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Cisco WLC 2106 Issues

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I have to problems regarding to Cisco WLC; the first one how to make Guest user in WLC 2106 login to wireless LAN using user name and password? the second question I have  WLC 2106 and 4 Lightweight access point cisco 1100 series; three of them registered but still one of them switching between registered and unregistered  in WLC every 1 minute; how can I fix this?
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by:Craig Beck
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To make a guest user log in using Username/Password you need to create an SSID which uses the Layer3 / Web-Authentication method.

Plug the failing AP into a port where one of the other APs was connected and see if it works then.
Also, try installing the LWAPP recovery image on it and try joining to the controller again.
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Thank you craigbeck
the first issue solved by local web authentication in WLC, but the mistake that I did; configuring Proxy in Client computers, the problem solved when I remove proxy from client computers.

Regarding to second Issue; it was cabling issue, the problem was the port that AP connect to it

thank you very much
 
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Thank you very much for helping
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