Cisco Wireless :: Aironet 600 OEAP Limitations?

Aug 20, 2012

I have found that there are only few configuration to the Cisco Aironet 600 OEAP. The settings are just for basic configuration for a wireless network when it is in autonomous mode.
A need for a Wireless LAN Controller to perform advance settings.
Also, there are no firmware available in Cisco. No upgrade/downgrade firmware avalaible for download.

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Cisco Wireless :: Aironet 600 OEAP / AP Is Able To Configure 2 Public IP Address Of DMZ-WLCs?

Dec 9, 2012

Does the AP is able to configure 2 public ip address of the DMZ-WLCs?
like ip in my US data center, whereas a second ip in my EU data center?

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Cisco Wireless :: OEAP 600 Not Authenticating

Feb 18, 2013

We have cisco 5508 office extend in dmz running code 7.3.112. 1132 AP seems to register and authenticate fine but OEAP 600 series dont seem to authenticate. they seem to join the controller and download the SSID but just wont authenticate ? not even registering on the AAA server

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Cisco Wireless :: OEAP-600 AP Backup Connectivity To WLC

May 20, 2013

Here's the list of equipments:
Pool of oeap 600 aps
1x 2504WLC as OEAP WLC (@DMZ)
1x ASA 5515
My OEAP WLC located at ASA - DMZ is NATted to a public ip (primary internet ISP), then my pool of OEAP-600 were configured to communicate with this OEAP WLC.
My question is:
I want to automate the failover of OEAP-600 (I don't know if this is possible) to the secondary internet ISP whenever the primary internet ISP fails. The secondary ISP is terminated on the same ASA 5515-X doing PBR and IP SLA stuff.
I know that OEAP 600 can only be pointed to one WLC ip address I know that the WLC can only be NATted to one public IP address.

What would be the best solution to perform the OEAP backup connectivity? Or just buy another set of WLC/ASA then just manually configure the OEAP-600 APs to point to the secondary ISP.

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Cisco Wireless :: OEAP 600 - Possible To Disable Local Ports 1-3?

Sep 23, 2012

I have a customer looking to deploy OEAP & wants to know if it possible to disable the local ports 1-3?  Reason being, they don't want the home user connecting devices & causing more support tickets to troubleshoot an Xbox or Google TV just b/c it's connected to a company provide AP/Switch. I have read all the docs & it makes no mention of this.... I can see in 7.2 the ability to disable the local SSID but no mention of the ability to shutdown ports 1-3..Also see support in 7.2 for Dual RLAN... but that still leaves 2 local ports.

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Cisco Wireless :: Oeap 600 - Can't Connect To Corporate Wlan

Oct 1, 2011

I have some trouble with the setup of an oeap 600 ap. The ap has joined the controller as it should and the remote-lan connection to my corporate network works well, but i can't connect to the corporate wlan.
When i check the event log on the ap it says:

*Oct 02 07:36:56.662: (Re)Assoc-Req from 00:1a:73:d2:82:8c forwarded to WLC, wired: no
 *Oct 02 07:36:56.665: received assoc-rsp for wireless client, status=0011
 *Oct 02 07:37:11.712: DisAssoc-Req/DeAUTH from 00:1a:73:d2:82:8c forwarded to WLC, wired: no
 *Oct 02 07:37:11.713: WTP Event: Delete Mobile sent to wlc00:1a:73:d2:82:8c"
and a debug on the controller gives me:
apfMsConnTask_6: Oct 02 08:52:05.034: 00:1a:73:d2:82:7f Adding mobile
on LWAPP AP ec:c8:82:c2:3a:20(0)
*apfMsConnTask_6: Oct 02 08:52:05.034: 00:1a:73:d2:82:7f Association received from mobile on AP ec:c8:82:c2:3a:20
*apfMsConnTask_6: Oct 02 08:52:05.034: 00:1a:73:d2:82:7f Sending Assoc Response to station on BSSID ec:c8:82:c2:3a:20 (s
tatus 17) ApVapId 1 Slot 0


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Cisco Wireless :: Assign Resilient WLCs To An OEAP 600?

