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AP 375 Kernel logs in AOS

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  • 1.  AP 375 Kernel logs in AOS

    Posted Mar 15, 2023 11:35 PM

    Hi everyone,

    After upgrading to AOS, the outdoor 375 AP has logs:

    KERNEL: [47799.995877] asap_get_cond_limit_160: Secondary channel 48 info not found

    KERNEL: [47799.995877] asap_get_cond_limit_160: Secondary channel 48 info not found

    There are a lot of these logs even during working hours or not.

    Anyone else has this log or knows about it?

    Many thanks for your help

  • 2.  RE: AP 375 Kernel logs in AOS

    Posted Mar 16, 2023 06:46 AM

    Is that in Instant Mode? Or with a controller?

    What is the channel selected/configured and what channel width?

    What are the configured ARM settings for the channel selection?

    My interpretation of the message is that the AP tries to select a 160MHz channel (which you probably should have disabled, especially outdoor) and can't find a an available 160MHz block around channel 48. I think if you limit the 5GHz radio to 40MHz or 20MHz, the message may be gone.

    Herman Robers
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