I have set up my access point (Cisco Aironet 1200) by assigning IP address, SM, DG, DNS. I have also setup my Wireless Client LAN adapater card with its own IP Address, SM (Same as access point),DG (Same as access point), DNS (Same as access point). I am getting the connection signal on my Laptop but I can not browse. I checked on the ADU utility (Installed on Laptop)and all the tests are OK (Meaning all the connections are OK). When I check on the management tool for the access point (Using my browse) I found this error message: Interface Dot11Radio0, Deauthenticating Station 0040.96ad.3676 Reason: Disassociated because sending station is leaving (or has left) BSS
Please help. How can I resolve this problem
Are you using any security wep wpa?
I have seen this error when I had a Netgear client adapter the two do not get along. So if you do not have a client adapter that is Cisco based like Linksys etc, then that could be why. The only way to fix was to boot the AP and then it would just run through that same error five to ten minutes later.
The adapter I am using is the Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g WIRELESS ADAPTER. Could it also be a problem of some interference ?
I'm sorry I should have been more clear-
Did you try to ping it from the wired side?
If you cannot ping from the wired side, you haven't even made it to the radio yet to have interference.
Once you have tracked down this issue and are able to ping from the wired side, then see if you associate (layer 2) and authenticate (layer 3).
let us know how far you get
I am able to ping from the wired side. Can you please advise the instructions on how to associate (layer 2) and authenticate (layer 3)
association to the AP occurs at layer 2 of the OSI. This is the ssid. The ssid on the radio and the client card need to match. Then authentication ( wep, wpa-psk, whatever)occurs at layer 3.
First I would remove all security from both and set it up default to see if you can connect with just an ssid and no security.
basically you start over from zero and build it back up until it either breaks again or you are successful.
I removed all the security from both. I still cant browse. The Link quality is showing as Excellent and the connection status shows the SSID, Access point name and the Access Point IP Address. The current Receive/Transmit Rate 54.o Mbps
Ok this is kind of thin but here goes...
Can you browse from the Wired side? If not console in and look for 'no http server' or something like that towards the end of the config. This effectively shuts down http and wont let you browse.
basically type the command in without the 'no' and save it and then see what happens
No I can not browse on the wired side
Please confirm that I do the following:
1. Connect the AP to Laptop (Console port)
2. Connect using HyperTerminal
3. Type on Command prompt:
ip http server
copy run start
actually first type in
and then see if you find
no ip http server
down towards the end of the config...
if it is there then by all means proceed.
I can not execute the command SHOW RUN. The only parameters for the SHOW command are:
aaa Show AAA val
auto Show Automation Template
call Show call
caller Display information about dialup connections
cca CCA information
class-map Show QoS Class Map
clock Display the system clock
controllers Interface controller status
crypto Encryption module
dampening Display dampening information
dot11 IEEE 802.11 show information
event-manager Event manager information
exception exception information
flash: display information about flash: file system
hardware Hardware specific information
history Display the session command history
hosts IP domain-name, lookup style, nameservers, and host table
iapp DDP IAPP
inventory Show the physical inventory
ip IP information
led LED functions
location Display the system location
login Display Secure Login Configurations and State
memory Memory statistics
policy-map Show QoS Policy Map
radius Shows radius information
sessions Information about Telnet connections
snmp snmp statistics
ssh Status of SSH server connections
ssl Show SSL command
table-map Show Table Map
tacacs Shows tacacs+ server statistics
template Template information
terminal Display terminal configuration parameters
time-range Time range
users Display information about terminal lines
version System hardware and software status
You can get to a config prompt (config #)and change the config, but you can't see the config.
Hmmm. Sounds like your boned until you can get the config.
Or you can type the command in anyway and see what happens...don't forget to save it if you do
I executed the command: copy run start and I am now prompted for:
Destination filename [startup-config]?
What should I type ?