From global config. mode, when I create an ssid called "nuaWirelessN", it doesn't take me into the ssid sub interface. When I type in "nuaWireless" it does take me into the ssid sub interface config. Anyone know why that "N" messes things up?
Also, if I may add. When I do:
(config) ssid nuaWireless
It doesn't list any commands, but it allows me to type in commands such as "vlan" or "guest-mode".
It doesn't list all the ssid interface commands as if I were to just create the SSID from config mode by typing:
(config) dot11 ssid nuaWireless
I do notice that when I do this, the prompt changes to
(config-ssid) as opposed to (if-config-ssid)
What's the difference?
I have no idea. Maybe it's a glitch with your IOS, because my AP does nothing when I just type "ssid" into the global command line. Either that or it's a new command that has no features yet, or something?
Strange issue, haha. That sure didn't help you figure things out.
The configuration for creating an SSID should be:
dot11 ssid nuaWirelessN
'ssid nuaWirelessN' would be the command for placing the SSID onto the radio interface. Maybe you're just missing the 'dot11'?