This may be a dumb question, but I would like someone else to confirm that the lightweight APs who are connected to a WLC cannot have individual "allowances" made. For instance, I cannot implement MAC restrictions on one AP in a given area versus the entire wireless domain (across all APs). Right?
If you want a different security method for a particular AP you'd need to create a new WLAN and configure MAC restrictions on it. Then you could apply the new WLAN to the AP in question and no others using the 'WLAN Override' feature.
Thanks Scott for even taking the time. It is appreciated!
I created a WLAN for deployment to a specific AP but cannot find this WLAN Override feature. Could you specify where and how this would be configured. I have WLC 4402 LAN controllers with S/W :188.8.131.52.
You have to click on the wireless tab on your wlc. Then click on 802.11a/n and select the ap and click configure. It will be located on the bottom left side of the page. You will also have to set it for 802.11b/g/n.
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