Even though encryption is enable on both the Root and Repeater AP's, we're still getting farily frequent error:
Station [AP22]000785b3362a Associated with Encryption, then attempted to send an Unencrypted packet to [ap13]000ab7af3095 (length 92) a few times every hour. Saw a bug report replated to this error, but that stated that encryption wasn't enabled. From all we can tell, it is enabled on both ends and for all clients (required). Any suggestions on troubleshotting/resolving this?
You may want to try going to the firmware that fixes the bug that you talk about to see if that solves the problem. You can also try, if it is feasible, resetting the AP's to factory defaults and reconfigure them in case something got stuck in the initial config.
Already had upgraded to 12.01T1, and doing the factory defaults resets, and verified repeatedly encryption was enabled, tried disabling and renabling to be sure, still now improvement. Sounds like I may have to file (yet another) TAC ticket?
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Transferring Crash file from standby:
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