01-21-2010 07:39 AM
I have a master and local 3400 setup in my lab with 2 ap124s. I had the IPs set statically and now have then on DHCP to eliminate the possibility of IP contention. Both my controllers and on 18.104.22.168 and had no issues with the AP70s I previously had setup. I have two AP groups configured and have moved them between the two groups and still have the same reboot issue. I have verified my VRRP groups are working properly with my Local controller as the master for both VRRP group.s
These AP124s were previously used in this same setup and same lab some months ago and had no issues. Since then I have had them un-powered at my desk.
Does anyone have some debug commands or config items can focus on from the controller CLI to take a look at reboot reasons?
I am also going to test with a new pair of APs straight from the box to eliminate anything that may have happened to the APs while in storage.
01-21-2010 08:09 AM
show ap debug system-status ap-name "AP125"
Ethernet Duplex/Speed Settings
Autoneg Speed (Mbps) Duplex Iface
------- ------------ ------ -----
on 100 Full eth0
on 10 Half eth1
01-21-2010 08:22 AM
I have shut off the .11a radios on the APs and have seen much better stability than I was seeing previously. The reason for this is since these APs were last installed in the lab there has a been a change in the environment with the addition of other .11n APs, where previously these where the only ones installed.
Since then I have had them connected with out a reboot for 25+ minutes(knock on wood!) Is there any sort of IPS/IDS mechanism that would potentially cause this issue?
01-21-2010 09:01 AM
for bootstraps and reboots run one of these commands
show ap details ap-name "apname"
show ap debug counters ap-name "apname"
01-21-2010 09:09 AM
01-21-2010 12:41 PM
show log errorlog all
01-22-2010 06:07 AM
@tdeboard thanks for the suggestion but the DHCP scope has no issues as I have other devices in the same subnet and scope and am not having issues with any of them.
@sandiegojenkins What is the difference between the reboot and bootstrap? If the AP is boostrapping due to too many missed heartbeats am I able to turn up that timer to allow the AP to miss more heartbeats for the time being?
I have had my .11a radios off an the APs were stable the all of yesterday and it looks like that held true through the night as well.
01-22-2010 06:33 AM
Jan 22 08:01:03
-This one is approx the time this AM I saw the AP had rebooted because it's uptime had been about 4 minutes or so. The AP was in airmonitor mode for both the 2.4ghz and 5ghz radios.
Jan 22 00:57:55
The AP was in airmonitor mode for both the 2.4ghz and 5ghz radios. Not sure what happened here considering it was at about 1am.
Jan 21 16:49:05
The AP was in airmonitor mode for both the 2.4ghz and 5ghz radios. I assume this just means the AP heard another AP on the same frequency and is reporting it back to the controller.
01-26-2010 06:37 AM