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Aironet Configuration

I am completely new to using Cicsco Aironet products, we deploy 2-3 of these products per site 12 sites and counting. I noticed there is a config file I can download on Aironets that are already setup at sites, they are different models 1100, 1200 et...

ddrolsum1 by Beginner
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Resolved! New Air-Cap3502e Access Point

Hello! I am trying to add a new Access Point to an existing 5508 Wi-Fi controller.  The instructions in the Cisco materials say just to have the controller set to "Master," which I did, then plug the AP into the network switch - and of course the swi...

Resolved! LAP1142N-E-K9 does not join WLC 4402

Hello Cisco-experts,we would like to deploy several Cisco LAP1142N, but the brandnew devices do not joint the WLC.The WLC is a 4402 SW-Version LAP is showing 12.4(23c)JA2   flash:/c1140-k9w8-mx.124-23c.JA2/c1140-k9w8-mx.124-23c.JA2We use...

Cisco Access Point

Hi Everybody            I have an problem about 1 Cisco Access Point didn't join Wireless Controller. I try to plug console on Access point but it Show error like            " * onenand_16x_read_sector failure sector: 0x00000040, spare: 0x00000047Fla...

WLC EoIP tunnel QoS

Hello,We have WLC anchor at main site DMZ zone having an EoIP tunnel with remote site WLC over the WAN network. DHCP server is in the main site which is used by all the remote site WiFi Clients via EoIP tunnel over the WAN.Would the DHCP packets from...

pradeepser by Beginner
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N+1 2504 WLC Failover test

Hi all, I have a question about N+1 2504 failover testI Already config Primary and Secondary WLC. I test by shutdown the switch interface that connect to primary WLC, after that all AP can register with secondary WLC but when I tried to connect my La...

Cisco WLC Controler 3750 switch

We have two switches 3750 each supports 25 AP WLC software is version Lately we have discovered about 100 Rogue AP that we are making them Malicious Rogue APs is this enough to contain them and making them not affecting our wireless network...

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