A customer of mine have previously had 2 AP1242 set up as root-AP and then an additional AP1252 set up as WGB onboard a (very slow) moving vehicle. This has worked very good.
On the vehicle there is 1 "real" PC and 3-4 additional PLCs or such "dumb" equipments with an static IP-address each. All equipment on the vehicle is connected to an unmanaged Layer2-switch.
Now they have extended the WLAN-installation, and replacing the 2 old and added 5 new APs (all lightweight) and a WLC. The vehicle-WGB is also replaced. All new APs and the new WGB is AP2602 and the WLC is a 2504.
After installing the new CAP2602, the WLC2504 ande the new WGB AP2602 on the vehicle only the "real" PC can access the network not any of the "dumb" equipment..... On the WLC the WGB shos up as it should but we do not see any wired clients behind it.
- The SSID name and security settings are identical between the old root-APs and the WLC
- The configuration of the old WGB (AP1252) and the new WGB (AP2602) are identical (except for version-specific syntax ...)
Any ideas of what to do??? I attach the config of the old and new WGB and the old root-APs
Since the remote access to the customer crashed the day before yesterday (their baby, not mine) we did a lot of mailing and telephoning...
This was one of the first questions I asked and wanted him to check but appareantly it got lost in the shuffle. When I asked again this morning, he checked and tadaaa.... the checkbox was empty. A couple of mouse-clicks later everything was up and running as should.
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Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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