We configured clients policy (all default settings) for web auth and WPA wlans. From time to time, I can see some clients are excluded with reason "802.11 assoc failure". What could be the reason for "802.11 assoc failure"? Could wism exclude the client by mistake?
Today I have one user unable to associate to the WLAN. I checked and found she is in the excluded list and excluded reason is "802.11 assoc failure". I removed her from the list and she was able to associated immediatelly. I am not sure why she was excluded before. Could it be a bug?
Thank you for your reply. But the problem I see is not client excluded by web auth failure, but excluded by "802.11 Assoc Failure". What could cause the "802.11 Assoc Failure"? Once I remove the client from the excluded list, she got associated immediately. It doesn't seems like a client issue.
Also I do not see anywhere we can configure the threshold to trigger the exclusion.
Tue Oct 2 11:06:15 2007: 00:04:e2:7e:cc:c3 Sending Assoc Response to station 00:04:e2:7e:cc:c3 on BSSID 00:17:0f:e7:b7:80 (status 18)
Tue Oct 2 11:06:15 2007: 00:04:e2:7e:cc:c3 Scheduling deletion of Mobile Station: 00:04:e2:7e:cc:c3 (callerId: 22) in 3 seconds
Does it mean the client is using some data rates that the WLC does not support? On WLC, we set 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 5.5Mbps and 11Mbps to be mandatory. Anything wrong with that? The strange thing is after a few hours, I saw the client successfully associated with the controller. I did not change anything. I do not know what happened.
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