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Upgrading Image caused double login for access point

I have several Cisco Airnet access points deployed on my network. I recently upgraded the image on a few of them from Cisco 350 Series AP 12.02T to Cisco 350 Series AP 12.03T. I had no issues while going through the upgrade. Yet now when I log in to administer the access point, I am required to logon twice. When doing this through a browser, there is no error. The login screen just comes back and you login again and it works. With telnet I see an error on the first login that says "Password: ********User timeout, user will be requested to re-enter the name/password".

I noticed that this new version also times out with within a minute of no activity while logged in to administer . I don't know if this change in timeouts has anything to do with this. I do not have this issue on any AP's that have not been upgraded yet and do on everyone that has been. I see no setting to correct this. Has anyone else come across this?

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Cisco Employee

Re: Upgrading Image caused double login for access point

This is a known issue that is reported by CSCeb62882 and should be resolved in the next firmware version

David

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Re: Upgrading Image caused double login for access point

Downgrade. 12.03T is junk. Double logins, poor performance and randomly locking up (bug CSCec00332) are just a few of its quirks.

New Member

Re: Upgrading Image caused double login for access point

This is very true due to I have upgrade MANY devices to 12.03T and have all the same problems talked about above. Downgrade is on the way!

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