Controller Based WLANs

Troubleshooting Client Deauthentication Related Issues

Authenticated clients may be deauthenticated for many reasons. This topic focuses on the following issues:

  • Client Deauthentication by an AP
  • Client Deauthentication by the Controller

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I the syslogs, we found this deauth_reason 54.

What does deauth_reason 54 mean? ____

Is there a link to show the different types of deauth_reasons? ____

Hi msaw - We are checking your comment with our engineering team. We should get back to you shortly.

Hi msaw,

Could you please email ( the syslog in which you found deauth_reason 54?




Hi Divya,


It was an enquiry from a friend.

I managed to find this link:


Seems like 54 is a customized deauth reason code? 


Syslog is required to provide accurate details on deauth_reason 54.




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