Q: What client version is required for the detection of non-leap ap's
(Tattle Tale)? when will this version be posted to CCO?
A: The client firmware that provides the LEAP "tattle tale" feature will
available in future .
The AP will receive a "Potential Rogue AP" message, which falls into "Protocol Alert" category- "Event Disposition" level for Protocol Alert would need to be set to higher level (4=notify) in order to generate SNMP traps.
For detailed information on this topic please refer the Rogue AP Detection and Mitigation Application Note which is available from the Enterprise Solutions Engineering home page, http://wwwin.cisco.com/ent/ese/ by clicking the Wireless and Design Guidance links
Where does this "client" reside on AP or only on Cisco Wireless NICs?
It appears "clients" report back to AP's and APs send SNMP trap to system to identify the rouge AP, is that right?
Well, instead of asking 10 more questions, could you please reply with another URL reference if there is one for this "Tattle Tale"? FYI, your other URL fails at this time, even though I suspect that only references the ladder items in your first response.
Anyway, thanks for anything else you can provide!!!
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