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Como Activar Password Wlan AP 7532 (Putty)

  • 10 June 2019
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Buenas tardes Estimados,

Con ayuda de la comunidad he logrado configurar por Consola (utilizando Putty) mi AP 7532, el problema que tengo que a pesar de poner wpa-wpa2 la red sigue "Abierta". No me pide la Password de seguridad.

Que me falta para que esta sea solicitada y no quede mi Wlan Abierta?

Agradezco desde ya su enorme ayuda y tremendos aporte a la comunidad.

enable
config
wlan VTR-4490551-5
ssid VTR-4490551-5
encryption-type ccmp
authentication-type none
wpa-wpa2 psk 0 *************
vlan 43
commit write
exit

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Best answer by Daren Ellis 10 June 2019, 15:22

Hi Crossward,

If you connected to this WLAN when it was configured for opened it saved a wireless profile on your device.
So Issue is mostly likely the Windows client.
Please delete the wireless profile (on the Win 10 device) and try to connect again.

On AP please also ensure you saved the config.
execute 'Commit write' from CLI session
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Good evening dear,

With the help of the community I have managed to configure my AP 7532 by using Console (using Putty), the problem that I have that despite putting wpa-wpa2 the network continues "Open". He does not ask for the Security Password.

What I need so that it is requested and my Wlan Open is not left?

I thank you for your enormous help and tremendous contribution to the community.
Userlevel 3
Hi Crossward,

If you connected to this WLAN when it was configured for opened it saved a wireless profile on your device.
So Issue is mostly likely the Windows client.
Please delete the wireless profile (on the Win 10 device) and try to connect again.

On AP please also ensure you saved the config.
execute 'Commit write' from CLI session
Userlevel 5
Hello Crossward,

Here's a link that might help:
https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-change-the-WLAN-password-passphrase-in-WiNG

Thank you,

Chris

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