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Rogue AP

The WLC2504 detects quite a few Unclassified Rogue APs. What's the best practice to handle these Rogue APs? Classify them as Malicious and contain them?

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Re: Rogue AP

I would not contain them as it does a DOS which can be illegal and also uses a percentage of the ap CPU. You can create rules to add then as friendly, etc. that's what you should do.

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Scott Fella

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Re: Rogue AP

piggy backing Scott. You should try ti determine where the AP are in relation to your network. If they belong to neighboring companies than friendly is the way to go. I'd they are in your network then you could go malicious and contain them. Just make very sure they are in your network before doing so.

Steve

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Rogue AP

What's the best practice to handle these Rogue APs? Classify them as Malicious and contain them?

In some countries, containing Rogue APs constitutes to "jamming" and because of this can be construed as illegal.

However, if in some countries, if you can prove the Rogue AP is located INSIDE your premises then ...

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