After years of working with the Cisco ASA platform I always learn something new while working with TAC or somebody else. I recently learned about the following command.
“prompt hostname state priority”
This command changes the hostname to include Primary or Secondary and Active or Standby. Instead of issuing the “show failover” command to figure out what unit you are on, this command will show you in the hostname.
Below is an example.
ASAFirewall(config)# prompt hostname state priority
In the example above,
The hostname is “ASAFirewall”
This unit is “Active”
This unit is configured as the “Secondary” unit.
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I understand that the proper answer to this question is “It depends”. But, my goal is to find the number of simultaneous wireless telephone calls that can be made while attached to the same Cisco 3702 series access point (AP) and same radio A or B/G? I’m not looking for a book answer, I have already found the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G Deployment Guide. On Page 42 is states 13 calls at 6 Mbps, 20 calls at 12 Mbps, and 27 calls at 24-54 Mbps.
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Placing my configuration aside, can you give me good feedback about your experience with these products?