If a high level of security and encryption is required, industry-standard security solutions on Layer2 (L2) can be implemented, such as 802.1X dynamic keys with Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) dynamic keys.
The Cisco Wireless LAN (WLAN) Solution WPA implementation includes Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Temporal Key Integrity Protocol + Message Integrity Code Checksum (TKIP + Michael) dynamic keys, or Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) static keys.
To automatically block L2 access after an operator-set number of failed authentication attempts, this feature can be disabled. Regardless of the wireless security solution selected, all L2 wired communications between Cisco WLAN Controllers and Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Points (APs) are secured because data is passed through LWAPP tunnels.
Hi All, Have some interesting things going on with wireless and I'm trying to figure out if it's something with our WLAN config we have the following equipment: - WLC 5520 ver. 126.96.36.199- APs are AIR-AP1815I-B-K9 We're mainly noticing this ...
HiWe have a WLC 5508 model licensed for 100 access points. The WLC is reporting that all our licences have been used but we only have 60 access points registered ? Is there a way for me to rest the count so that a licences used relects the numbe...
Hi all, in regards to Wi-Fi and specifically RADIUS in the general sense and in the scope of generic and non-Cisco proprietary implementations of Wi-Fi and RADIUS, does EAP-TTLS also support mandatory client side certificates like EAP-TLS d...
I have searched the normal locations that Cisco posts MIB support and cannot find anything for this wireless controller: C9130AXI Cisco Catalyst 9130AX Series Access Points Data Sheet - Cisco Any suggestions? Chris Callison