Cisco aironet validating identity
The rx utilization is 14, tx utilization is 16, channel utilization is 32, and attached clients is 20.
Are these number showing that it is way overloaded (like a Unix system load would probably indicate)?
The first trend is on the network side, where borderless architectures mean that applications are scattered across the enterprise network and multiple clouds.
No longer is there a single entry point to the enterprise network, a point that can be protected by security solutions that use only limited context information.
They can simply login and access anything authorized for that user, even the most sensitive data and most critical systems.
By creating the Network Policy server first, once we switch the authentication type from whatever to 802.1X via RADIUS, our Network Policy Server will immediately start processing requests and allowing machines on the domain.
By configuring the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller or Group Policy first, clients will try connecting to a RADIUS server that doesn’t exist or present invalid credentials.
I'm trying to troubleshoot what seems to be a congestion problem on a wireless network.
We have an access point outside one room that is currently reporting hangs and issues with the laptops; when I connect to the controller (the 4404 wireless controller) via the web interface and look at that specific access point, it is showing a "load profile" failure.