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eapol-pkt-drop when roaming from AP-105 to AP-124

The following debug is from a client debug output when it roams from an AP-105 to an AP-124: Mar 14 10:25:12 station-down * - - Mar 14 10:25:13 eapol-pkt-drop * - - unknown ap Mar 14 10:25:18 eapol-pkt-drop * - - unknown ap When roaming from an AP-105 to another AP-105, client debug is as follows: Mar 14 10:11:03 station-down * - - Mar 14 10:11:03 station-up * - - wpa2 aes Mar 14 10:11:03 station-data-ready * 244 - Mar 14 10:11:03 wpa2-key1 <- - 117 Mar 14 10:11:03 wpa2-key2 -> - 135 Mar 14 10:11:03 wpa2-key3 <- - 151 Mar 14 10:11:03 wpa2-key4 -> - 95 It appears that the AP-124 does not associate with the client (i.e. station-up). Are there any known issues roaming between different model APs? Regards, Tony Marques
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Re: eapol-pkt-drop when roaming from AP-105 to AP-124

Should not be.

What version of ArubaOS?

What type of client?

What type of encryption?

 







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Re: eapol-pkt-drop when roaming from AP-105 to AP-124

6.1.2.7, although upgrading to 6.1.3.7 this weekend. Lenovo laptop WPA2-AES
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Re: eapol-pkt-drop when roaming from AP-105 to AP-124

Do you observe this sometimes, all the time or this is the first time?

 

What wireless adapter and what is the driver date?







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Re: eapol-pkt-drop when roaming from AP-105 to AP-124

Seems like it is every time is roams to the AP-124. Adapter is an Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 with driver date of 8/3/2011 (version 14.2.0.10). Third party Wi-Fi management software has been removed and it is using Windows to manage Wi-Fi.
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