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AP EtherType Filters

I'm using an Aironet 350 AP with 11.21 firmware and tring to apply an IPX filter on the radio side of the AP. I created the IPX filter using 0x8137 and 0x8138 ipx protocol and set the disposition to block, but when I apply the filter to TX and RX on the radio side of the AP I loose all communications on the radio side of the AP including IP. I also have a 2nd AP with firmware 11.03 and when I create the same filter for IPX it doesn't block any communications. It woks as if no filters were ever applied.

Does anyone have any ideas on what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in Advance,

Mike Glass

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Re: AP EtherType Filters

Check out the following BugID: CSCdx25842 Looks like this is what you are hitting.

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Re: AP EtherType Filters

I'm unable to find this BugID CSCdx25842. Sorry, I'm new to using Cisco products and their web site. Can some help with where I will find this.

Thanks

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Re: AP EtherType Filters

Use software bug toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/home.pl. You’ll need a TAC support contact to get to that link. You might want to visit the TAC website for details. www.cisco.com/tac and http://www.cisco.com/public/scc/. In any case, you’re going to need to work with a TAC engineer to resolve this as the bug has a “Junked” status (meaning Cisco couldn’t find a problem.)

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Re: AP EtherType Filters

Are you setting just the ethertype's disposition to block, or the entire filter set's disposition to block? The filter set's disposition must be set to forward and each ethertype set to block. If you block the filter set, all traffic will stop flowing.

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