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Cisco Bug: CSCuq69023 - Enable/Disable traced switchport is not user-friendly in PI

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Sep 17, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure

Known Affected Releases

2.2

Description (partial)

Symptom:
setup: 2.2.0.0.101

1. login to PI 
2. add a controller which has atleast one AP in rogue detection mode. 
3. connect a linksys/cisco AAP in open security mode to the switch using ethernet cable. 
4. Run the switchport tracing on this rogue AP alarm to find out the connected switchport. 
5. Enable/disable the switchport
 the functionality here implemented is confusing. 

If you select the switchport and enable/disable button -- its actually enabling the port. 
if you unselect the switchport and enable/disable button - its disabling the port. 

and for both the Operation the pop-up message says - "Pi is going to shutdown the port."

Conditions:
setup: 2.2.0.0.101

1. login to PI 
2. add a controller which has atleast one AP in rogue detection mode. 
3. connect a linksys/cisco AAP in open security mode to the switch using ethernet cable. 
4. Run the switchport tracing on this rogue AP alarm to find out the connected switchport. 
5. Enable/disable the switchport
 the functionality here implemented is confusing. 

If you select the switchport and enable/disable button -- its actually enabling the port. 
if you unselect the switchport and enable/disable button - its disabling the port. 

and for both the Operation the pop-up message says - "Pi is going to shutdown the port."
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