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In Event-Log at one of many BR350, configured as Non-Root w/Clients, there is this warning: "Attempt by ... to Sieze Self IP Address via Proxy ARP to [broadcast]ffffffffffff".
On webpage of Event Log for this device there is a link to http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/779/smbiz/prodconfig/help/eag/air/ap3xx/EvtWarning.htm#SeizeIP but at this page I can't find anything regarding this warning.
Could please someone give an explanation and hints to avoid this?
I can only suspect that the issue is related to IP address, check your network for any addressing issues.
Thanks for your reply.
I multiple validated wlan, e.g. with an network analyser, also relating ip adresses and found nothing which was uncommon. No ip errors, no duplicativ addresses, ...
Cisco's TAC told to me that this warning is related the hot stand by function, but this isn't enabled.
Are there any other ideas?