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3270 wireless configuration

Hi all,

         I am trying to configue the 3270 rugged router, we have 4 rugged router and we need to configure into mesh network using 4.9 ghz and 2.4 ghz for clients.can any help me in this.

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Cisco Employee

Re: 3270 wireless configuration

Hi Chanduri,

How far did you go on this so far?

Can you clarify a bit more your doubts so we can help?

Thanks

Serge

New Member

Re: 3270 wireless configuration

Hi,

    I stuck up in starch, see i configured (DOT1 radio 0 ) with ip address and ssid and role as access point. But ssid is not broadcasting. These is only for 2.4 ghz antenna which customer wants clients to connect.

   They have 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz antennas, they need 2.4ghz for clients and 5ghz for mesh ( totally they have 4 mobile router kept in a lab

). how to configure these routers.

Cisco Employee

Re: 3270 wireless configuration

1- you need to understand how your WMIC are connected to the MARC or the FESMIC, do a show cdp nei

on the marc to know where each wmic is connected internally.

2- configuration needed on the 2.4 ghz WMIC, let's start with an open ssid

dot11 ssid ssidname

authentication open

guest-mode

int do0

ssid ssidname

int bvi 1

ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x

int do 0

no shut

channel 11

station-role root

end

sh ip int br

you should have the radio up and running

3-WMIC 5Ghz configuration

dot11 ssid backhaulssidname

authentication open

guest-mode

infrastructure-client

int do0

ssid backhaulssidname

int bvi 1

ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x

int do 0

no shut

station-role root bridge OR station-role non root bridge

4- then continue with with marc and fesmic configuration by creating vlan  interfaces, assigning correct vlans and trunks on switchports and so  on...

hope this helps you to start up

Serge

New Member

Re: 3270 wireless configuration

Hi Sysasmine,

thank you .. i configured the as you guided.

But one thing what ever mesh i configured its look like point to multipoint. if root bridge fails other non-root radio goes dowm. its single point failover. customer need fully mesh how to achieve that.

thank you in advance.

Thanks and Regards,

Chandrasekar.J

Network Engineer-Bangalore

Locuz Enterprise Solutions Ltd. {An ISO 9001:2000 company} 2nd Floor Alfa Center, No. 20 Venugopal Swamy Layout, Koramangala Inner Ring Road

Phone: +91 (080)- 41314747 | Mobile: 98860057600 | Fax: 91 -080-41314748 |http://www.locuz.com

Cisco Employee

Re: 3270 wireless configuration

Dear Chandru,

Glad to help.

On the Non-Root-Bridge, You can use the "parent" command to specify which Root the Non-Root should go to, as well as a Parent timeout in seconds.

IOSAP1(config-if)#parent ?
  <1-4>    Parent number
  timeout  Time in seconds to look for parent

Use parent Interface Dot11Radio 1 physical Radio mac Address.

Example:

IOSAP1(config-if)#parent 1 0021.0021.0021
IOSAP1(config-if)#parent 2 0021.0022.0022
IOSAP1(config-if)#parent timeout 3

This will ensure desired convergance for your Non-Root to Root association schema, as well as failover.

Hope this helps.

Serge

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