I have just finished upgrading my WLC 4404's to the newest version (bootloader and all), and am running into a series of strange errors.
The initial upgrade occured on May 8th, and ever since then my WCS (18.104.22.168) has been swarmed with minor security errors related to the access points.
I have 129 APs in my network, and so far about 60 have shown up with these errors.
The errors state:
"Client '<MAC1>' which was associated with AP '<MAC2>', interface '1' is excluded. The reason code is '1(802.11 Association failed repeatedly)'".
"Client '<MAC1>' which was associated with AP '<MAC2>', interface '1' is excluded. The reason code is '3(802.1X Authentication failed 3 times.)'"
I have tested some of the APs listed and am having no trouble associating or authenticating (though I have yet to test them all).
The strange thing is, <MAC1> on both error message types is actually my AP's MAC addresses, whereas <MAC2> is the Client's MAC (as far as I know). So it looks like the Mac's are being listed in the wrong order. I checked the caveat's on the release notes for this version but found nothing on this apparent bug.
I know it seems like a typical authentication error (with the odd MAC placements as the exception), but these just started coming up after the upgrade - mainly wondering if that's just coincidence or a bug in the version?
Thanks in advance for anyone's input.