Called-Station-ID and Cisco AP's
waltr at umich.edu
Fri Oct 6 16:29:50 CEST 2006
I have just found out the the Cisco, when announcing multiple SSID's will
create a virtual mac for the them.
So looks like this is a 'feature'.
On Fri, 6 Oct 2006, Walter Reynolds wrote:
>> Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 09:13:20 -0400
>> From: "Garber, Neal" <Neal.Garber at energyeast.com>
>> Subject: RE: Called-Station-ID and Cisco AP's
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>>> Called-Station-Id = "0017.0f8c.25c1"
>>> However, the cisco itself shows something slightly different:
>>> Mac Address 0017.0f8c.25c0
>> Does your AP have two radios? If so, is this the
>> MAC of the other radio?
> Yes it does, but this is not the mac address for the LAN interface nor either
> of the radios:
> LAN MAC Address: 00:17:94:EE:D8:C6
> Radio 1 MAC Address: 00:17:0F:8C:25:C0
> Radio 2 MAC Address: 00:17:0F:90:25:C0
>>> Have others seen/noticed this before? ... If not, can
>>> anyone else look and see if they are having a similar issue?
>> We use Cisco 1232 AP's and I'm not seeing this problem. The
>> Called-Station-ID is the MAC of the AP and the Calling-Station-ID
>> is the MAC of my XP laptop that associated to the AP.
> Thanks. What version of IOS are you running?
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