How do I figure out why some of the mesh links are not coming up in my mesh network?
“show mesh neighbor” is a useful troubleshooting command to figure out why specific mesh neighbors are not meshing with this AP. An example of the show mesh neighbors output is displayed below:
RadioMAC Hostname R MeshID AuthType C Mode Chan RSSI Time Q(Reasons)
00:17:7b:11:70:eb MSR4000-11:70:e7 3 CampusMesh WPA2 4 na 165 44 0:0:0 Y
00:17:7b:2c:50:e3 M47_H92_baiwang 1 CampusMesh WPA2 3 na 165 15 0:0:0 N([N])
00:17:7b:2b:c1:dd M44_Campus2BWS 0 CampusMesh WPA2 3 na 165 50 0:0:0 N([N])
00:17:7b:11:71:26 MSR4000-11:71:23 2 CampusMesh Open 4 na 116 18 0:7:29 N([A][N])
00:17:7b:11:70:cb MSR4000-11:70:c9 1 CampusMesh WPA2 2 na 36 11 0:13:29 Y
00:17:7b:11:70:ca MSR4000-11:70:c9 0 CampusMesh WPA2 6 na 165 10 0:0:6 Y
00:17:7b:11:70:e9 MSR4000-11:70:e7 1 CampusMesh WPA2 4 na 36 29 0:19:58 Y
00:17:7b:2c:6d:08 MSR2000-2c:6d:06 1 CampusMesh Open 5 na 140 16 0:16:29 N([A][N])
The following is an interpretation of the reason codes:
S - Signal lower than limit;
M - Mode not backhaul;
I - Mesh ID mismatch;
A - Authentication type mismatch;
C - Denied by my channel-list;
N - Denied by my neighbor-list;
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