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Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

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Hello, 

 

I'm writing you because I'm starting to loose my latin about this behavior...

 

I've got a controller with a bunch of AP 105, 114 and 275...

 

The normal LED status ( in my case ) all the led are green :)

 

Since I've removed one unused SSID ( not set with the n), le BGN led is now "amber" which means that the "n" is not enabled....

 

I've checked on the controller and I can see clients associate with "n" and under the "High Throughput SSID profile" the High throughput is enabled...

 

 

Who I need to trust ? the AP or the controller?

 

thanks in advance

 

 

 

 

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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

The LED on all the access points is Amber?  Do you know if it is the power LED, the ethernet LED or the WLAN LED(s)?



Colin Joseph
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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

Hello Joseph, 

 

i' hope your fine !

 

all LED are green, except the 2.4 BGN is now amber since i've removed an old SSID.

 

the odd things is that i can see clients with " n20mhz" 

 

why ...

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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

Did you add an SSID?  You should look at the output of "show ap essid" on the commandline of the controller to see if you might have added an SSID" that is WEP, or just WPA.



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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

no, just remove an old one.

 

below the results : 

 

ESSID APs Clients VLAN(s) Encryption
----- --- ------- ------- ----------
employe 122 20 40 WPA2 PSK AES
Guest 107 6 50 WPA2 PSK AES
VoIP 122 58 30 WPA2 PSK AES
Num ESSID:3

 

 

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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

What kind of SSID did you remove?



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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

wlan ssid-profile "RTLS"
essid "rtls"
opmode wpa2-psk-aes
a-basic-rates 12 24
a-tx-rates 12 24 36 48 54
g-basic-rates 12 24
g-tx-rates 12 18 24 36 48 54
wmm-vo-dscp "46"
wmm-vi-dscp "34"
wmm-be-dscp "10"
wmm-bk-dscp "0"
ht-ssid-profile "No-HT"
dot11r-profile "default"

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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

I would type "show audit-trail" and go through it line by line to ensure that you did not remove "HT" somewhere in your configuration by accident.



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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

seems to ne not :/

 

Mar 31 08:54:01 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "VAP-RTLS" > -- command executed successfully
Mar 31 08:54:01 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<wlan virtual-ap "VAP-RTLS" no vap-enable > -- command executed successfully
Mar 31 08:54:09 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<write memory > -- command executed successfully
Mar 31 08:58:18 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<wlan ssid-profile "SSID-RTLS" > -- command executed successfully
Mar 31 08:58:18 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<wlan ssid-profile "SSID-RTLS" no ssid-enable > -- command executed successfully
Mar 31 08:58:27 webui[3875]: USER:admin@172.18.40.67 COMMAND:<write memory > -- command executed successfully

 

i've sent the whole on private message

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Re: Very Odd behavior with the LED Status

I don't see anything that would cause the LED to be orange in there.  You might have to open a case to get to the bottom of this...



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