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Autonomous APs' non-root radio tracking Questions

Hi guys,

As you know, we can configure an autonomous AP that is using its .11a radio as "non-root bridge" and its .11b/g as root to track the .11a radio so that if it is down for any reason, then it will shut down the Root Radio. I've some questions about this if someone tested the below scenarios:
(1) If the .11b/g radio has been shut down, will it stay shutdown and never comeback unless an administrator do it manually? Is there an automated feature like the switches 'errdisable recover cause' method?
(2) Is there a command like 'show fallback bla bla ..' that will allow us to see that the current radio state has been shut down due to radio tracking?

B.Regards

Mahmoud

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