0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 4, 2018 10:42 AM by jstern@naxionthinking.com

    UDT with a not-quite-supported wireless network

    jstern@naxionthinking.com

      I've got a Dell-manufactured network. My Layer 3 core switch is fully supported by UDT, but my PowerConnect-W-series wireless APs only have Layer 2 support. As a result, when my users connect their smartphones to the guest network, I get a rogue MAC alert. There is no information about the associated DNS name or IP address (which would tell me guest or WLAN) included.

       

      My workaround is to look up the MAC address on my wireless AP controller, figure out what it is coming from, and individually whitelist it. Now that all my colleagues' phones are pretty well checked in, UDT is not shrieking so much anymore.

       

      My question for the community is, Is this best I can do? What other options or steps should I consider?