I'm experiencing a strange phenomenon in my environment. Users on Windows laptops seem to be attempting to connect to SSIDs they're seeing coming from an AP which is in bridge mode (and not broadcasting an SSID). I've confirmed nothing weird is happening where the bridge would be broadcasting SSIDs (standing right next to the bridge on a freshly imaged laptop and when I connect I go straight to a properly configured flexconnect AP).
There's no out of the box way in Windows to tell the OS that an access point isn't valid once it thinks that it is, so I'm reaching out to the community to see if anyone else has seen this before. My next troubleshooting step will be to put the bridges into autonomous mode if I can't find an answer.
The environment consists of a 5508 WLC HA pair, standard flexconnect environment for in-house wireless, and we've got a bridging pair connecting a couple of buildings. The affected PCs are Windows 7 and Windows 8
Ahaaa that makes sense - ok, that would make sense. Alright I've hauled the offending bridging APs into a separate group with no WLANs associated, will test with my affected users and see if we've got it resolved.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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