disabling Access Point

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Jun 17th, 2008
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On my WLC that is Anchor (master) , i want that any access point can't register on. The registration of the access point must be disabled.

It is possible to do?


thanks for your help


fcostalunga

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jeromehenry_2 Tue, 06/17/2008 - 06:09
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Yes,

Go to security, enable AP authorization list, and enter the MAC addresses of the APs allowed on this controller. The other APs (not listed) will not be able to register to this controller.

Hope it helps


Jerome

fcostalunga Tue, 06/17/2008 - 07:09
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i don't find this menu in the GUI (authorization list)

can you send me the CLI.


On the GUI , there are:


Security

--- AAA

General

RADIUS

Authentication

Accounting

--- TACACS+

Authentication

Accounting

Authorization

LDAP

Local Net Users

MAC Filtering

Disabled Clients

User Login Policies

AP Policies

--- Local EAP

General

Profiles

EAP-FAST Parameters

Authentication Priority

Priority Order

Management User

---- Access Control Lists

Access Control Lists

CPU Access Control Lists

--- Wireless Protection Policies

Trusted AP Policies

Rogue Policies

Standard Signatures

Custom Signatures

Signature Events Summary

Client Exclusion Policies

AP Authentication / MFP

Management Frame Protection

--- Web Auth

Web Login Page

Certificate

--- Advanced



this is the menu, but the Access control list not work how to explain me.


thanks for your help


fcostalunga


jeromehenry_2 Tue, 06/17/2008 - 08:05
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In the GUI, go to Security > AP Policies, click Add to trigger the AP policies and add a new access point MAC address.

From the CLI:

config auth-list ap-policy authorize-ap enable

then

config auth-list add mic (suposing your AP has a MIC and not SSC).

Hope it helps

J

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