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Hello,We are planning the following scenario below:We have one major site and another acting as an internet backup.All our access points are H-REAP with local switching.All guest traffic is currently passed through on the first site.The question is: ...

Hi,I am using WLC 4404 and aps 1200 series. My problem is my wireless sometimes behaves very slow. But I can see the signal strength is okay...Sometimes wireless is okay and working find. In the middle, its working slow, but still signal strength is ...

lzakariya by Level 1
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Hi,We have a customer currently on a Cisco AP wireless solution with close to 400 Aps across 40-50 sites. They are looking to implement a wireless management solution and have a choice either to go Meraki Cloud managed or Cisco Prime plus 7500 contro...

kkhanis by Level 4
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My client would like to setup an environment that the user do not need to re-authenticate within 12 hours, even the user's PC switched off or restarted within this preiod, my client is using Web Auth + IAS radius authentication, thanks for your help!

cherrykit by Level 1
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Just looking for any suggestions.  Went to a clients office yesterday to look at his AP; the AP wouldn't boot.  We replaced the power injector with one off another AP that was working, but it still didn't boot.  I took the AP unit back to our office ...

Hi all, I am very new to wireless and I have question regarding the autonomous access pointCan we have Roaming with autonomous access points?? IF yes, what are the AP model that supports roamingAny help is much appreciated!!!

ulambaday by Level 1
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