WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

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WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:16 pm

Hi, would anybody be able to adivse how to chance the webauthentication certificte on WLAN 2100 controller. My users are complaining that they need to accept the security certificate before proceeding to the actual authentication? thanksPatrick

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Re:WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:40 pm

I guess.. the one that the clients is able to see is the HTTPs redirect security... Can you please issue the below command ans see if that helps.. WLC> config network secureweb disable This will disable HTTPS on the WLC and the redirect will just use HTTP, however this will disable the HTTPS access to the WLC as well.. is this wat you require?? Please attach the screen shot of what the issue that we are facing.. lemme know if this answered your question.. RegardsSurendra====Please dont forget to rate the posts which answered your question and mark it as answered or was helpfull

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Re:WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 10, 2010 11:37 pm

Hi, I have attached a screenshots of the certificate issue as requested, I didn run the command yet. Patrick

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Re:WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

Post by Guest » Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:08 am

This is expected behaviour right.. when ever you visit any HTTPs site  this happens.. so the client will download the cert and proceed  further.. Disable HTTPs on the WLC and see if you face this issue.. i am pretty sure that will resolve.. However here is the step by step procedure to load the new WEBAUTH cert on to the WLC.. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/t ... 367a.shtml However disabling the HTTPs will be just a wor around.. lemme know if this answered your question.. Regards Surendra ==== Please dont forget to rate the posts which answered your question and mark it as answered or was helpfull

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Re:WLAN 2100 series - Webauthentication Certificate

Post by Guest » Thu Nov 11, 2010 2:31 am

Hi, disabling the HTTPS does the trick ThanksPatrick

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