WLCCP packets from 3 access points multicasting over 250 packets per second!?!
I've tried to discover why these three access points are sending WLCCP packets at this astonishing rate. I cannot determine when it started, however I believe it is causing many problems. I don't see any configuration items in the running config containing the keyword "wlccp". such as:
AP>(config)# wlccp ? ap Enable WLCCP AP authentication-server Authentication Server wds Enable Wireless Domain Service Manager wnm Configure Wireless Network Manager
Is it implicitly ON? Do I need to do "no wlccp ap" to turn it off.
I have stopped the problem by putting tight multicast and broadcast storm control on every switch where an access point ingresses. That cleared up my wireless congestion. But the problem persists. The source MAC of the WLCCP packets are actually specific clients that are attached across the wireless via a work-group bridge. These are IP cameras and Network Video Recorders... why this? Hmmm.... no one knows....
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