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someone could tell me, what mean this?

 Wed Jun 18 15:39:22 2014 AP 'AP-56 ', MAC: 28:34:a2:b1:86:e0 disassociated previously due to Link Failure. Uptime: 0 days, 09 h 40 m 34 s . Reason: Capwap WTP Event reques

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Means your AP has lost

Means your AP has lost network connectivity.  Could mean the following: 

 

1.  AP lost power; 

2.  Layer 1 issue to the AP; 

3.  Routing issue.

One had similar issues ,

One had similar issues , refer here

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11943656/capwap-messages-wism2-75102

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You may also want to look

You may also want to look into your network if there is any firewall in between and it is blocking the CAPWAP ports and traffic.

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Vinod

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AP getting disconnecting due

AP getting disconnecting due to link failure..

Please check for the firewall in between..

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