Controller-less WLANs

Unable to save user entry to database due to reason "All user entries in use"

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Q:

Instant cluster throws a message "All user entries in use" while adding use entry to internal database.



A:

WLAN administrators can make of Internal Server for internal Radius authentication and adding MAC addresses or user name/passwrod that are required to authenticate with internal radius server. As of today, instant cluster only allows 512 MAC/User entry combined. When the limit exceeds 512, instant cluster will throw a message saying "All user entries in use" and will not save any further entry to the local database.

 

Note: The entry limit may or may not increase in future release.  

 

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‎11-25-2015 04:19 PM
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