mhuaynate Thu, 05/14/2009 - 12:48

thank for you information, but I have a problem. When i try to connect to the SSID, I cant. I associated the ssid with specific vlan. I cant connect to the SSID

Leo Laohoo Thu, 05/14/2009 - 15:58

Disable all authentication to your AP and let your PC/Laptop associate to it. Once this is possible, then you start adding some configuration such as Authentication.

George Stefanick Thu, 05/14/2009 - 19:47

Leo ~ 5 stars ! This is the best way to apply security when doing wireless in my humble opinion. There are some many factors when doing wireless security and start off easy and start adding on layers. And just the reverse when you have issues, take layers off...

mhuaynate Fri, 05/15/2009 - 06:24

thank for your help, I found the mistake, firts I created the vlan, second I created the SSID an asoociated one vlan with one SSID, but there is a potion Network ID,I think that was the problem, because when I Disable this option, I could connect to the SSID.

Example 1:

SSID: pisos SSID: oficina

Vlan: 10 Vlan: 20

Network ID: 10 Network ID: 20

Example 2:

SSID: pisos SSID: oficina

Vlan: 10 Vlan: 20

In the first example I cant connect and the second examle I can connect.

Now I want to kown in what situacion I have to put the Network ID.

I going to found out in the Cisco documentation.




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