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Hide SSID in AP

hi all,

sorry for a noob question, i'm still learning wireless.

i've searched cisco and CSC on how to disable broadcasting of SSID.

i have multiple SSID on my AP.

is it normal to still see the SSID on the sh dot11 bssid command even though i disabled its broadcast?

AP(config)#dot11 ssid 3333
AP(config-ssid)#no guest-mode
AP(config-ssid)#do sh dot11 bssid
Interface      BSSID         Guest  SSID
Dot11Radio0   003a.9910.xxxx  Yes  1111
Dot11Radio0   003a.9910.yyyy  Yes  2222
Dot11Radio0   003a.9910.zzzz  Yes  3333

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

You forgot your radios: 

You forgot your radios: 

 

interface dot111

 no mbssid

interface dot110

 no mbssid

end

 

Anonymous
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Leo,what happen if WLC is

Leo,

what happen if WLC is configured to broadcast those SSID's?  

Thanks,

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Hi Eric,  I don't understand

Hi Eric, 

 

I don't understand your question.  The command I've responded above is for an autonomous IOS.  Based on the "AP#" prompt, I'm suspecting John's AP is operating in autonomous. 

hi guys,thanks for your input

hi guys,

thanks for your input!

yes, it's for an autonomous wap and i've figured it out.

the command should be 'no mbssid guest-mode' under ssid subcommad:

AP(config)#dot11 ssid 3333
AP(config-ssid)#no mbssid guest-mode
 

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