any update for this issue ???????
Hi, from the description there could be a lot of reasons why you are seeing failing MAC Auth. You can narrow down the reason if you work out if some wifi users are auth'd and not others. On our 5130 we set a max, which protects against problems we've seen during user-induced-loops. However with nothing set the max should be very high. Setting a max of 2000 for a test would rule that out but I can't imagine it being an issue. On old procurve the default was a low number but not 5130.
Using dis mac-authentication int g1/0/1 gives good clues. In particular the authentication attempts. A high failed figure suggests an auth server problem but also suggests an attempt to auth has happened. An example output below from a happy edge port with no max set.
Double check traffic is sent to the port untagged.
GigabitEthernet1/0/1 is link-up MAC authentication : Enabled Carry User-IP : Disabled Authentication domain : mac_domain Auth-delay timer : Disabled Periodic reauth : Disabled Re-auth server-unreachable : Logoff Guest VLAN : 3721 Guest VLAN reauthentication : Enabled Guest VLAN auth-period : 30 s Critical VLAN : 3721 Critical voice VLAN : Disabled Host mode : Single VLAN Offline detection : Disabled Authentication order : Default User aging : Enabled Server-recovery online-user-sync : Disabled
Auto-tag feature : Disabled VLAN tag configuration ignoring : Disabled Max online users : 4294967295 Authentication attempts : successful 3754, failed 0 Current online users : 1 MAC address Auth state c442-680a-cf3a Authenticated
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