07-18-2014 10:23 AM
I am going to be using a RAP 155 (Instant OS version 18.104.22.168) in standalone mode to test a variety of wireless protocols in a variety of places. I wired Ethernet uplink is not practical. Using Wi-Fi as an uplink is also not practical due to location changes. I also don't have any 3G/4G cellular usb adapter.
The Wireless profile is set with "Disable SSID on uplink Failure" to Unchecked.
In system setting > Show Advanced> Uplink, "Unforce Uplink" is set to None.
I have already configured the Wireless networks the way I want. I NEED to be able to run them without an uplink.
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07-18-2014 01:13 PM - edited 07-18-2014 01:14 PM
Odd................it looks like the feature was re-named in the GUI but not in the CLI.
I enabled it via the CLI under the SSID profile
wlan ssid-profile employee
When I did that it enabled the "Disable SSID on link Failure" option in the GUI. Try enabling "Disable SSID on link failure" and try it again.
07-18-2014 01:58 PM
Well, That work.
Probably a UI bug for the wrong wording. A Full days frustration all boils down to one checkbox that isn't worded right.