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Cisco Bug: CSCur43862 - Flex template name was shown on Flex Group detail though it is removed

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Dec 17, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

8.1(10.30)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
WLC on 8.1.10.30

Conditions:
Even after deleting the template attached with Group, the mapping exists on the Flexconnect Group o/p. However, the Vlanname-to-id entries are removed.

(SCRUM-7500-WLC-01) >config flexconnect group FLEXTEST template-vlan-map delete
(SCRUM-7500-WLC-01) >show flexconnect group detail FLEXTEST

Number of AP's in Group: 1

a8:0c:0d:d2:1f:78    DIVP-AP2700     Joined    Flexconnect

Efficient AP Image Upgrade ..... Disabled

Master-AP-Mac     Master-AP-Name                    Model      Manual

Group Radius Servers Settings:
Type           Server Address    Port
-------------  ----------------  -------
Primary       Unconfigured      Unconfigured
Secondary     Unconfigured      Unconfigured

Group Radius AP Settings:
AP RADIUS server............ Disabled
EAP-FAST Auth............... Disabled
LEAP Auth................... Disabled
EAP-TLS Auth................ Disabled
EAP-TLS CERT Download....... Disabled
PEAP Auth................... Disabled

--More-- or (q)uit
Server Key Auto Generated... No
Server Key..................     <hidden>
Authority ID................ 436973636f0000000000000000000000
Authority Info.............. Cisco A_ID
PAC Timeout................. 0
Multicast on Overridden interface config: Disabled
DHCP Broadcast Overridden interface config: Disabled
Number of User's in Group: 0
Vlan :........................................... 65
        Ingress ACL :................................... None
        Egress ACL :.................................... None
FlexConnect Vlan-name to Id Template name: divp
Group-Specific FlexConnect Wlan-Vlan Mapping:
WLAN ID     Vlan ID
--------   --------------------
WLAN ID   SSID                            Central-Dhcp  Dns-Override  Nat-Pat
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