Re: System classifying own APs as rouge.
What is your question? This post is about the system classifying APs as rogues.
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That's what I assumed was the issue, but last Friday I stated that it happened again, but this time there was no sapd message that the AP were classified as rouge. They just stopped responding to ping requests from outside their LAN. I was able to ping them from inside their LAN, so I was asking if you knew of any reason why the AP's would not respond to ping requests from outside their LAN and you sent the "How does AP's respond to ICMP traffic when CPSEC is enabled?" response and told me to always ping through the controller. I think that the low bandwidth connection to this other warehouse is congested and causing dropped packets, thus causing the CPSEC links to drop out for 15-30 minutes at a time. When the AP's start responding to ping requests from outside their LAN they all seem to start working at the same time, but as I said, I can ping them from a switch inside their LAN. So my question was, If the CPSEC tunnel drops out, how long does it take for the APs to try to reconnect or for the controllers to allow them to reconnect, because when this happens it takes 15-30 minutes for them to come back up on the controller and they all come back up at the same time.