Apr 17, 2012

Possible to assign reslient WLCs to an OEAP 600?
The web GUI of the OEAP itself only has a single field to enter the address of a single controller.
But, I wonder if once the OEAP is talking to your WLC across the Internet, you can allocate HA settings to the OEAP so that it can fall back to a secondary WLC if your main WLC fails.
This is sort of hinted at in the docs I have read, but I have not been able to find it explicitly stated anywhere.
It would be nice to have 2 DMZ-based WLCs at two different data centres to allow remote users to have a fail-over solution, but I need to be sure that this is supported before implementing.

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Cisco Wireless :: 602-OEAP Access Point Broken After WLC Upgrade To

Mar 7, 2013

I have a TAC case open, but it doesn't seem to be making any progress.I upgraded my 5508 controller from up to of my APs are fine. 3500s, 1100s etc.except for 602i APs. The APs associate, they update software etc, but they won't broadcast the WLAN.An interesting thing, on the 602 AP, in the log, I see this:*Mar 06 15:08:12.667: SSID remote, WLAN Profile Name: RemoteOEAP, added to the slot[0], disabled..So the AP is definately talking to the WLC and being pushed the correct WLAN profile.On the controller, the AP shows the the Admin status of the radios is showing DOWN, but the Admin status on the AP itself shows UP
I've done a factory reset on the APs to no avail. I have a 2504 WLC as well that i'm in the process of implementing in a DMZ specificially for these APs, and for testing purposes, I associated the 602 Ap to that WLC as well. This one is running too, same results. It would appear to be a problem with this version of software?

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Cisco Wireless :: OEAP 600 Series - Maximum User Count

Sep 12, 2011

Only fifteen users are allowed to connect on the WLAN Controller  WLANs provided on the 600 series at any one time. A sixteenth user  cannot authenticate until one of the first clients de-authenticates or a  timeout occurred on the controller. Note: This number is cumulative across the controller WLANs on the 600 series. For example, if two controller WLANs are configured and there are  fifteen users on one of the WLANs, no users will be able to join the  other WLAN on the 600 series at that time. This limit does not apply to  the local private WLANs that the end user configures on the 600 series  designed for personal use and clients connected on these private WLANs  or on the wired ports do not affect these limits. This is from the Configuration Guide for teh 600 series Office Extend AP. Is this count per AP or total per WLC? If I have 10 APs deployed to our remote users, can each AP support two simultaneous users? Would I need to use separate WLANs for each OEAP?

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Cisco Wireless :: OEAP 600 Cannot Join WLC With Authentication List Enable

Mar 17, 2012

I've got a strange problem here. In the office, my OEAP 600 can join WLC if there is no MAC authentication. When i enable MAC authentication at WLC, AP will fail to register. However, I try it at home and it works with both MAC authentication enable or disable. I suspect it is because of firewall in my office, but there shouldn't have any different in discovery and joining procedure for AP with MAC authentication enable or disable.

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Cisco Wireless :: 1142 AP - OEAP 602 Can't Connect To WLC / Doesn't Have DTLS Enabled

Jun 17, 2012

Flex 7500
Software Version:
I have a Flex 7500 with 200 1142AP's working fine in remote office and local setup. We have since purchased 3 OEAP 602's and looking to distribute to teleworkers.
I have configured the OEAP to point to the NAT'd IP of the WLC, the OEAP does connect and is listed briefly in the WLC wireless listing but I am not able to make any configuration changes, it will then dissassociate and try the join process all over again. I have attached below the OEAP 600 event log. I see that the WLC does not support data DTLS encryption and looking to make this work.
I have tried to install the DTLS license file from the Cisco website, but says license failed to install, with no other errors.
*Jun 18 15:18:43.938: Build version (compiled Feb  3 2012 at 01:56:39, [L]).
*Jun 18 15:18:47.859: CAPWAP State: Init.
*Jun 18 15:18:47.860: CAPWAP State: Discovery.


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May 21, 2012

I have established dual-rlans on different segments.I have a 2960g switch.  I created vl2 (management) and vl3 (data).I connected rlan1 (port4) to vl2 and rlan2 (port3) to vl3.My laptop receives a dhcp address on vl3 and the switch (in dhcp mode) receives it's proper address on vl2.Unfortunately a MAC is assigned to each vl and to the management interface.  Thats 3 out of the 2 sets of 4.

