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Cisco Bug: CSCua90018 - CAP3500 Regulatory Domain Error for Japan

Last Modified

Dec 17, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points

Known Affected Releases

12.4(25e)JA

Description (partial)

*Description

Symptom:
In WLC Controller, 
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(Cisco Controller) >show ap config general CAP3502I-6a3f

Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 161
Cisco AP Name.................................... CAP3502I-6a3f
Country code..................................... J4  - Japan 4(Q)
Regulatory Domain allowed by Country............. 802.11bg:-JPQU  802.11a:-PQU
AP Country code.................................. J4  - Japan 4(Q)
AP Regulatory Domain............................. 802.11bg:-J    802.11a:-P   <------ here
			......
			
(Cisco Controller) >show ap config general CAP3602I_3a99

Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 164
Cisco AP Name.................................... CAP3602I_3a99
Country code..................................... J4  - Japan 4(Q)
Regulatory Domain allowed by Country............. 802.11bg:-JPQU  802.11a:-PQU
AP Country code.................................. J4  - Japan 4(Q)
AP Regulatory Domain............................. 802.11bg:-Q    802.11a:-Q    <--- here

        ......

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In the above message, AP Regulatory Domain shows " 802.11bg:-J " and "802.11a:-P".

(1) Since CAP3502 only has " -Q " series, "802.11a:-P" is wrong.
    ( -Q includes W56 and - P does not).
(2) " 802.11bg:- " is not unified in 3502 and 3602 (J, Q).


Conditions:
The same problem occurs with CAP3502, CAP3602.
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