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Contributor I

odd DNS name

The last 5 - 10 IAP 105's that have been added to our wireless network have showed up in Airwave and VisualRF with a domain name of foo.com. This is odd since our domain name is nothing close to that name. Has anyone else seen this?

 

Thanks,

 

TJ

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Re: odd DNS name

foo.com is pre-entered in a DNS field in the iAP setup as a default placeholder.

 

foo and bar are often used as placeholders, lifted from the US military use of the term FUBAR (which I'll not clarify here as the correct tranlation isn't appropriate for the forum.

 

You can replace it in the iAP setup field with something matching your domain.

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Contributor I

Re: odd DNS name

Matthew,

 

I don't see any reference to foo.com at the AP or in Airwave. Where specifillay do I look for this dns setting of foo.com? This is only being seen on a few AP's.

 

Thanks,

 

TJ

Re: odd DNS name

Try checking the configuration on the IAP, might be under there.

 

Maintenance -> Configuration


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Re: odd DNS name

This shows up in VisualRF whenever I place an existing AP on the map. The AP's names displays on the map as xyz@foo.com. 

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