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I've got an old Cisco 891 with two SSIDs configured. Both SSIDs are assigned to Dot11Radio0 and Dot11Radio1 Right now, it looks like Dot11Radio0 is on one channel: channel 2462and Dot11Radio1 is on a different channel:channel 5240 I'm wondering what ...

RickS03 by Level 1
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I have a cisco WLC  model AIR-CT2504-K9 on version  serving as local WLC  and anchor WLC AIR-CT5508-K9 running on version am planning to put another local WLC model AIR-CT2504-K9 version to form EOIP tunnel with this a...

Good morning,    We have a client with packet loss and delay in the wireless network. The client is near the ME AP (56 dBm aprox.) Attached is a picture with a ping to a DNS server.    Also, sometimes we get reported about client disassociation.    T...

mhernandez by Level 1
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I am trouble shooting some wireless issues. Before I make the changes I am gathering the data from the AP's I am working with. So that I have a clear and accurate account to compare with after the changes are made. That said, I am using the details f...

bret by Level 3
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Hi Tech guys,   i have 3 5520 WLC in different Locations,WLC are in Standalone deployement. Building 1 ==== WLC 5520 (20 Access point)Building 2=====WLC 5520 (20 Access point)Building 3=====WLC 5520 (20 Access point)  i have questions that if  i buy ...

Can anyone confirm if the 2802i APs support OfficeExtend (OEAP) mode? Looking at the deployment guide for the 1700/2700/3700 APs states:All the standard modes are supported:Local modeFlex ModeOEAP Modehttps://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/te...

llo everybody,Please see file attachedI am trying to setup a wifi network but I have been struggling to get it working.I am not sure how to interconnect the hardware so I made a drawing to illustrate what I have and what I want to do.I have a Meraki ...

Tazio4436 by Level 1
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