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Registered: ‎07-06-2012

Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Hello,

 

I was wondering if it was possible to have IAP-93 and IAP-105 controlled from the same virtual controller? The number of APs will be below 16. 

 

I'm new to setting this up, but i also noticed that the host name for the client computers never fills in. Is there away to fix this?

 

thanks

Ronnie

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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105


ronnie55555 wrote:

Hello,

 

I was wondering if it was possible to have IAP-93 and IAP-105 controlled from the same virtual controller? The number of APs will be below 16. 

 

I'm new to setting this up, but i also noticed that the host name for the client computers never fills in. Is there away to fix this?

 

thanks

Ronnie

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Yes.

 

When you say the host name for the client computers never fills in, do you mean on the Virtual Controller dashboard?

 

 



Colin Joseph
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Occasional Contributor I
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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Yes exactly. It just shows as --

 

Do I need to configure DNS servers somewhere, so it can do a lookup?

 

thanks

Ronnie

 

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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Can you please attach a screenshot of the column you are referring to?  Thanks.



Colin Joseph
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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Here is a screen shot...  Right now I only have two clients, but earlier I had a bunch and it was the same thing. When I do a nslookup of the IP address I do get the correct name. Not sure if there is somewhere I have to configure the AP to look for this. It seems to idenitfy the OS correcly also, just the DNS name never shows up....

 

thanks again for your help

 

 

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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Ah,

 

The "Name" field is for the username of the person who authenticated.  if you are using any type of preshared key authentication, this field will not be populated.  It is not for the hostname, unfortunately...



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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Ok, thank you for clearing that up... 

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Re: Question about IAP-93 and IAP-105

Hi,

 

I have seen win some IAP client dashboards where the name of the client will be android-123 or Win7-PC which is not the username of the clients and noticed this in open SSIDs too.

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