Happy to Introduce “Wireless Config Analyzer Express” the next gen cloud based evolution of the WLC Config Analyzer (WLCCA) with powerful checks for Wireless LAN Controllers , Access Points (AP), Radio Frequency (RF), Mobility, Security, Mesh and Flex Configurations. “WCAE” provides state of art RF summary including stats summarization at WLC, AP group, Flex group level and RF health analysis at WLC, AP group, Flex group level.
Get the experience of hundreds of cases applied to your network in seconds
AP Data Summarization
Get list of AP HW types and operational modes in use
Quick data summarization for main RF stats, see what is happening at WLC, or AP group/Flex group levels
Simplified RF analysis tool, translate those RF statistics into simple Health report
Log File Summarization
List all messages in a short list, get counts and initial/end time
WLC running AireOS
File Types Supported
Sh run-config -> recommended option, gives you more bang for the buck
WCAE is a public facing tool and anyone with a valid CEC ID can enjoy its benefits. Please feel free to share this tool with your customers and partners. Note: Ensure that pop-up block is disabled for the page on your browser to run the script. Here are some cool screenshots from WCAE:
We are trying to setup an outdoor wireless network with 1532I access point in autonomous mode. We created a 2.4Ghz network with WPA ver 2 and AES encryption. The problem is that some devices stay connected but can't access event to network (LAN or WA...
Hi, I'm doing project for a large company who asked me to order a few Cisco Aironet 1815w APs. Now that I have them I don't know where to download the CAPWAP controller based software to configure them (I'm assuming it is a software app similair to w...
Hi. I've been experimenting with 802.11w (Protected Management Frame) and can't get it to work at all. None of the devices I've tested with seem to support it. Before I spend any more time on this, has anyone actually seen it work in the real world, ...
Hi all,I'm not sure about the settings of the"Antenna Configuration" for an 1852E Mobility Express Access Point. If I look at the datasheet for the 1852E, it notes that 2.4GHz uses 3 antennas. -> Does that mean that for Radio 1 only 3 Antennas nee...