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Re: RAP configuration on 6.4

Its a 205.

 

I have to get a RAP3 working, but I switched to the 205 for troubleshooting purposes...

 

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Re: RAP configuration on 6.4

Both the 205 and RAP-3 have TPM chips so they will have a factory certificate.



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Re: RAP configuration on 6.4

I dont have a 4500 session coming across anymore.

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Re: RAP configuration on 6.4

hi playinpearls

cert rap bring up should require the following few steps only. no vpn profiles, no PSKs etc.

 

Controller

>> define l2tp ip pool

>> whitelist the ap

 

AP

>> purge ap (or reset via button, making sure it doesnt revert to IAP if it was instant before)

>> check you working DHCP (type dhcp at apboot, wait, then ping the master ip - make sure it's all fine)

>> either let it discover and connect to controller, reprovision as rap, or from apboot

   setenv remote_ap 1

   setenv master  <controller ip>

   save

   boot

 

that should be it, if it's still stuck after this, you can go into the ap shell and take a look in the file /tmp/rapper.txt and /tmp/sapd_debug_log.txt, these may give you a hint as to any problem. But ultimately, setting it as RAP above and the master IP should be enough to get it talking to the controller.

 

regards

-jeff

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Re: RAP configuration on 6.4

thanks Jeff, thats what I was looking for.

 

It turns out that we had the RAP natting through a firewall that wasn't the gateway of the controller, so it was failing at making a complete circle. The controller was sending replies through a different firewall.

 

 

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