WLC SNMP traps: Client Deauthenticated

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Feb 1st, 2007

Hi Sir,

I've deployed a WLC4404-100 at a centralized data center, controlling APs (model: LAP1242AG-C-K9) at a remote office in L3 LWAPP transport mode. WLC software version is 4.0.179.8.

Some clients face frequent disconnection. Below is a typical WLC SNMP traps for a client during the time when the client lost IP connectivity (pinging the client from a wired PC resulted in ping loss):

0 Fri Feb 2 11:48:24 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:2a:70 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

1 Fri Feb 2 11:48:20 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:24:b0 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

3 Fri Feb 2 11:48:17 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:24:b0 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

4 Fri Feb 2 11:48:14 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:1e:70 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

5 Fri Feb 2 11:48:10 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:28:10 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

8 Fri Feb 2 11:48:06 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:2a:70 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

10 Fri Feb 2 11:48:03 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:21:20 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

12 Fri Feb 2 11:47:59 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:31:e0 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

13 Fri Feb 2 11:47:56 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:1e:70 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

14 Fri Feb 2 11:47:53 2007 Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:04:23:a4:11:60 Base Radio MAC:00:19:07:58:2a:70 Slot: 0 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1

Please advise what the above messages mean. I can't find further information on cisco.com

Thank you.

B.Rgds,

Lim TS

I have this problem too.
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a-vazquez Thu, 02/08/2007 - 12:29

Client disconnecting from APs can happen if there is some obstruction between the AP and the client. This obstruction could be due to RF interference. Was a site survey performed before the network was deployed?

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