At present we have a dual stack network on a wired FLAT LAN (the WLAN shares the same Subnet/VLAN). Developers use IPv6 on the LAN mostly for testing, but at present must patch into a wired Ethernet port to use it. It would be handy for them to utilize the IPv6 network while on the WLAN.
The wireless is a single AP running the MEC software and acting as the office AP /Controller
What configuration changes must I make to allow IPv6 on the WLAN? Should it work by default?
Is there a way to enable it in the GUI? Or, must I enable in CLI?
After adding a WLC to ISE if you get the following error (See message below) after running debug aaa tacacs enable in the WLC. Incorrectly formatted authorization message Here's what you need to do to fix it. Login to ISE Work centers, Settings, Device ad...
Community Live- Understanding How Multicast Works with Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers
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New implementation for the WLC Config Analyzer. it is a new re-write of the application, with clean up and improved checks
Support for IOS...
New Version for the Wireless Lan Config Analyzer: v.4.4.14
Supports AireOS up to 8.8, any model.
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