04-24-2009 08:33 AM
I am running software version AOS-W 22.214.171.124 build 20848.
When I see an AP from another (known and permitted) WLAN appearing on the Master controller, it is reported as an interfering AP. When I mark it as "known interfering", the log still records the event.
I was under the impression that marking a rogue AP as "known interfering" meant that the log messages would subsequently be suppressed. Can anyone please advise me on why this is not happening?
Many thanks in anticipation of your help,
04-27-2009 12:35 AM
There is little difference between interfering and known interfering. Marking an AP known interfering just lets the administrator know that he has seen and accounted for an interfering AP. Events will still be reported on that AP.
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04-29-2009 08:11 PM
To force the system to forever hold onto the "Known Interfering" classification, make sure the following is configured to be enabled: "WMS Persistent Known Interfering"
(Sammamish-5000) # configure term
Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z
(Sammamish-5000) (config) #wms
(Sammamish-5000) (wms) #general persistent-known-interfering ?
(Sammamish-5000) (wms) #general persistent-known-interfering