We have a Cisco 7920 that I can't seem to get configured to authenticate to our AP1242AG's. Everything seem to be set correctly on the 7920, but I don't even see an "authentication failed" message on the AP!! Am I missing something in configuring the AP for use with this device. We are using a radius server, and I'm not seeing a request from the 7920 there either. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.
unfortantely that's not an option right now. I'm testing the phone for a remote client. At that remote site, they have a call manager and WCS, here at corporate we don't use wireless phones. But I should be able at the very least obtain an IP address for the phone on our production wireless network, yet this is not the case.
Here at corporate we use a Radius server, and Cisco believes that may be the issue. I just got off the phone with TAC, and they stated that the Radius must have a EAP-FAST PAC for the phone to download in order to authenticate with the AP.
GOT IT!!!!! The 7920 broadcast a default username for EAP-FAST authorization. (FAST-MAC ADDRESS), this has to match the username put on the physical phone in the Network Profiles-->Custom Profile-->802.11b Config-->EAP-->username. This name must also be created in a VOIP profile on the ACS.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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