3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 23, 2013 1:26 PM by nick

    BSAP 1920 help

    hassan New Member

      Hi guys a complete newbie here we just deployed blue socket 1920s with vWLAN. The vWLAN is controlling the BSAP over a VPN when the APs lose connectivty to the vWLAN the internet goes down is there anyway we can create some sort of fallback configuration so that in case of any power issue for the vWLAN the internet still runs?

       

      Regards

      Hassan

        • Re: BSAP 1920 help
          hassan New Member

          anyone??

            • Re: BSAP 1920 help
              nick Employee

              Hassan,

               

              You have two options here:

               

              1.  Create a backup SSID (Configuration > Wireless > SSID) and be sure to check the "  check-box.  The standby SSID is only active when connectivity to all vWLAN instances are lost. This feature is useful in a branch office situation, where the WAN link is down, but local resources might still be available.

               

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              2.  You can increase the AP Control Channel Timeout (Configuration > System > Setting > Domain).  The AP control channel timeout is the time, in seconds, before an AP reboots if the control channel is lost. By default, this value is set to 0 seconds, indicating the AP reboots immediately after confirming that the control channel is lost. To change this value, select the edit icon next to AP Control Channel Timeout, and enter a new value in the Value field. Select Update Domain Setting to apply the change.

               

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                • Re: BSAP 1920 help
                  nick Employee

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