Cisco ISR Configuration Manual

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Pages 188 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
Category Wireless Access Point

Table of Contents

  • Preface

    9
  • Organization

    10
  • Related Publications

    12
  • Obtaining Documentation

    13
  • Product Documentation DVD

    14
  • Cisco Product Security Overview

    15
  • Obtaining Technical Assistance

    16
  • Definitions of Service Request Severity

    17
  • Chapter 1 Overview

    20
  • Features

    21
  • Configuring radio settings

    25
  • Chapter 2 Configuring Radio Setting

    26
  • Configuring Network or Fallback Role

    27
  • Bridge Features Not Supported

    28
  • Universal Client Mode

    31
  • Configuring Radio Data Rates

    34
  • Configuring Radio Transmit Power

    36
  • Limiting the Power Level for Associated Client Devices

    37
  • Configuring Radio Channel Settings

    38
  • DFS Automatically Enabled on Some 5-GHz Radio Channels

    43
  • Enabling and Disabling World Mode

    44
  • Enabling and Disabling Short Radio Preambles

    45
  • Configuring Transmit and Receive Antennas

    46
  • Disabling and Enabling Access Point Extensions

    47
  • Enabling and Disabling Reliable Multicast to Workgroup Bridges

    48
  • Enabling and Disabling Public Secure Packet Forwarding

    49
  • Configuring Protected Ports

    50
  • Configuring RTS Threshold and Retries

    51
  • Configuring Fragmentation Threshold

    52
  • Performing a Carrier Busy Test

    53
  • Configuring multiple ssids

    55
  • Chapter 3 Configuring Multiple SSID

    56
  • Configuring Multiple SSIDs

    57
  • Using a RADIUS Server to Restrict SSIDs

    59
  • Configuring Multiple Basic SSIDs

    60
  • Enabling MBSSID and SSIDL at the same time

    61
  • Sample Configuration for Enabling MBSSID and SSIDL

    62
  • C H A P T E R 4 Configuring an Access Point as a Local Authenticator

    66
  • Configure a Local Authenticator

    67
  • Configuring Other Access Points to Use the Local Authenticator

    72
  • Configuring EAP-FAST Settings

    73
  • Configuring an authority id

    74
  • Limiting the Local Authenticator to One Authentication Type

    75
  • Using Debug Messages

    76
  • C H A P T E R 5 Configuring Encryption Types

    78
  • Configure Encryption Types

    79
  • Wep key restrictions

    80
  • Creating Cipher Suites

    81
  • Enabling and Disabling Broadcast Key Rotation

    83
  • Security Type in Universal Client Mode

    84
  • Understand Authentication Types

    89
  • Open Authentication to Access Point

    90
  • Shared Key Authentication to Access Point

    91
  • EAP Authentication to Network

    92
  • MAC Address Authentication to the Network

    93
  • Combining MAC-Based, EAP, and Open Authentication

    94
  • Software and Firmware Requirements for WPA and WPA-TKIP

    96
  • Configure Authentication Types

    97
  • Configuring wpa migration mode

    100
  • Configuring mac authentication caching

    102
  • Configuring Authentication Holdoffs, Timeouts, and Intervals

    103
  • Matching Access Point and Client Device Authentication Types

    104
  • Configuring radius servers

    107
  • Chapter 7 Configuring RADIU Server

    108
  • Configuring and Enabling RADIUS

    109
  • Configuring RADIUS

    110
  • Chapter

    111
  • Configuring radius login authentication

    113
  • Defining aaa server groups

    115
  • Configuring wispr radius attributes

    122
  • Displaying the radius configuration

    123
  • Understanding VLANs

    127
  • Understanding vlans

    128
  • Related Documents

    129
  • Incorporating Wireless Devices into VLANs

    130
  • Configuring a VLAN

    131
  • Assigning Names to VLANs

    133
  • Viewing VLANs Configured on the Access Point

    134
  • VLAN Configuration Example

    135
  • Configuring QoS

    139
  • Understanding QoS for Wireless LANs

    140
  • Precedence of QoS Settings

    141
  • Using Wi-Fi Multimedia Mode

    142
  • Configuration Guidelines

    143
  • Disabling IGMP Snooping Helper

    144
  • Channel Settings

    145
  • IEEE 802.11g (2.4-GHz Band)

    146
  • Protocol Filters

    149
  • Supported MIBs

    155
  • Using FTP to Access the MIB Files

    156
  • Error and Event Messages

    157
  • Association management messages

    158
  • Subsystem messages

    159
  • Local authenticator messages

    168
  • L o s s a r y

    169

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