Wireless: Cisco Aironet 1040 single band 802.11n (Basic configuration)

Create a SSID ap.(config)#dot11 ssid testap2 ap.(config-ssid)# Enable SSID broadcast ap.(config-ssid)#guest-mode Setting up WPA-PSK ap.(config-ssid)#authentication open ap.(config-ssid)#authentication key-management wpa ap.(config-ssid)#wpa-psk ascii cisco123 Attached radio interface to ssid ap.(config)#int dot11Radio 0 ap.(config-if)#ssid testap2 ap.(config-if)#encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm (Default cipher is aes-ccm so you have the option not to explicitly configure the cipher)


I am an OSWP

What is OSWP? OSWP stands for Offensive Security Wireless Professional, a course and certification provided by Offensive Security, the team that created the Backtrack Linux distribution. A successful certification will give you 10 cpe if you are a CISSP. You can click here for more information about OSWP. Registration Interested participants can pre-register for an … Continue reading I am an OSWP

Wireless: From Central office to Branch office over Frame relay

Introduction The enterprise has a 64kbps frame relay link that links central office and branch office together. The wireless lan controller (WLC: cisco 2125) is deployed at central office, and two lightweight access points (LAP) are deployed at branch office.(Not all configuration is configured, the main objective is to test H-REAP over a frame-relay wan … Continue reading Wireless: From Central office to Branch office over Frame relay

Wireless: Setting up H-REAP APs

About H-REAP Hybrid Remote Edge Access Point is designed for APs deploying in small branch offices, the APs in the branch offices have LWAPP path back to the central controller in central office via WAN link. Supposed there's a WAN outage, H-REAP AP will be in standalone mode providing authentication service as well as local … Continue reading Wireless: Setting up H-REAP APs

Wireless: High availability and understanding roaming

This afternoon in office my friend told me that he was successful in doing AP to AP failover... I thought, "Wow....that's great, we could not do controller to controller failover at least we can do AP to AP failover, it's still high availability and we could propose an alternative to customer." As I studied Cisco … Continue reading Wireless: High availability and understanding roaming