Autonomous AP - Initial Setup & Open SSID Creation

Autonomous AP - Initial Setup & Open SSID Creation

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hey what's going on everybody so I know this is the second video of the day but I have been moving apartment so I kind of missed out on two videos last week so I thought I'd go ahead and make it up here so in the last video I taught you guys how to convert a lightweight access point into an autonomous access point and so now I have the autonomous access point booted up so let's go ahead and do a basic configuration on this autonomous
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access point with one VLAN and an open SSID so let's go ahead and put in the default password that is Cisco with a capital C and let's do a show IP integrate just see what we have so right now we have an IP address of 10 0 to 100 on BVI 1 and I think that that that I set this up right before this video
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let's go ahead and verify so here yes I have this IP address so that is the IP address of the management interface of this access point so because we are only using one VLAN this management VLAN is also going to be the wireless VLAN as well so just keep that in mind in a future video I'm going to show you guys how to create multiple VLANs on an autonomous ap and utilize multiple s societies and
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associate that to multiple interfaces so let's go ahead and continue on from the configuration there so another thing that I'm going to go ahead and show you guys is show run interface fa1 0:47 this is a port where my access point is connected to so here I have the access point connected to a to a trunk port and
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I have native VLAN 2 as my management VLAN set up as the native VLAN so that's really all the configuration that I have for that so let's go ahead and move forward with our configuration since we only have one s society that we want to create there's no need to do much else other than creating that F Society and assigning it to the radios so you'll notice that we have two radios
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radio zero and one radio zero is a 2.4 gigahertz radio and radio one is the 5 gigahertz radio so let's go over to compte and let's create a dot 11 SSID and here it's gonna ask for the name let's just call it I don't know let's say let's call it open underscore this
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pod one alright and so under here we can go ahead and do a couple of things we want to specify the authentication to be open and also we want to be sure that we're broadcasting this SSID and in this case we would do that by using guest mode that's to ensure that this SSID broadcast and clients are able to see it in most cases this is what you want so now that you've created the SSID now
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what you have to do is associate that SSID our and allowed to be used on the different radios so the radio is that we have interface D so we'll start off with 911 radio zero and then we'll associate SSID and I'll go ahead and copy paces I have to avoid any errors there and then do a no shutdown
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on that interface then I'll do the same thing for the 5 gigahertz radio assign it and do a no shutdown so we'll let it do its thing and let's just make sure that we are able to that we were actually seeing those SS IDs so the way
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we do that is by doing a show dot dot 11 and then bssid and as you can see here we have it broadcasting on both the 2.4 and the 5 gigahertz radio and we have that now I'm gonna go ahead and grab my iPhone here now I need to get a software in order for you guys to see this but in the meantime y'all trust me I'm gonna
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grab my iPhone and I'm looking at it right now and I see open pod 1 I'm gonna go ahead and select it and here you see that a station has been detected a new Association and it appears like I have an IP address and I do it is in the management IP range which for me is 10.0 2.21 if I head over here to show dot 11
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associations you'll see that I have that one association that's a MAC address and that's the IP address I can also do all client that way I can take a look at all that information on here this is my iPhone this is the IP address if I have a default gateway there are a default netmask in this case I don't so I will fix that right now the bridge group one so this is what we're going to be using
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because this is our management or single VLAN it's kind of go through this really quick the state is associated this is the SSID or connected to the zero VLAN because it's a native VLAN let's see what else here encryption is off there's no key type at all the supported data ranges so these are the different ranges that are supported or the different rates I
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should say the signal strength the signal-to-noise ratio our snr everything here looks pretty good has some more information about whether or not there's input and output one thing that I want to make sure that I have as well is a default gateway it appears like I don't so what I'm going to do is assign a default gateway and I'm not sure if this
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necessarily affects my client itself so I'll double check I'll be sure that yeah my client is able to get out to the Internet but if I pain from here out to the internet it seems like I like I am able to I think it's probably DHCP that's that's a long need to do that so but in any case if you wanted to give a
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default gateway statically you could just do IP default gateway and then select the gateway so in my case would be 10 0 2.1 and i can just do that so that's all for this video hopefully you guys found this useful and if you did be sure to leave a like and subscribe for more content like this have a good day and we'll talk later

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