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Ok, I have seen this same issue on several message boards etc. but I have yet to find a good answer so here it goes. I have a network with 12 Cisco 1200 series access points all connecting to 3550PWR switches. The switches are configured with 2 vlans, one for a public wireless LAN and the other as...
They are All Cisco. APs 1200 series and switches from 6509, 4506, 4006 to 3524. I have SO MANY of them and need an easier way then updating them manually. They all use SSH
Hello all, does anyone know how to change the DHCP range that a Cisco 1200 series Access point gives out, the IP for the AP is 10.20.x.x, and it give out IP's in the 192.168.x.x range, does anyone know how I can get it to change to the 10.20.x.x range as this is the range that I want the computers...