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I need to be able to reset a Motorola (Brocade) AP 650 Access point back to factory defaults. I've tried the Motorola AP Discovery Tool, and it has errors and does not work. Any ideas would be helpful. Only have to support these APs for about 1 more year. I do NOT know the IP address of the AP's but I do know the zero config for layer 2.

Again any ideas would be helpful. Thank you

MC
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How to make  Wifi work in windows server 2012 R2 My Pc is laptop ASUS N82JV
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Strange issue... I bought an LG Smart TV a few months ago, running WebOS3.  It's been running with no issues since I hooked it up.
Today I finally got around to hooking up their "SmartShare" to stream all the vid content from a PC (the TV itself has virtually no onboard storage).
Just had to install their SmartShare app on the PC (which is running Win10 Pro), and the TV finds it.
But as soon as I start playing a video, it will last about 2-3 minutes, and the take down my entire wireless network....  and I have to power off the router to get it operational again.

No idea where to even start looking.  Any ideas?
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Hi , I've got a cisco aironet AP AIR-AP2892E that has 4 ports for antenna to be connected too. till not this has all been individual antenna so it was nice and straightforward. however i now have a directional antenna which i need to get installed.

The antenna is an AIR-ant2566P4W-R which has 4 cables runs from it. what im not sure about is does it matter which port these are connected too on the AP or can any cable go to any port there is no guidance within the product on this .

regards
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Client has just traded in their BMW.  Their iPhone was paired with the car by Bluetooth.

How do we make sure that all the private data, contact information, navigation history, is securely removed from the car?


Thanks.
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A client has been given a quote by an AV company that includes Araknis High Power Wireless Access Points.   These seem to retail for $420.00 each.

When Araknis claims "High Power", is their wireless signal any stronger than, let's say, an Apple Airport Extreme, or Eero WiFi?

I assume that they are offering something for the money, I'm just not sure what.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that 802.11 n and a devices are restricted in power, which enables them to be installed without any permits, etc.

Thanks.
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Router wired to computer nic
Wireless card in computer to communicate with 2  gopros to stream live feed to internet........

can the cameras talk to wireless card w/o ssid... or can create fake "ssid" for cameras and wireless to communicate on .....
Or maybe I am over complicating and should configure router ssid and have cameras talk to server through router and not directly to computer wireless nic......

Was thinking 2 cameras talk wirelessly to wireless card of computer (10.0.0.0) route traffic through wired nic (192.168.69.0) to router - streaming to internet......

Feel like Alice and the Looking Glass.
Sorry for dumb question, just need to bounce this off another geek.  Just feel like there is a piece missing in thought process.

Thanks
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Hello,
I have a customer that wants to extend their wifi network connection to various houses on their land. Each house is about 50 to 80 ft apart. they are using linksys wrt54g routers and repeating their wireless signal from one house to another. so from left to right at-least four houses using wrt54g in each house repeating the ssid. They keep telling me I didn't set it up correctly because they cannot get signal at the last house. I did mention to dig cable not an option and I am not sure how to tell them that the device is obsolete and repeaters through walls and repeating 2500 plus yds wont work unless we dig one cable to center house form first house with router. I just need some words or ideas to inform them that it will not work in easy to understand terms. My explenation of obsolete device, weak frequency channel, this walls and distance is not clear enough I guess. I am not sure anybody has been through this, but i just need some advise on how to inform the customer that the only option is to order more dsl service to their guest houses or dig cable. Also, am i correct for telling them that the devices are old and not reliable? I am installed dd-wrt firmware. I hope this makes sense. thanks for any suggestions
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I forgot the password to the software .

how do I reset it. ?
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There are two sets of Sonos one on the main network and anther on the guest network.

Do I need to get anther bridge/ adapter for the guest network ? the main has one.
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I need a good outdoor wireless access point, that's easy to install , and fast.

What do you recommend. ?

budget - up to $200-$250
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What is the earliest wireless controller code which will support the new Cisco 3800 series access points.
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Hello Experts, I need some assistance since I'm not that familiar with SonicWall

I have a TZ215 FW with both, LAN and WLAN active configurations, I upgraded my ISP BW from 10Mbps to 20Mbps (cable provider) and just realized that everything connected to the LAN interfaces on my sonicwall (X0) are getting the full 20Mbps (or really near with speedtest.net) but all my wireless clients only get up to 10Mbps...

Does anyone has any idea of what is going on here?

Thanks for your support
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Anyone has preferences and why?  Would it make sense to go with Cisco WAP Aironet, etc,   if the rest of the devices are Cisco.  Switches, routers, etc.
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Looking for some guidance on this.

One of our customers has an ADTRAN Bluesocket WiFi device set up for wireless in a school.

Currently the users have to be manually added to the ADTRAN so that they can have WiFi access.

I'd like to be able to integrate the ADTRAN with AD so that users in a specific OU or OUs can have WiFi access.

I'm looking at the Bluesocket Admin Guide on pages 107 - 111.

https://supportforums.adtran.com/docs/DOC-5271

Is this what I'm looking for, or am I off base?

If I'm not looking in the right place, I'm looking for someone with some experience who can point me in the right direction.

This is a project that was assigned to me where I have the AD experience, but not the ADTRAN integration.

