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Cisco 881W Guest Wireless Password exparation

Hello All,

I was wondering if there was a setting or a command that will allow me to set the guest wireless password to expire? Right now I have it set to broadcast guest wireless but would like to know if there was an option to make it expire after 30 days or so.

here is what I currently have configured

dot11 ssid 881W_Guest

vlan 41

max-associations 1

authentication open

authentication key-management wpa

mbssid guest-mode

wpa-psk ascii 7 001242365416542312402125

interface Dot11Radio0

no ip address

no ip route-cache

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encryption vlan 1 mode ciphers aes-ccm tkip wep128

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encryption vlan 41 mode ciphers tkip

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broadcast-key vlan 1 change 30

!

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ssid 881W_Guest

!

ssid 881W_LAN

!

antenna gain 0

mbssid

station-role root

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only if you somehow tied it to your AD/LDAP, and used those policies

HTH,
Steve

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Not for a PSK there isn't.  You would need to manually change it in 30 days, or have a script do it.

HTH,
Steve

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So there is no functionallity on this device even if I use diffrent authentication Protocol?

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only if you somehow tied it to your AD/LDAP, and used those policies

HTH,
Steve

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