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AP 1242 shows WLC's management ip as it's own ip address

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Jul 15th, 2012
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Dear All,


              we are using wism 4404 code 4.2 , we are using this old code becuase of 1250 mesh APs, now when a user connect to our network and he is using intel proset software he can see details of our AP, like mac, type and AP ip address 9 which in this case it the controllers ip address) is there a way we can prevent the ap from showing it?...we will be doing an upgrade to 7.0.230 soon. will the upgrade takes care of this problem or there is a way to fix it.


thanks a lot you guys

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Scott Fella Sun, 07/15/2012 - 10:37
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Disable aironet ie in the WLAN SSID advanced tab. That should do it.


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Leo Laohoo Sun, 07/15/2012 - 15:14
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we will be doing an upgrade to 7.0.230 soon.

Go to 7.0.235.0 instead.

Sufian allan Sun, 07/15/2012 - 21:35
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Thanks guys for the quick reply,


i disabled the Aironet IE for the ssid, and only the AP name disappeard but not the IP address, also we have a teat controller that runs code 7.0.230 and its doing the same thing, were i can see the ip address , but not the AP name.


any fix for this.?



Thanks and regards.

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