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Cisco Bug: CSCvj02751 - provisioning AP doesnt create policy tag if network profile is different for AP and WLC

Last Modified

Aug 03, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Enterprise Module (APIC-EM)

Known Affected Releases

DNAC1.1.2

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Provisioning AP doesnt create policy tag if there are any changes done to Network Profile after Device is provisioned.

Conditions:
setup: 2.1.15.60173 
eca: 16.8.1 EFT image 

1. add eCA device to DNAC 
2. create site/building/floor and map to a network profile with some SSIDs
3. provision the device 
4. add device to fabric as cp+border+wireless 
5. verify on device : if SSIDs, policy profile and policy tag is created on the device 
6. do the host_onboarding configs and make the AP join the controller 
7. do resync from DNAC and make the APs inventoried in DNAC 
8.provision the AP to the floor from the building mapped to the device  -- verify the AP tag is applied to AP and AP is broadcasting the SSIDs


now create a new network profile and map the floor to this NP. 
provision the AP to floor again. -- AP provision shows success in UI of DNAC

issue 1: 
on device, the new policy tag is not created and AP is mapped to default-tag and misconfigured is set to YES
provision the WLC again -- things works fine and AP is mapped to right policy tag 

issue 2: 
Provision AP with a change in the network profile mapped to floor (ssid update on the profile)
DNAC UI shows AP provision is success -- but the change is not reflected on the device -- policy tag is not updated with the change 
Again, provisioning the WLC -- things works fine and policy tag gets updated.
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