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4402 Wireless Controller - Source of IP Communications - what is it?

My client has a 4402 controller that seems to be the source of a TCP request on port 2006.

Their edge router is blocking the communication with an acl.

Here is two entries from the router log:

Apr 26 16:30:55: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list from-inside denied tcp 192.168.1.5(2006) -> 66.227.171.165(64344), 3 packets

Apr 26 16:32:55: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list from-college denied tcp 192.168.1.5(2006) -> 124.115.11.71(42315), 6 packets

192.168.1.5 is the management interface on the controller.

The destination is not always the same.

Any thoughts would be helpful.

Thanks,

Fred

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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller - Source of IP Communications - wha

What is the virtual IP address?

Definitely looks like that bug then since it is being sourced from the service IP:


CSCsw93671 Packets sourced from the service port sent from wlc when not connected


It has not been resolved yet.

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Cisco Employee

Re: 4402 Wireless Controller - Source of IP Communications - wha

What version of code is on the WLC?  What IPs are on the interfaces of the WLC?

There was a very similar bug but that data was being sourced from the service port IP address.

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Re: 4402 Wireless Controller - Source of IP Communications - wha

The code was just upgraded on April 13th with AIR-WLC4400-K9-4-2-207-0.aes.

The management IP address is:  172.18.2.6

The Service Port IP address is:  192.168.1.5

The other 2 are public addresses that aren't seen in any of the logs.

Cisco Employee

Re: 4402 Wireless Controller - Source of IP Communications - wha

What is the virtual IP address?

Definitely looks like that bug then since it is being sourced from the service IP:


CSCsw93671 Packets sourced from the service port sent from wlc when not connected


It has not been resolved yet.

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