I'm struggling with a bunch of Symbol (Motorola) WT4090 scanners that don't seem to roam properly. WiSM shows them as CCX not supported. Cisco shows this dvice as CCX compliant but Motorola says they chose not to become CCX compliant but rather hardcode the EAP key index value at 3 from default 0.
"There is a known issue (to Cisco support engineering); Motorola (Symbol) marketing chose not to become CCX compliant and instead decided to reengineer the radio driver supplicant code to support EAP key index 3; this code value became standard within the supplicant portion of the driver. When these terminals were integrated to the latest Cisco WLC operating on firmware version 4.x.xxx, the controller configuration was required for change to the EAP key index value from 0 (default) to 3."
If I understand this correctly, clients must re-authenticate each time they associate to a different LWAP. Is this true?
802.1x+CCKM AES only.
Clients are configured to use PEAP MS-CHAP v2.
Is there any way to get these things to do fast, secure, seamless roaming? They're riding around on forklifts in a warehouse.