Thanks!!!
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We are implement the multiple VLans and Wi-Fi  in our company:
 
Vlan 1:default Vlan (192.168.1.0/24)
Vlan 2:Office Vlan(192.168.2.0/24)
Vlan 101:production Vlan (172.16.0.0/24)

We are using Aruba instant virtual controller to control all the APs. In the core switch default gateway is 192.168.1.254 which is the router Interface.

We had no problem for the connectivity using wired. But we found the if connected using office wifi (Vlan 2) and try to reach those device have wired connection in (Vlan 101) is no issue. But If the device is connected using Wi-Fi then we can not reached.

IN the Wi-Fi controller we never set any policy to block it.Please advice ?
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Hi Experts,

I am installing new wireless equipment at a very small motel this week. They have AT&T business internet and just want to provide an SSID and password/key to guests to connect. No splash screen or anything like that. They were originally using Netgear signal boosters that you plug into wall outlets, but customers stole them.

I told them I would only use pro-level equipment, so I have ordered 2 UAP-AC-PROs and the Ubiquiti 8-port 60w PoE Switch for 12 rooms. Eight rooms are in a 2-floor building, four on each floor and the other building is just four rooms on a single floor. I plan to install one AP on the ceiling in room 3 (middle, bottom room) of each building, including the two floor building. The rooms are small so I think this will suffice.

Questions:

Do I need to order a security device or new router? Can I use the AT&T provided router and connect it to the Ubiquiti PoE switch and configure the WAPs using the Ubiquiti controller software installed on the office PC? And will that software without a security device or new router be able to provide two SSIDs?

The owners are trying to save money (of course!) so I wanted to see if any other gear was necessary. It appears that the solution I've provided will do the trick, but it is not ideal security-wise. Any advice is appreciated!

Thanks,

Rich
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I have been trying to setup NPS for wireless authentication.  I have NPS server set up and the clients set up.  I have registered the NPS server in Active Directory and installed a certificate.   However, I cannot seem to authenticate any users.  I get a error stating username or password is incorrect for client.  In the accounting log I see attempt with group information from active directory.    The client is an extremenetwork wireless controller.  NPS server is 2016.    Is there anything that has to be set on the user directly or what am I missing.  I am a novice at radius so let me know what info you need.  Thanks
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We have a standard office network with Windows 2012 DHCP/DNS and Windows 7 laptops that use Ethernet-connected docks and office WiFi--so two IP addresses (same subnet).  Users dock and undock multiple times per day depending on meetings, collaboration, etc.  

We also have dedicated desktop computers in our conference rooms, from which users often RDP to their laptop for presentations and projecting their documents.  It's common practice for users to undock their laptops, carry them to a conference room, then use the conference room computer to RDP to their now-wireless laptop.

Because each laptop creates two DNS entries for itself, one for WiFi and one for Ethernet, DNS name resolution has a 50/50 chance on getting the wrong IP to connect to the laptop.  When this happens, the user is stuck with no steps or ability to continue without immediate support assistance.

(On top of this, it’s not uncommon for me to check DNS in these situations and find only one entry for a given laptop—and naturally it’s for the network connection that’s not connected at that moment.  When this occurs, I confirm the reserved DHCP leases, then register DNS on the laptop, and confirm that the DNS entries have updated.  But this still doesn't address the 50/50 chance of getting the disconnected IP for the laptop.)

Is there a clean solution for this?   Hardly believing this is an uncommon issue, and can't help thinking I'm missing a simple solution.

Humble thanks in advance for any …
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The only way any of my wireless devices work is if I shut down my hard wired desktop. I take my wireless router to another location and everything connects perfectly. Any ideas? Thanks
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Hi all,

I would like to setup wifi authenticated by Certificate (CA server) for domain laptop.
If you have any best guide please copy me link

My appreciate

Thanh.
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Can someone tell me what the CLI command is to remove a VLAN on a 2504 (AirOS) Cisco wireless controller?

Thanks
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Dear guys, can you please explain the advantages and disadvantages of Wireless Transmit power? Why do they always recommend -65 dBm for users? If I increase the AP's power to the maximum, is it always good?

These attached pictures display the coverage when changing AP's power. I use VisualRF to test HP AP Aruba 205H, can you suggest some ideas about the results?

- Red color: -45 dBm
- Orange: -55 dBm
- Green: -65 dBm
- Blue: -75 dBm
Auditorium_18dBm.PNG
Auditorium_12dBm.PNG
Auditorium_10dBm.PNG
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Dear Experts,

I am not able to get tech support to help me with this via chat and I can't get them on the phone.

I can connect to the devices via SSH. Not sure what commands are needed to run to get the devices adopted.

UAP-AC-Lite      3.4.14.3413                               
UAP-AC-Lite      3.4.14.3413

UI5.3.8.2
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Hi, I recently switched to W-10 and used ethernet connection to modem/router. I was surprised not having to provide a ssid and passcode to connect, and wary as I am seeing my status as  logged on to a 'local network', (my modem/router).  My question is, am I better protected using the wired connection, or should I unplug and connect thru wifi?
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Wireless Networking

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Wireless networking is anything related to the transfer of data between two (or more) devices without the use of a physical connection, ranging from getting advice on a new Bluetooth headset to configuring sophisticated enterprise level networks.