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AP350 configuration via SNMP

I'd like to configure my AP350 via SNMP. In particular I need to configure on the AP a RADIUS server for athentication.

Does anyone know which are the MIBs to use to enable and disable the use of the RADIUS server?

Thanks in advance for your time.

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Bronze

Re: AP350 configuration via SNMP

You can only monitor the AP or upgrade firmware with SNMP. You can not make any configuration changes.

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Re: AP350 configuration via SNMP

Hi !

in br340v8_80.mib wrote:

cfgRegNvTabBkbnDst OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER {

off(1),

discard(2),

forward(3)

}

ACCESS read-write

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"If set to off, filtering/forwarding will be determined by

the equivalent setting in the filter defaults. Otherwise

the variable determines whether those packets from the

backbone LAN, whose destination address this entry

will be discarded or forwarded.

On the 610 this is only valid for multicast entries. On a 620

this is valid for all entries."

::= { cfgRegNvTableEntry 4 }

cfgRegNvTabRadDst OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER {

off(1),

discard(2),

forward(3)

}

ACCESS read-write

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"If set to off, filtering/forwarding will be determined by

the equivalent setting in the filter defaults. Otherwise

the variable determines whether those packets from the

radio, whose destination address matches this entry

will be discarded or forwarded.

On the 610 this is only valid for multicast entries. On a 620

this is valid for all entries."

::= { cfgRegNvTableEntry 5 }

therefore in particular filters can change via SNMP!

Bronze

Re: AP350 configuration via SNMP

Hello,

You are looking for awcAaaServerProtocol object in awcVx MIB.

awcAaaServerProtocol OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER {radius(1), tacacsPlus(2)}

MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS current

DESCRIPTION

"The protocol used to communicate with the AAA server."

::= { awcAaaServerEntry 2 }

You may download the MIB from CCO.

http://www.cisco.com/kobayashi/sw-center/sw-wireless.shtml

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