(This appears to be the converse situation of another relatively recent post. I thought it might be better to have a separate thread rather than muddy up that conversation).
I have a relatively new deployment of 8 WiSMs controllers (4 of which are currently production and 4 are available for failover). The WiSMs are running code v184.108.40.206 and I have about 50 AP1252's split between the 4 production controllers.
We also have WCS v220.127.116.11 in the environment to manage the controllers. I am a little concerned by some messages I am seeing on the WCS which seem to indicate the WiSMs are auto-containing rogues even though I have verified there are no Auto-Contain features enabled on any of the WiSM controllers.
Here is a sample of a WCS log entry which concerns me:
Rogue AP '00:23:75:07:68:b0' with SSID 'qwest5184' and channel number '4' is detected by AP 'xxxx-2-a4' Radio type '802.11b' with RSSI '-92' and SNR '5'. RogueAP contained.
I can dig up more of these but all seem to indicate an action is being taken on Rogue APs even though we specifically have these options unselected (under Security | Wireless Protection Policies | Rogue Policies | General) and their are no Rogue Rules defined either.
Is there anywhere else I should be checking where something like this could be enabled?
I need to make sure I am not being a problem before I can go to my neighbors and expect the same.
Thanks for any ideas.