I am reposting from this forum: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=59895
Hi, I'm having problems with the Linksys WAP200. When using WPA/WPA2 Enterprise the client hangs for about 60 seconds trying to obtain an IP after successful authentication. Accesspoints from other vendors don't show this behavior.
I did a tcpdump and comapred a working accesspoint from a different vendor to the WAP200, and it seems the WAP200 is discarding the DHCP offers that are sent via unicast. When the dhcp server sends a offer via broadcast after 65 seconds, it reaches the client and all goes well.
This is clearly buggy since the accesspoint seems to be filtering out the DHCP replies, is there an option to fix this? Or any tips on keywords I could use to find some help via google?
I can't imaging I'm the only person out there using WPA/WPA2 Enterprise and DHCP?
I am having the same problem. Firmware 1.0.22.
Folks from Cisco, any chance you can confirm this? I am noticing that it is not just DHCP unicast traffic that is being dropped, but pretty much all unicast LAN traffic is not making its way to the wireless clients that are connected to the WAP200.
My setup is as follows:
Firmware: 1.0.22 (I did reset to factory defaults after installing the firmware)
Wireless Network Mode: G-only
Wireless Channel: 10 (hard-set)
Key Renewal Timeout: 99,999 seconds
CTS Protection Mode: Disabled
Power Output: 100%
Beacon Interval: 100
DTIM Interval: 1
RTS Threshold: 2347
Fragmentation Threshold: 2346
Router: RVS4000 (Firmware: 1.2.11)
P.S. Is this related to the following thread: https://www.myciscocommunity.com/message/14725