There are several AP 305 models with the same AP Group.
Some APs blocked Hotspot, but some APs failed to block Hotspot.
Hotspot is a WPA2 environment.
Is there a way to check if the AP is malfunctioning?Or can I not block Hotspot due to the physical environment where the AP is installed?
Please note that is may be illegal depending on the country that you are in to block hotspots as it attacks others' networks, so consult your legal advisor before enabling such a feature. And you may end up preventing all of you neighbors to use their WLAN, if you don't carefully deploy this.What protect features have you enabled? And what containment method?Be informed that APs should be on the same channel as where you want to do Wireless IDS, which makes that to reliably deploy WIDS you need additional APs as AirMonitor to scan channels. Also, when the other network uses WPA3 or 802.11w (MFP/PMF), using deauths will no longer work as containment.If it works for some APs, the problem is probably in these last two options.It's probably best to first get legal advice, then work with your Aruba partner to design the optimal configuration for your case.
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