Cisco Security Advisory: Access Point Memory Exhaustion from ARP Attacks
I recieved this Cisco Advisory e-mail today. I have 1200 access points that I upgraded yesterday to 12.3(7)JA2, in which this problem was corrected. In the advisory it states to upgrade to this software release and to make a configuration change on each radio interface. I made this change on Dot11Radio0 interface and it took. I have 2 more interfaces ( Dot11Radio0.2 and Dot11Radio0.75) in which I get an error when I try to make this configuration change. I don't quite understand these interfaces, so I would like to know if I really need to make this change on the other 2 interfaces or is making the change on the 1st one enough. Any information is certainly appreciated. Thanks, Laurie Coles
Re: Cisco Security Advisory: Access Point Memory Exhaustion from
The issue may be due to the access list configured in the device. If the memory usage is greater than the memory available, the user can disable the ACL feature so that memory exhaustion does not occur, but the acceleration of the ACLs is not then enabled.
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