Cisco Bug: CSCtd70053 - Guest mobility anchoring fails when roaming between WLCs
Jun 30, 2016
- Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers
Known Affected Releases
4.2(205.0) 4.2(61.0) 5.2(193.0) 6.0(182.0)
Symptom: In a scenario with a guest anchor in the DMZ and several foreign WLC, if a guest client roams between two foreign WLCs the anchoring on the new foreign fails and the guest tunnel with the DMZ anchor is not restored, having the client treated as local (instead of Export Foreign), which traffic is switched to the dynamic interface configured on the guest WLAN of the foreign. In the same scenario, normal mobility for non-guest users works perfectly, as well as the guest tunnel for a problematic user is correctly established if - after the failed roaming - the client entry on the WLC is deleted and a new anchoring takes place. Conditions: WLC 184.108.40.206 Guest access with multiple foreign WLCs (on the same mobility group) and a DMZ Anchor (on a separate mobility group).
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