So a managed switch is NOT the desired device to have on the back side of an OEAP600.In any case doing a show mac address-table revealed that all the vl2 MAC addresses were duplicated on vl3.To the tune of 216 addresses.  108 in each vlan.  Which is a close match to the current host counts for each segment 98 + 18.Obviously this application is not what was envisioned by the OEAP team during work-up.The goal of 4 host devices on the rlan is proving difficult to achieve.The client wants 2 pc's and 2 digi-port servers.

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Aug 26, 2012

Is there any limitations of network size for an interface in a WLC 5508? Any recomendations of netmask size? Maximum /24, maximun /21?

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Jan 29, 2013

with FW a 2500 controller works as anchor controller, now.I have 3 questions.
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2) Have Cisco a compatibility matrix about Anchor - Foreign Firmware? (Example works anchor with 7.0.x.x foreign?)
3) A controller works only as anchor. A controller version with lowest AP licence is needed. Right?

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Mar 15, 2012

I have two 5508 and a few hundred 1142 in our internal net. Now I bought some OEAP 600 to do tests in some small branch offices, but I would like to enable AP policies with MAC filtering to block that anyone else can connect an OEAP through our firewall. If I enable 'Accept Self Signed Certificates (SSC)' and 'Authorize MIC APs against auth-list or AAA' as suggested in Cisco document 'Aironet 600 Series OfficeExtend Access Point Configuration Guide', will that effect only my OEAP 600 or will I have to also include the MAc addresses of my internal 1142?

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Jan 2, 2012

Just installed the E3200 and use to have a WRT54G. Wanted the N Band.Noticed two major deficiencies.

1) this device does not have Internet Access Policy option and the Parental Control interface is unbelievably poor?There are very few options to work with in terms of time of day to turn on and off blocking access. (Half hour increments only, not 5 minutes increments that I was use to). The "FROM" Field has AM only and the "TO" filed has PM only. This means if you wish a device to have access pass Midnight, you can't, or if you wish to block beginning in the AM, you can't. Furthermore there are no day selections, just School Night and Weekend Night. What if you just want to block school Night. You can't "turn off" weekend. Is there a way to gett full Internet Access firmware into this device.
2) When using Parental Control the devices to restrict access are only displayed by default names. I have 8 devices on the LAN and half of them say Network Device. Any way to identify them by a device name or MAC ID?

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Jan 3, 2012

I have a Fiber to Ethernet connector from my ISP. The Ethernet cable goes to an iSP issued Zyxel router. Into this router the landline phoneservice connects to give us VoIP landline service (which is cheaper). An Ethernet cable goes from the Internet port on the E4200 to a LAN port on the Zyxel router. That works great but I had to put the E4200 into Bridge Mode to get it to connect to the Internet via the Zyxel router which I need to use the phone services my ISP provides. I bought the E4200 because I wanted to use the dualband functionally and get a 802.11N 5GHz network setup and to give me the ability to block certian websites and services which I knew Cisco/Linksys is famous for - the abillity to control your network. 
Well then imagine my surprise when I could not use the Parental Control settings when the router is in Bridge Mode... This was the reason I bought this router over an Apple Airport Exreme. Is there anyway to get it to let me use the Parental Control anyway while in Bridge Mode or a better way for me to connect the router with the rest of my network?

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Oct 29, 2012

We have the following architecture for Internet access:
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Nov 30, 2011

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Oct 10, 2011

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May 29, 2012

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If we upgrade to a 7246vxr with NPEG1 and MC28U.

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Dec 22, 2012

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we have a RV082 and have the DMZ option enable for a range of IPs within the same subnet of WAN IP and this works great. I have another range of Public IPs from our ISP that is not in the same subnet of the WAN IP and do not see a way on the RV082 to include this 2nd bank of Public IPs in the DMZ. Our ISP internet feed plugs into the RV082 WAN port and we have a switch pulgged into the DMZ port of the RV082 that is used to connect the public devices in the current DMZ. Both banks of Public IPs from our ISP come over via the ISP internet feed plugged into the WAN Port. My question is, if I cannot configure a DMZ rule to allow this 2nd range of Public IPs to "travel" to the RV082 DMZ port.

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Mar 21, 2012

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Sep 20, 2011

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Can I actually put that many lines in an ACL?
Will the router choke and do any other work
I have attached the sorted ACL list for you to review
Any of the following router lines will accept a  list that large and still run acceptably?

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