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Registered: ‎05-12-2016

Auth-tracebuf output

I get the following when I do an show auth-tracebuf for the client.  What does the output mean?  I'm working a random issue with Cisco wireless VoIP clients.  Was wondering if the output gives any indication of any issues.

 

 

Jul 12 13:45:49 station-down * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 - -
Jul 12 13:45:49 assg-vlan-req * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3d:f6:90 2413 2710 new vlan: mba already pass for wireless
Jul 12 13:45:49 mac-auth-success <- 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3d:f6:90 - - no registration
Jul 12 13:45:52 station-down * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3d:f6:90 - -
Jul 12 13:45:52 assg-vlan-req * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 2413 2710 new vlan: mba already pass for wireless
Jul 12 13:45:52 mac-auth-success <- 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 - - no registration
Jul 12 14:03:42 station-down * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 - -
Jul 12 14:03:42 assg-vlan-req * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3e:03:10 2413 2710 new vlan: mba already pass for wireless
Jul 12 14:03:42 mac-auth-success <- 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3e:03:10 - - no registration
Jul 12 14:03:52 station-down * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3e:03:10 - -
Jul 12 14:03:52 assg-vlan-req * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 2413 2710 new vlan: mba already pass for wireless
Jul 12 14:03:52 mac-auth-success <- 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 - - no registration
Jul 12 14:32:55 station-down * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b 18:64:72:2d:cd:51 - -
Jul 12 14:32:55 assg-vlan-req * 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3e:03:10 2413 2710 new vlan: mba already pass for wireless
Jul 12 14:32:55 mac-auth-success <- 44:2b:03:55:d1:4b d8:c7:c8:3e:03:10 - - no registration

William Cummings
NC State University
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Re: Auth-tracebuf output

It would be hard to deciper what is going on with those messages without context.

 

Do the cisco voip phones use encryption?  Did this ever work?  Is it working with other devices, or NONE of the devices?  It looks like you are using mac auth.  Are you?  What are you using for mac auth.



Colin Joseph
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Registered: ‎05-12-2016

Re: Auth-tracebuf output

The phones are not using encryption.

They have been using the phones for over a year.  Had issues about a year or so ago.  Added AP's since it looked like a coverage issue.  I did a physical site survey with phones and phones can see at least 3 AP's at -70db or better while roaming around.

We are using mac auth to external raduis servers.

Not sure what Raduis software is running on the servers.

 

William Cummings
NC State University
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