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Cisco Bug: CSCuw23941 - MAC-After N/w reset non-broadcast SSID is not connecting automatically

Last Modified

Aug 09, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) 3300 Series Appliances

Known Affected Releases

2.0(0.297) 2.0(0.306)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
On MAC, after network reset, non-broadcast SSIDs are not connecting automatically.

Conditions:
SPW:MacOsXSPWizard1.0.0.34
MAC OSX:10.10

Steps to reproduce: 
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1. Navigate to Policy > Policy elements > Results > Client provisioning > Resources
2. Create a new NSP Profile for MAC with protocol 'PEAP/TLS'
a) Enter name " NSP"
b) Select OS 'All "
c) Under Wireless profiles , create SSID (ANUSHA-DOT1x) with Allowed Protocol/Certificate Template
d) Click Submit
3. Configure ISE for BYOD Flow 
4. Connect to Client and do Dual/single SSID flow  and once provision happens, it should automatically connect to the SSID.
5. Turn off Wifi in MAC
6. Disable broadcast SSID in WLC
7. Turn on Wifi and check network connection

Expected :
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ANUSHA-DOT1x should get connected automatically since it is already provisioned.

Actual :
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SSID is showing up in networks, but not getting connected automatically
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