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Cisco Bug: CSCvh77572 - GUI does not show "Protected Management Frame (11w)" information

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Nov 25, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

8.3(134.60)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
GUI does not  show "Protected Management Frame (11w)" information

Conditions:
Setup :
WLC : WLC5520 
Build:8.3.134.82
APs : MIx of cheetah and IoS APs 

1) create a dot1x wlan and enable PMF as optional .
2) Connected a iphone 10 and seen client got connected fine and also in CLI we can see in client details as PMF as yes ,But in GUI we dont see this field . Attached GUI screen shots .

olicy Manager State............................. RUN
Audit Session ID................................. 7338080900000000b2a0705a
AAA Role Type.................................... v6role1
Local Policy Applied............................. none
IPv4 ACL Name.................................... none
AAA FlexConnect ACL Applied Status............... Unavailable
IPv4 ACL Applied Status.......................... Unavailable
IPv6 ACL Name.................................... none
IPv6 ACL Applied Status.......................... Unavailable
Layer2 ACL Name.................................. none
Layer2 ACL Applied Status........................ Unavailable
URL ACL Name..................................... none
URL ACL Applied Status........................... Unavailable
Client Type...................................... SimpleIP
mDNS Status...................................... Enabled
mDNS Profile Name................................ default-mdns-profile
No. of mDNS Services Advertised.................. 0
Policy Type...................................... WPA2
Authentication Key Management.................... FT-802.1x
Encryption Cipher................................ CCMP-128 (AES)
Protected Management Frame ...................... Yes
Management Frame Protection...................... No
EAP Type......................................... PEAP
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