Cisco Bug: CSCsz72416 - unexpected vlan is assigned due to failed to aaa override
Jun 30, 2016
- Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers
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Symptom: unexpected vlan is assigned in certain roaming scenario with below network environment. ACS server | WLC (enable aaa override) | +----+----+ | | AP0 AP1 / | / Wireless Client * AP1 and AP2 has same ap group vlan named VLAN 200 Conditions: steps of roaming scenario is below. 1) ACS server is set to reply aaa override with VLAN 100 Wireless client start to connect to the AP0. -> VLAN 100 is asigned 2) Roam to AP1 Wireless client move to AP1 -> VLAN 100 is kept. 3) Change the AAA Override settings on ACS server to doesn't reply of the override vlan. Execute the [ ipconfig /releas ] in command prompt of wireles client. Immediately after that, disable the Wireless NIC (Wilress network connection) of wireless client. 4) enable the Wireless NIC Expected behavior is client belongs to VLAN 200 as ap-group vlan because Wilress client would be full authenticated and aaa override is not reply from the ACS server. However previous aaa override vlan ( VLAN 100 ) is asigned unexpectedly.
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