I am working with a recently purchased Cisco Mobility Express controller, model 1815i, and in the Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guide 8.5, on page 47 under the heading "Using customized internal guest portal" it states that if a customized guest portal has to be presented to guest users, a sample page can be downloaded from cisco.com which can then be edited and imported to the Cisco Mobility Express controller. I am looking for this referenced "sample page" on cisco's website and cannot locate it. Can anyone assist me in locating it on cisco's website? Thanks, Doug
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I manage a small wireless network that consists of a router, 16 cisco switches, and 28 cisco AIR-CAP1602I WAPs. I am trying to find a way that I can change the Client Authentication Key Management WPA Preshared Key via the command line via a script. I can do this on the switches as well as the router, just cant seem to locate the command for the WAPs.
Is there a way, or cisco IOS command that will allow you to change this?
I can see the below in the running / startup-config file of the WAPs indicating that what I am seeing in the web CLI matches. I can change the Preshared Key in the web CLI interface, however I am looking for the Cisco command that allows me to change that Preshared Key via the command line.
dot11 ssid TEST-AP authentication open authentication key-management wpa version 2 guest-mode wpa-psk ascii 7 073828425A0C0B54043104010D242C02116165734A
encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm
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Hi.. thanks for the reply. No I am not trying to connect multiple switches together.
I have been tasked with managing a small network that consists of a cisco 2951 router, 10 cisco 2960 switches, 6 cisco 3750 switches, and 28 cisco AIR-CAP1602I WAPs.
The small utility, Cisco Network Assistant, which for me works rather well in just looking at whats out there Topography wise on this small network. Everything appears to be working normally with all the switches, it is just that when scanning the network and creating the community with the CNA, all of the 2960's are detected as a single switches such as seen in picture #1 below and they show up apparently normal as stack setting options are not available on them when right clicked.
However the 3750's each one when placed on the network, scanned and added to the community, always for some reason shows up as the switch itself, then nested right under it is another switch by the same name, except it has the switch name+1 as seen below, plus there are stack settings available when you right click on the 3750.
Notice how each 3750 above shows up as itself, with a duplicate right beneath it with a -1. Example EFB-X64, then
EFB-X64-1 right below it. None of the 2960's show up in that manner which also have the same stacking capabilities.
It doesn't effect functionality, just an annoyance that I may just have to live with when just looking at the Topology I guess.
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I recently began repurposing some older working Cisco 3750G switches that have been sitting around a while. I performed factory resets on them and then downloaded the most recent IOS version 12.2 (55) SE12 and updated it successfully on all 10 switches.
They are all working perfectly from everything I can tell, however when I can them using Cisco Network Assistant everyone of them show as being stacked? What I mean to elaborate, when scanned the device name if EFB-X66, yet when CNA scans all of them and finds them it reports back as 2 devices, EFB-X66 and then nested underneath it, it shows EFB-X66-1.
It doesn't show stacked from everything I can see...
The show ver command shows the below...
Switch Ports Model SW Version SW Image ------ ----- ----- ---------- ---------- * 1 28 WS-C3750G-24TS-1U 12.2(55)SE12 C3750-IPBASEK9-M
Also when I look at the configuration, it only shows 1 switch...
! no aaa new-model switch 1 provision ws-c3750g-24ts-1u system mtu routing 1500 no ip domain-lookup ip domain-name EFB !
I have tried numerous things and nothing seems to help them show up as a single device like the Cisco 2960 swites that are intermixed on this small isolated network.
Anyone ever see this before?
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