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Load balancing Client problem

Hi ,

This is my environment two 5508 in HA with release 7.4.121, ap 2600 and  ap 3600, in flex-connect wan up local switching.

I put client windows size field to 1 and maximum denial count to 1. i connect many client and when i sniff autentication response on busy AP (ap with many client connected) i can't receive status code 17 from AP ? why ? how cani verify if i client don't honore status code 17 on association response ?

 

When i enable debug dot11 load-balancing enable i receive for example this log

*apfMsConnTask_4: Jun 23 16:48:12.798: 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 Load Balancing mobile 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 on AP c4:14:3c:ca:f4:a0(0) band 1 has 2 users - Good: rssi (antenna-A -73) (antenna-B -73), snr = 23

 

*apfMsConnTask_4: Jun 23 16:48:12.798: 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 Load Balancing mobile 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 on AP 28:34:a2:59:4b:00(0) band 1 has 1 users - Good: rssi (antenna-A -62) (antenna-B -60), snr = 30

 

*apfMsConnTask_4: Jun 23 16:48:12.798: 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 Load Balancing mobile 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 could not find acceptable 802.11a candidate -- defaulting all

 

*apfMsConnTask_4: Jun 23 16:48:12.798: 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 Load Balancing mobile 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 is permitted to associate with AP 28:34:a2:59:4b:00(0) (on Good  count=0)

 

but in association response i receive every time status code 0 (success)

 

*apfMsConnTask_4: Jun 23 16:48:12.800: 00:e3:b2:38:d1:52 Sending Assoc Response to station on BSSID 28:34:a2:59:4b:05 (status 0) ApVapId 6 Slot 0

who can explain me this problem ? and how can i test this feature better ?

 

 

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I will try to be clear, How

I will try to be clear, How can i verify if my client honore status code 17 on association response ? I try sniffing 802.11 packet but i can't see anything...status code is every time successfull.

 

My environment is with flexconnect wan up local switching, wlc 5508, ap 3600/2600/1600/1142.

 

 

 

 

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