This message can also indicate an authentication failure due to incorrect configuration. If there is a mismatch in the authentication parameters on the AP and the client, the authentication fails. Check if the authentication parameters are configured correctly on the AP and the client. For more information on configuring authentication types on AP, refer to Configuring Authentication Types.
For information on configuring authentication parameters on the client adapter, refer to the Setting Security Parameters section of the document.
Antenna alignment directly relates to the proper LoS between the two bridges. If the antenna is not properly aligned, the RF signals cannot reach the endpoints and authentication fails. Always ensure that the antennas are properly aligned.
I am noticing this in one of my APs where I am having a lot of issues about some clients connected with old devices in 2.4GHz, having a poor quality: Interference InformationInterference Profile......................... PASSEDChannel 1..................
Is there any way to free up licences from the wlc? We have a WLC with a lot of AP's(325/325), so there is no space for new ones. Some AP's are not connected or even completely removed from use. kind regards
I have to do site survey for new building of 4000 Sq ft Need to know how many AP's are required totally and the exact place to keep the AP Is there any tool available to do site survey for AP Cisco Aironet 3702I
Hi everybodyI encountered a problem that the AP automatically dropped and the client could not connect. The AP needs to be restarted to solve the problem, but after one to two days, the same phenomenon occurs. Query the AP logs and found the following err...