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Cisco Bug: CSCvi71240 - 8.8:NBN non-mesh AP can enable Daisy Chain conflicting to the NBN mesh SFS

Last Modified

May 21, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Aironet 1850 Series Access Points

Known Affected Releases

8.8(1.90)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
EDCS-11838889
 
8.1AP CLI and configuration storage:
Following AP CLI command will be supported to enable/disable Daisy chaining
Mesh AP# capwap ap daisy-chaining <enable/disable>
  disable  Disable daisy-chaining
  enable   Enable daisy-chaining
Note: Daisy-Chaining is only supported in Bridge or Flex Bridge APs. If someone tries to enable daisy-chaining in other AP mode an error message ?Daisy Chaining is only supported on Mesh APs!? shall be displayed
Following AP CLI show command shall be supported to check if Daisy Chaining is enabled on the AP or not. Daisy chain mode will be displayed as enabled or disabled.
 
 
 
But I tried a 1542 in Local mode, the command is working to restart capwap without blocking error:
 
AP002C.C8E0.75E0#show capwap client config
AdminState                         : ADMIN_ENABLED(1)
Name                               : AP002C.C8E0.75E0
Location                           : default location
Primary controller name            : tb30-kukri-58
Primary controller IP              : 30.5.0.58
ssh status                         : Disabled
ApMode                             : Local

 
 
 
AP002C.C8E0.75E0#capwap ap daisy-chaining enable
[*03/28/2018 03:42:59.8199] Going to restart CAPWAP...
[*03/28/2018 03:42:59.8199] Restarting CAPWAP State Machine.
[*03/28/2018 03:42:59.8199] DOT11_DRV[0]: Stop Radio0
[*03/28/2018 03:42:59.9099] DOT11_DRV[1]: Stop Radio1

Conditions:
na
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