testing rouge detection 802.11N is under the radar of the wireless network
I was testing rouge detection and port location. My rouge is a new 802.11N Linksys home AP. The AP is up on the network and I have a laptop connected and using the AP.
The lwap AP's within the vacinity have yet to see it and identify the device. The APs on the lwap side are 1252's and they are all fully functional. 126.96.36.199 is the code that is in place right now. Our scheduled upgrade to 5.2 is weeks away.
WCS has yet to report this rouge on the network nor the fact that it is also on the wired network as well. Has anyone else seen this ? This is a big concern from two fronts. State office locations using these devices and the fact that they can't be identified.
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