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AP135 Up and Down problem

Hello,

 

I am currently facing these Aruba AP model 135 problem. There are 310 units of them serving by 2 units of 3600 Controllers on Master/Local mode. The 135APs are provisioning into Remote APs with certificate. 

1st unit of controller has 56 license, 2nd unit of controller has 256 license. So i should provision the 310 units of them to 56 units pointing to master, and 254 units pointing to local correct?

 

Another problem i am facing is, some of the APs are down and up randomly, they were up for a few hours or few days then they went down and the other unit came up.

 

I took a look at the controller's process log it shows something like this:

Oct 15 13:31:00 sapd[836]: <404074> <WARN> |AP APR-246@10.100.100.98 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:56:a3:a0: ARM - increasing power cov-index 8/0 tx-power 3 new_rra 6/4
Oct 15 13:31:09 sapd[836]: <404074> <WARN> |AP APR-9439@10.100.100.24 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:56:bd:20: ARM - increasing power cov-index 4/2 tx-power 3 new_rra 11/4
Oct 15 13:31:09 sapd[836]: <404050> <WARN> |AP APR-9429@10.100.100.76 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:be:9d:d0: ARM C 161 PER 0 MER 90 FRR 0 50-30
Oct 15 13:31:10 sapd[836]: <404089> <WARN> |AP APR-9429@10.100.100.76 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:be:9d:d0: ARM HT Error Threshold Trigger Current Channel old 161-157 new 161-157/7
Oct 15 13:31:16 sapd[836]: <404075> <WARN> |AP APR-170@10.100.100.74 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:bc:19:60: ARM - decreasing power cov-index 9/3 tx-power 6 new_rra 6/5
Oct 15 13:31:22 sapd[833]: <404075> <WARN> |AP APR-9713-SUITE@10.100.100.94 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:be:97:a0: ARM - decreasing power cov-index 10/2 tx-power 4 new_rra 6/3

 

The master controller sometime shows this:

Oct 14 21:49:21 sapd[836]: <404069> <WARN> |AP APR-9407@10.100.100.98 sapd| AM 6c:f3:7f:56:bd:00: ARM Channel Interference Trigger new 11-120 old 6-163 new_rra 11/6 TCI 10

 

May i know what is the issue that causing these?

The switches that are connected by APs are PoE+ supported.

 

Thanks for help

Re: AP135 Up and Down problem

Hi :smileyhappy:

1st unit of controller has 56 license, 2nd unit of controller has 256 license. So i should provision the 310 units of them to 56 units pointing to master, and 254 units pointing to local correct?

 

YES. (u may also consider using AOS 6.3.X with centralized licensing.All depends on your configuration,needs,and network topology)

 

Another problem i am facing is, some of the APs are down and up randomly, they were up for a few hours or few days then they went down and the other unit came up.

 

The logs u sent..arent relevant...your only copied ARM logs....

if your ap units goes up and down..you should connect console for one of those units and u will be able to see the reboot reason.... Or u can search via cli " show log all | include reboot "

 

Me.

 

 

 

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