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If the UPoE source is working in forced mode, will Cisco APs, that can use UPoE, accept power over all four pairs ?We would like to use a mid-span passive (no handshake) four pair 60W inserter. Thanks, Vic.

vrace0001 by Beginner
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Hi allWe've had quite a few problems with RRM, in particular when we've previously engaged contractors to do AP Placement designs they've failed to consider RRM. So they do their survey with test APs on static power levels, but because of RRM those p...

Hello, Just to make sure...Azimuth for this AP does not really matter, since it has an omni antenna. Is it correct??Elevation 90* up means that AP is staying on the bottom edge, 0* up means the AP is laying on it's back, right? 

I can't find the list of compatible access points with AIR-CT2504-5-K9 network controller.Are these compatible:AIR-CAP702W-x-K9 - Dual-band controller-based 802.11a/g/nAIR-CAP702I-x-K9 - Dual-band controller-based 802.11a/g/nAIR-SAP702I-x-K9 - Dual-b...

useadelhi by Beginner
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Hi All. I have configured ISE for all my wireless clients, and everything is working 100%. The client now want to connect mobile devices to the same SSID.  and get the error below. How do I stop ISE from trying to push the Policy & Agent down to the ...

jacovr by Beginner
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Hi, we are having an interesting issue, in production area, we all running 11 APs with flexconnect mode, they are in the same AP group.some of SSIDs are in local mode centrally switching, but only one SSID is flexconnect mode with local switching. Th...

Hi all,  I am wondering if the following is possible on a Cisco Mesh Network.  Existing RAP & MAPs provide SSID Kerrieswifi. The MAP access point has a switch connected. The switch has a 3500 Lightweight Access Point connected providing a new SSID ca...

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