I've got a client with an extremely simple configuration, at this point with 1 IAP-135 running code 22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199. We are having issues with iPads, IOS8, needing to reauthenticate and in general not being stable with their connection to the IAP. This occurs with multiple iPads. The environment they are in tests out cleanly with RF, and other devices, laptops, chromebooks have no apparrent issues. Has anyone found an issue with this and any settings that helps with the problem?
This firmware is dated 11/24/2014 which seems a bit dated and there is 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 in early release. What's the feeeling about the early release firmware?
You need to work on OKC (Key caching) to resolve this issue.
Please feel free to come back if any further help needed.
I've done a bit of research on OKC, but not sure if it applies to my configuration of 1 AP and WPA2-AES. Can you elaborate on how I might implement this to help with this problem.
Can you please upload the configuration on the SSID,
Or check if you have 802.11r enabled, some IOS devices have problems with the standard
Thanks for the help.
820.11R was disabled. I did enable it, which is reflected in the configuration. I've included the SSID configuration also:
wlan ssid-profile BGCDCenableindex 0type employeeessid BGCDCwpa-passphrase 3270834dccdda8911181c6c994efb6be1afffff79179baf9opmode wpa2-psk-aesmax-authentication-failures 0auth-server InternalServerrf-band allcaptive-portal disabledtim-period 1inactivity-timeout 1000broadcast-filter arpmulticast-rate-optimizationdynamic-multicast-optimizationdmo-channel-utilization-threshold 90local-probe-req-thresh 0max-clients-threshold 64dot11r
auth-survivability cache-time-out 24
Thanks again for the asssistance.
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