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E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Hey Guys,

 

I have a RAP 109 that has the E Flag ( Domain Regulatrory mis-match )

 

Does anyone know why this happens? Or how i can get rid of the E flag ?

 

It was working last week with no issues, now all of a sudden it is not working and has the E flag when i look it up on the controller.

 

Any help MUCH appreciated. 

 

Thanks

Guru Elite

Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

When it was an IAP, what regulatory domain was it?  Now that it is a RAP what regulatory domain is t now?

What version of ArubaOS is the controller running?

 


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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Software version on the controller -

 

Aruba Operating System Software.
ArubaOS (MODEL: Aruba7220), Version 6.3.1.5

 

Regulatory domain info 

 

Country:IN
Model:Aruba7220
Hardware:Unrestricted

Guru Elite

Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

chewbacca,

 

Does the IAP-109 have a sticker with the model number on the back?  What does it say?


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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

There is a sticker on the back, the only thing relating to a model number is just that it says RAP-109

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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Chewbacca,

 

When you first brought it up in instant mode, did you set the regulatory domain to IN?

 


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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Yes, i would have set it to IN as thats where the RAP is located.

 

Should it be changed to US?

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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Chewbacca,

 

It should absolutely work.  You might want to open a support case so that they can look at your logs.

 


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Re: E Flag on Aruba 109 RAP

Hi,

 

There can one reason, check the ap's regulatory domain profile that you have mapped,

 

I just replicated your issue and here is the output,

 

 

(Aruba3200) #show ap database

AP Database
-----------
Name Group AP Type IP Address Status Flags Switch IP Standby IP
---- ----- ------- ---------- ------ ----- --------- ----------
24:de:c6:c3:96:21 TestLab 105 172.16.10.150 Up 1h:50m:11s 172.16.0.254 0.0.0.0
24:de:c6:c6:36:e4 default 135 172.16.10.4 Down 172.16.0.254 0.0.0.0
9c:1c:12:cb:12:02 TestGP RAP-109 10.1.1.12 Up 14m:39s Rc2E 172.16.0.254 0.0.0.0

 

I believe issue is also same as highlighted.

 

Put the following command and check the country code that you have selected.

 

in this example I have choosen country code(regulatory-domain-profile) as US and the controller countrycode as IN.

if your case also same please change it to IN.


(Aruba3200) #show ap regulatory-domain-profile default

Regulatory Domain profile "default"
-----------------------------------
Parameter Value
--------- -----
Country Code US
Valid 802.11g channel 1
Valid 802.11g channel 6
Valid 802.11g channel 11

 

(Aruba3200) #show country

Country:IN
Model:Aruba3200
Hardware:Unrestricted

 

Hope this will help you on fixing the issue :)

 

Please feel free to comeback for any furhter assistance.

 

Cheers,

 

Venu Puduchery.

 

Cheers,
Venu Puduchery,
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