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Cisco Bug: CSCtc10620 - HREAP AP on 6.0 allows connectivity on only one SSID at a time

Last Modified

Feb 22, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

6.0(132.0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:

On a wireless LAN controller running 6.0.182 code, for HREAP APs at a remote site connected across different switches, client connectivity was allowed only on one SSID although two SSIDs were included as part of the ap group that was applied to these HREAP APs.

This happened repeatedly such that at any particular instance one SSID would show up, then after re-applying the AP group to the AP the SSID that was working would disappear and the previous non working SSID would appear and work OK.This is even after clearing config of AP and re-applying the ap group.

Conditions:

Normal reset of the AP/clearing config of the AP and allowing it to rejoin the controller and applying the  customer AP group did not produce any difference. The "show run"  taken on the AP itself showed 2 SSIDs in the config:

dot11 vlan-name 001 vlan 25
dot11 vlan-name 002 vlan 236

(The vlans being applied per the HREAP mapping)

But the "show capwap reap association" shows only one of the SSIDs (that client connectivity was allowed on) :

SSID: abc  on Dot11Radio1
 bssid: 1111223344be  Mode: 0x192, WLAN: 2 , VLAN name: 002   VLAN ID: 236
 Key Mgmt 0, Reap flags 0x9, Guest Yes, Current Users 0, Open Auth
SSID: abc  on Dot11Radio0
 bssid: 1111223344be  Mode: 0x192, WLAN: 2 , VLAN name: 002   VLAN ID: 236
 Key Mgmt 0, Reap flags 0x9, Guest Yes, Current Users 1, Open Auth
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