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Cisco Bug: CSCsy87825 - Wireless device is unreachable after roaming between RAP-MAP

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Feb 22, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

5.2(178.0)

Description (partial)

Wireless client using WPA/WPA2-PSK will authenticate/associate to a RAP Device, obtain an IP Address via DHCP and in a Run state.  The client will roam to a MAP device show up on the controller in a RUN state, strong RSSI/SNR value and have a valid IP address but loses layer 3 connectivity.

Symptom:
Wireless client using WPA/WPA2-PSK will authenticate/associate to a RAP Device, obtain an IP Address via DHCP and in a Run state.  The client will roam to a MAP device show up on the controller in a RUN state, strong RSSI/SNR value and have a valid IP address but loses layer 3 connectivity.

Conditions:
5.2.178 WLC Code - 
1242 LAP using CAPWAP and AIR-ANT2465P-R - MESH AP - RAP/MAP
Client device - Intermec CK31 and Dell Laptop
2651 Router 
3560 switch
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