Which all Access points are supported with rogue detector in 4511 series and 4620 AP model series

  • 5 November 2014
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Which all Access points are supported with rogue detector in 4511 series and 4620 AP model series

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Reset default Altitude™️ 4511 Access Point, you can helps me?
I'm going to move this to its own thread to keep this one on topic 🙂 Please reference the new conversation here: How to factory default an Altitude AP4511?
Reset default Altitude™️ 4511 Access Point, you can helps me?
This should give you a good explanation of the differences between basic and advanced. To set it up just create the policy and apply it to the controller.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t399daoo85vfcj0/WIPS_COMPARE_draft.pdf?dl=0

Sean
Hello Nagaraj

All of the APs support the ability to detect rogue devices. They can do this while servicing clients on a particular channel or you can set them as a sensor. For APs like the 4610 and 4620 one radio can be set as a sensor and the other set to either 2.4 or 5Ghz. The 4511 is a single radio so if it is set to sensor then it can not service users.

I hope that helps

P
I need steps to perform detecting rogue on particulate channel and setting particular radio as a sensor
Hello Nagaraj

All of the APs support the ability to detect rogue devices. They can do this while servicing clients on a particular channel or you can set them as a sensor. For APs like the 4610 and 4620 one radio can be set as a sensor and the other set to either 2.4 or 5Ghz. The 4511 is a single radio so if it is set to sensor then it can not service users.

I hope that helps

P
I need clarification on the basic wips and advance wips, what exactly it differs. 
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Hello Nagaraj

All of the APs support the ability to detect rogue devices. They can do this while servicing clients on a particular channel or you can set them as a sensor. For APs like the 4610 and 4620 one radio can be set as a sensor and the other set to either 2.4 or 5Ghz. The 4511 is a single radio so if it is set to sensor then it can not service users.

I hope that helps

P

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