I am new to LEAP, and don't know what to expect. How long is LEAP supposed to take to authenticate? It takes about a minute the first time I connect after rebooting.
I run 12.01(T1) on a 1200AP, an Aironet 350 card, the latest release of the client software, driver, and firmware, and CiscoSecure ACS 3.1 using only Windows NT authentication as an external database, and in fact, I only authenticate against a single domain, which the ACS server is a member of. Other authentications against this RADIUS server (i.e. my VPN concentrator) don't take long.
Here's what my client status windows gives:
Status: Starting LEAP Authentication (this take about 1 minute)
Status: Obtaining IP Address (couple seconds)
Status: Finding Domain Controller (This takes anywhere from 5 - 30 seconds, but the strange thing is that I have access to the network while this is happening).
Does anyone have a clue why the first phase takes a minute, and the last phase looks for a domain controller after I already get access?
Well, I solved the problem yesterday. Since I configured LEAP I never rebooted my ACS server (I did start/stop services several times). But since the reboot everything is smooth. FYI, I am running the lastest ACS 3.1 on a Win2k box.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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