I have a Cisco 1941 with some DHCP scopes on it and I need to add option 43 to them so they can locate our Cisco Wireless LAN Controller using CAPWAP, has anyone done this before?
WLC = 192.168.0.110
My router DHCP is:
ip dhcp pool vlan20 ...
We have 2 ASA 5520 firewalls working in active passive, below is the config for the outside interface.
I can't show the real IP's so have changed them to these:
188.8.131.52 - Primary public IP
184.108.40.206 - Standby public IP
I noticed that we had a AP that was down yesterday and I'm not sure how long it was down for. We use the 5508 WLC, ISE, and Prime.
Do you know is there is a why to get alerted via email should this happen again?
We have an old site with about half a dozen switches (2960s, 3750s), and they they have an access list for SSH. Now this access list blocks us because it wasn't updated before we removed the subnet where the servers lived (office move).
Ah so maybe that is it? I was trying to connect to the service port with option 43, but it is unroutable (I think I can add a static route to the 5508 WLC). So using the Management port worked because it is routable?
So what is normally used in a ...
On my router (acting as a DNS server) I changed:
ip host CISCO-CAPWAP-CONTROLLER 192.168.0.110 (Service Port)
ip host CISCO-CAPWAP-CONTROLLER 172.16.10.110 (management port)
And all is working, so can the service port not be used?
On the router I added:
Router(config)#ip dns server
Router(config)#ip host CISCO-CAPWAP-CONTROLLER 192.168.0.110
Now showing as ok, but still no joy.
Translating "CISCO-CAPWAP-CONTROLLER"...domain server (172.16.20.1) [OK]
*Mar 1 00:49:49.539: %CAPW...