We have been doing some testing and we are unable to see if rogues are on wire. I have a rogue plugged in to the network sitting on my desk plugged in to the ethernet cable that typically goes into my laptop and it will not be seen as on-wire.
I do see it as a Rogue, but not an on-wire rogue. I have got it to discover one on-wire rogue by issuing the following command:
config wps rogue-ap rldp initiate/enable <Rogue-ap MAC Address>
When I try to do this with the current Linksys WRT54G test Rogue I get the following error:
RLDP not supported for this rogue-ap entry
The rogue that I finally (After 3 days on wire) got to be discovered as on-wire was a defaulted Linksys WRT54G and my current rogue that I cannot get discovered is locked down pretty well.
It is configured to:
1. Not broadcast SSID
2. WEP Encrypted
3. Not issue DHCP addresses
Does anyone have any ideas as to what I may be doing wrong?