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Contributor I
Posts: 69
Registered: ‎08-30-2011

ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio

Hi

 

Can anyone advise what means "ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio" log below?

Does it affect wireless connection or authenticaion?

 

Regards

Simon

 

 

show ap debug driver-log ap-name "AP001215_AOseizo" 

Driver Log
--------------------------------------------------------
Current Log Level 3 Log Counter 53 Timestamp  5293613.485524  
1           0.0      aruba100: Scheduling VAP CONFIG update
2           0.312    aruba100: Encryption Mode Set to 4
3           0.362    aruba100: WPS Mode Set to 0
4           0.396    aruba100: 40mhz enable to 1
5           0.429    aruba100: 40mhz GI to 1
6           0.460    aruba100: STBC TX streams to 1
7           0.492    aruba100: STBC RX streams to 1
8           0.524    aruba100: Beacon rate to 1000
9           0.560    aruba100: A-MPDU: Enabled, Tx Max 65535 Rx Max 3 Min Spacing 6
10          0.605    aruba100: Basic Rate Set to 3
11          0.637    aruba100: Supported Rate Set to fff
12          0.674    aruba100: DTIM Period Set to 1
13          0.674    aruba100: ESSID Set to JPN-WL-NW
14          0.674    aruba100: Max Retries Set to 8
15          0.674    aruba100: RTS Threshold Set to 2333
16          0.674    aruba100: Ageout Set to 1000
17          0.674    aruba100: WMM DISABLED
18          0.674    aruba100: VAP CONFIG DONE
19          0.16118  wifi1: Country Code Set to JP
20          0.26874  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 0.-5dBm, Set: 20.0dBm, AP Max: 20.0dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 20.0dBm, Gain: 0.0dBm
21          0.26943  wifi1: Channel Set to 11 (mesh-mode: 0, state: 0)
22          0.26984  wifi1: Internal Antenna Gain Set to 2.5 dB for 2.4 GHz
23          0.27022  wifi1: Internal Antenna Selected
24          0.27182  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 24.0dBm, Set: 20.0dBm, AP Max: 22.5dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 17.5dBm, Gain: 2.5dBm
25          0.27242  wifi1: disabling 40Mhz
26          0.27293  wifi1: RADIO CONFIG DONE
27          0.33602  wifi1: Scheduling RADIO CONFIG update
28          0.37132  wifi1: Country Code Set to JP
29          0.58316  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 24.0dBm, Set: 7.5dBm, AP Max: 22.5dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 5.0dBm, Gain: 2.5dBm
30          0.58387  wifi1: Channel Set to 11 (mesh-mode: 0, state: 5)
31          0.58428  wifi1: Internal Antenna Gain Set to 2.5 dB for 2.4 GHz
32          0.58468  wifi1: Internal Antenna Selected
33          0.58505  wifi1: Antenna Mode Selected: AUTO
34          0.58541  wifi1: disabling 40Mhz
35          0.58588  wifi1: RADIO CONFIG DONE
36     196155.254072 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
37     306926.329098 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
38     451663.747498 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
39     802219.303476 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
40     2117485.224168 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
41     3131989.76924  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
42     3164581.673496 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
43     3402043.436891 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
44     3904357.234959 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
45     3907764.155897 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
46     4536776.196264 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
47     4537379.961135 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
48     4537824.988923 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
49     4538634.378188 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
50     4967207.22191  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
51     4981542.474200 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
52     5117068.39064  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio

Guru Elite
Posts: 21,023
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio

It could be a hardware issue.  What version of ArubaOS and what type of access point?



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Contributor I
Posts: 69
Registered: ‎08-30-2011

Re: ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio

Cjoseph

 

6.1.3.6 with AP105 is used.

 

6 clients are associated now, so not so many clients are on AP..

 

Regards

Simon

 

Guru Elite
Posts: 21,023
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio


sai45mon10 wrote:

Hi

 

Can anyone advise what means "ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio" log below?

Does it affect wireless connection or authenticaion?

 

Regards

Simon

 

 

show ap debug driver-log ap-name "AP001215_AOseizo" 

Driver Log
--------------------------------------------------------
Current Log Level 3 Log Counter 53 Timestamp  5293613.485524  
1           0.0      aruba100: Scheduling VAP CONFIG update
2           0.312    aruba100: Encryption Mode Set to 4
3           0.362    aruba100: WPS Mode Set to 0
4           0.396    aruba100: 40mhz enable to 1
5           0.429    aruba100: 40mhz GI to 1
6           0.460    aruba100: STBC TX streams to 1
7           0.492    aruba100: STBC RX streams to 1
8           0.524    aruba100: Beacon rate to 1000
9           0.560    aruba100: A-MPDU: Enabled, Tx Max 65535 Rx Max 3 Min Spacing 6
10          0.605    aruba100: Basic Rate Set to 3
11          0.637    aruba100: Supported Rate Set to fff
12          0.674    aruba100: DTIM Period Set to 1
13          0.674    aruba100: ESSID Set to JPN-WL-NW
14          0.674    aruba100: Max Retries Set to 8
15          0.674    aruba100: RTS Threshold Set to 2333
16          0.674    aruba100: Ageout Set to 1000
17          0.674    aruba100: WMM DISABLED
18          0.674    aruba100: VAP CONFIG DONE
19          0.16118  wifi1: Country Code Set to JP
20          0.26874  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 0.-5dBm, Set: 20.0dBm, AP Max: 20.0dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 20.0dBm, Gain: 0.0dBm
21          0.26943  wifi1: Channel Set to 11 (mesh-mode: 0, state: 0)
22          0.26984  wifi1: Internal Antenna Gain Set to 2.5 dB for 2.4 GHz
23          0.27022  wifi1: Internal Antenna Selected
24          0.27182  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 24.0dBm, Set: 20.0dBm, AP Max: 22.5dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 17.5dBm, Gain: 2.5dBm
25          0.27242  wifi1: disabling 40Mhz
26          0.27293  wifi1: RADIO CONFIG DONE
27          0.33602  wifi1: Scheduling RADIO CONFIG update
28          0.37132  wifi1: Country Code Set to JP
29          0.58316  wifi1: EIRP (Config: 24.0dBm, Set: 7.5dBm, AP Max: 22.5dBm, Reg Max: 20dBm), Conducted Power Set: 5.0dBm, Gain: 2.5dBm
30          0.58387  wifi1: Channel Set to 11 (mesh-mode: 0, state: 5)
31          0.58428  wifi1: Internal Antenna Gain Set to 2.5 dB for 2.4 GHz
32          0.58468  wifi1: Internal Antenna Selected
33          0.58505  wifi1: Antenna Mode Selected: AUTO
34          0.58541  wifi1: disabling 40Mhz
35          0.58588  wifi1: RADIO CONFIG DONE
36     196155.254072 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
37     306926.329098 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
38     451663.747498 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
39     802219.303476 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
40     2117485.224168 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
41     3131989.76924  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
42     3164581.673496 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
43     3402043.436891 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
44     3904357.234959 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
45     3907764.155897 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
46     4536776.196264 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
47     4537379.961135 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
48     4537824.988923 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
49     4538634.378188 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
50     4967207.22191  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
51     4981542.474200 ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio
52     5117068.39064  ath_key_reset: MAC is busy. Reseting radio


The message is a debug message and in itself does not say anything.  It is possible to see that message when the radio gets a new config and needs to reset.  The timestamp before the decimal represents the number of seconds since the access point has been up, so most of those messages are spaced out.  Nothing else is being logged so it seems that message is a problem, but by itself, it is not.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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