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rogue APs

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Jul 2nd, 2012
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I have several locations where I have 2-3 APs and they are both picking up 20-25 rogue APs. As I understand it they are just listening to these guys and informing me of there presence. I have labled a few of these rogue APs, but more pop up every week. My question is this: does labeling these rogue APs do anything for the performance of my APs?

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Correct Answer by Saravanan Lakshmanan about 5 years 1 month ago

No.

Rogue detection happens passively if the rogue detection enabled on the advanced tab of AP. there is a limit for each WLC platform like how many they can detect and keep it in their database.

Client disruptions happens if the AP does RLDP, Rogue containment.

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Saravanan Lakshmanan Mon, 07/02/2012 - 13:19
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No.

Rogue detection happens passively if the rogue detection enabled on the advanced tab of AP. there is a limit for each WLC platform like how many they can detect and keep it in their database.

Client disruptions happens if the AP does RLDP, Rogue containment.

maldehne Mon, 07/02/2012 - 23:29
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IF RLDP is enabled the AP will try to connect to the rouge as client which causes service disruption.

Make sure that it is disabled.

Amjad Abdullah Tue, 07/03/2012 - 01:25
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Tom:

What do you exactly mean by "labeling" the rogue APs?

Thomas Ley Tue, 07/03/2012 - 05:38
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I guess I mean Tag the rogue as MaIicious or friendly,?

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