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%AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE messages in WLC 5760

Hi,

We're getting this messages on a WLC 5760:

Mar  7 14:24:32.136: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (0011.21c2.1f2f) from Ca7 to Ca44

Mar  7 14:24:53.148: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (slow) MAC address (0011.21c2.115f) from Ca15 to Ca22

Mar  7 14:47:40.142: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (0011.21c2.1fd9) from Ca9 to Ca44

Mar  7 14:50:40.290: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (0011.21c2.1f6e) from Ca43 to Ca31

Mar  7 14:50:46.398: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (slow) MAC address (0011.21c2.1f6e) from Ca31 to Ca43

Mar  7 14:51:02.109: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (0011.21c2.1f2f) from Ca44 to Ca43

Mar  7 14:54:34.961: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (slow) MAC address (0011.21c2.1f6e) from Ca22 to Ca41

We didn't found any information regarding the message in the 3800/5700 WLC documentation but in other products we've found this:.

#     Error Message    AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE, MSGDEF_LIMIT_MEDIUM: [chars] MAC address 
     ([enet]) from [chars] to [chars]

#

          Explanation    There was an authenticated move on the old IDB. The first [chars] is slow or fast, the second [chars] is the source interface name, the third [chars] is the destination interface name, and [enet] is the MAC address.

#

          Recommended Action    No action is required.

Does anyone knows the meaning of these messages on the 5760 WLC? These clients are mounted in warehouse stackers, moving in the wharehouse with speeds between 10 and 40 Km/hour and sometimes we have complains of roaming issues. Are this messages related with roaming issues?

Kind regards,

Vasco

Cheers,
Vasco
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%AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE messages in WLC 5760

Hi Vasco,

These messages are related to roaming and it's an expected behaviour.

%AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE is expected to occur when a mac address is moved to another interface by reconnecting network devices.

Thanks,

Ashish

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