Cisco Support Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Community Member

Problems in a 4400 controller

Hi,


I have received some logs in 4404 with  version controller 5.2.193 ...

The logs are:

%RRM-3-RRM_LOGMSG: rrmLrad.c:2471 RRM LOG:

%APF-3-SITE_NULL_WLAN: apf_site_override.c:1556 Invalid value 0 for  WLAN

%APF-3-INVALID_RADIO_TYPE: apf_api.c:26338 Invalid radio type 255  received.

*%APF-3-INVALID_RADIO_TYPE: apf_api.c:26351 Invalid radio type 255  received.

I know they mean or you can give some clue about them.


Thank you very much for everything
Greetings

4 REPLIES
Community Member

Re: Problems in a 4400 controller

What model of AP is trying to register??? It seems that this code version not support an access point.

Maybe with a more complex log in the controller side we canm help us more efficiently 

Best Regards.

Community Member

Re: Problems in a 4400 controller

Good to see you here Raul,

The problem we have in the SOL station to see if we can help, APs 1242,there interfecerencias in the PCL with a Bluetooth antenna, when they are on the phone is choppy, and if you turn off the phone Bluetooth works well. .

The logs that I have are these from controller

Thank you very much

Community Member

Re: Problems in a 4400 controller

Hi dani.

RRM messages and Invalid type radio messages seem to show that the Ap´s detect this interferences but, as they can´t know the source (is not an 802.11 signal) probably they can´t catalog these interferences and show this log.

Probably, when you can see these logs in WLC, if you see the interference and noise profiles of each AP´s affected they are violated.

Best Regards.

Cisco Employee

Re: Problems in a 4400 controller

%APF-3-INVALID_RADIO_TYPE: apf_api.c:26338 Invalid radio type 255  received.

*%APF-3-INVALID_RADIO_TYPE: apf_api.c:26351 Invalid radio type 255  received.

This can point to an AP either having an invalid radio or having a radio dead. It basically happens when the WLC is unable to read the radio information from the AP.

So check for a down radio in your APs :-)

Nicolas

931
Views
0
Helpful
4
Replies
CreatePlease to create content