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Problems upgrading 1131 WAPs to 2602 WAPs

We are trying to upgrade our 1131 WAPs to the newer 2602 WAPs and with the older 1131 WAPs we used the NetGear WNCE2001 wireless controller for our old DOS PCs and they work pretty good. But now with the newer 2602 WAPs the NetGear WNCE2001 WLC device will authenticate and it looks good but when we try to get the DOS PC up and running it fails. We use 3c509 NICs in the DOS PCs.

The error mesage in our syslog is:


#DTL-4-ARP_ORPHANPKT_DETECTED: dtl_net.c:2662 STA(Target MAC Address) [e0:46:9a:2e:9e:3a,] ARP (op ARP REQUEST) received with invalid SPA(Source IP Address) IP Address)


The MAC address e0:46:9a:2e:9e:3a is the NetGear WNCE2001 WLC along with the IP address

And the IP address is the DOS PC that is connected to the NetGear WLC.

I'm sure there are a lot of differences between the Cisco 1131 WAPs and the newer 2602 WAPs but why won't the newer 2602 WAPs pass the traffic of the device connected to the NetGear WLC?

Oh, and yes we use the Cisco 2504 WLC for these 2602 WAPs, and we have set up a SSID just for the DOS PC and we are using WPA2-PSK. On the older 1131 WAPs we were only using WEP.



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Problems upgrading 1131 WAPs to 2602 WAPs

Hi Steven,

If you put 1131 in place of a 2602 with WPA2-PSK does this work ? If it is we know it is not with the Auth/Encryption change you made cause this.

Also are you assign static IP addresses for PC & NetGear converter or are they dynamically taking those IP ?



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Problems upgrading 1131 WAPs to 2602 WAPs

For the IP addresses we have the NetGear WLC set up with a DHCP reservation and the PCs I have use both DHCP and static but both have the problem.

I have not tried the 1131 with WPA-PSK, that we be a little to much work right now.

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I'm having the exact same

I'm having the exact same problem, but with 3602s.  In my case, I've set the security to none and use MAC filtering via ISE.  I can see the netgear wnce2001 authenticate with no problems and get an IP address from DHCP.  I can also see it associated to the WLC and I can ping it for about 30 seconds.  The WLAN light never comes on and eventually, the LAN light will go off and then come back on and at this point, it's no longer associated to the WLC and I can't ping it.

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