240? If not, is it possible to send the SSID as a separate attribute that can be read by the NPS?
Wireless client connected to a 3602i AP running on 2500 series WLC with a latest 7.2 code. Client will now connect to AT&T vpn client - success.Client will connect to SAP application using netweaver gui - failed.With the same scenario, except for the access point being used, client will connect to SAP application using netweaver gui
I have two WRT54GS routers. I want to extend my WiFi from the router connected to my upstream in the office to a second router in the living room. I want devices configured for the SSID and passphrase of my current WiFi (which is find in the office) to work seamlessly in the living room. I understand I can do this by running a cable and configuring router 2 as a client of router 1 with router 2 exposing the same SSID and passthrase on a different channel.
But I really don't want to run a cable.There is a point where a client can see router 1 where an AP would cover the living room.
Can I put router 2 at that point, have it connect wirelessly as a client to router 1, and have it expose as an AP using the same SSID and passphrase? Can this be done without wiring the router?
I wonder if there is a way to rename an existing SSID on aironet 1142 without destroying/recreating. I tried downloading configuration/ changing name/ re-uploading however that didn't have desired effect. There doesn't seem to be a way via web-GUI.
We have three Access Points, two Cisco Aironet 1260 and one 1240AG. Originally, the SSID was hidden on all three AP's and users had to go to Other Networks and type in the SSID and password to access the WAN. About a few months ago, the network started broadcasting to the public. I am trying to make the SSID hidden again. I have tried going to the Security tab, choosing the SSID Manager and setting single guest mode to none but it has not worked.
I've came across IP address that aren't enough for some users in the company. The IP addresses are more than enough to cater to the user's notebook or PC. However, some users does not know that there are actually limits to the IP we have, so quite a number of them actually uses their mobile / pads to tap the company's wireless.
I was wondering if i could restrict that particular user from tapping onto the network. I know it sounds a bit impossible because DHCP doesnt have that smart function to block whoever we sees deemed as a "nuisance".