I have an off-site location that has a DSL 5 meg pipe to it (5M down, 512K up) and I have a site to site VPN tunnel going across that link. I am having trouble getting one Airespace 1030 REAP AP to connect back to the controller over the VPN tunnel. I got the REAP AP to see the controller by plugging it in locally at my main site, but when I take it down to my remote site, it will not connect to the controller. I didn't know if the VPN tunnel can support the LWAPP traffic. Is anyone else doing this? Thanks for any help in advance.
I ran across the same problem and it turned out to be a bug. The JOIN message from the AP was being fragmented (into three packets) and not properly understood by the controller, resulting in the controller claiming the AP had an invalid cert. If you're using IPsec for the tunnel, add this to the interface on the remote router that contains the crypto map:
You are the man! Thanks for the heads up on the bug. We are running the latest version so you're right, the bug still exists. We will try this tomorrow and see if we can get everything working like it should.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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