AP goes off channel while identifying rogue ap threats
I'm having a problem where client connections get dropped, when the AP identifies a rougue ap threat. In some cases, the client is dropped ever 5 minutes for up to 30 minutes. My clients are connected over a RADIUS setup authenticating with an IAS service.
Found this on Cisco Support site:
Cisco lightweight access points are known to go off channel for up to 30 seconds (typically 1 to 2 seconds) while identifying rogue access point threats, when the Cisco lightweight access point has RLDP enabled. This can cause client connections to be dropped occasionally (CSCar10047).
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