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Re: LDSAccess is limited

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 11:29 am
by russellhltn
Biggles wrote:
russellhltn wrote:
michaelfish wrote:801 firewalls

Do you mean 811?. I don't think there's ever been a 801.

Or did he mean 881's?

Well, that is what I meant. :o

You can find the full list here.
Cisco PIX 501 (obsolete - should be replaced)
Cisco ASA 5505 (obsolete - should be replaced)
Cisco 881 (Three variants: 881W, C881W, C881)
Cisco 891 (8 port version of 881)

No 801 (or 811)

Re: LDSAccess is limited

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 1:52 pm
by michaelfish
The model number listed in tm.lds.org is AP801GN-A-K9. The access point model numbers are all AIR-LAP1041N-A-K9

Re: LDSAccess is limited

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 2:46 pm
by russellhltn
michaelfish wrote:The model number listed in tm.lds.org is AP801GN-A-K9. The access point model numbers are all AIR-LAP1041N-A-K9

I think that's the model of the Access point inside the firewall. What do you see on the main firewall page?

Re: LDSAccess is limited

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 7:37 pm
by michaelfish
What do you see on the main firewall page?
881W

Re: LDSAccess is limited

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 7:53 pm
by russellhltn
michaelfish wrote:LDSAccess, it does not work. No IP address is obtained. Statically assigning an IP address do not work either. I've been to several other stakes (when the building was not being used) and I cannot connect there either.


That is what I've seen in the past if the setup (encryption type, key type or password) is wrong on the client.

You might want to locate a working machine and compare settings.

I took a new, fully patched HP Win8.1 machine to church and got on the network with no problems. I'm running the same firewall and APs you are.

You can also try and locate you MAC address as seen on the wireless side and use another machine to look in TM and see if it shows up in TM > Console > Show ARP.