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Cisco Bug: CSCvt19726 - Cisco IOS APs logs display DTX error messages

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Oct 09, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points

Known Affected Releases

8.5(160.0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
DTX errors are still been observed on AP console:
Connected clients are getting disconnected randomly, or experiencing high response time
*Feb 20 14:26:49.575:  Bad ACQ count 4 -20 0 B01DC48 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.575:  Bad ACQ count 4 -21 0 B0173E8 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.575:  Bad ACQ count 4 -22 0 B029AE8 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.575:  Bad ACQ count 4 -23 0 B028968 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.575:  Bad ACQ count 5 -23 0 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.587:  Bad ACQ count 5 -23 0 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Bad ACQ count 3 -23 0 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 0 cpq: D345910 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 1 cpq: D345BAC sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 2 cpq: D345E48 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 87 24 -23 0 2 Dtx 0 B028968
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 3 cpq: D3460E4 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 4 cpq: D346380 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 5 cpq: D34661C sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 6 cpq: D3468B8 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.619:  Client ec2c.e20d.9866 Pri: 7 cpq: D346B54 sched 10 rdy 1 cnts 0 0 0 0 0 Dtx 0 0
*Feb 20 14:26:49.639:  Bad ACQ count 3 -23 0 0 0

Conditions:
IOS APs 2700, 3700, 2600
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