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I have currently encountered an issue which i don't seem to find the answer. I'm running CISCO NAC version 4.5.1 in HA-OOB. A Switch 3750 running version c3750-advipservicesk9-mz.122-44.SE6.bin. NAC AGENT is 126.96.36.199 and runing SSO.
The problem i'm experiencing is that when i connect to an administered port, i get the "automatic loging screen" after a while it autenticates as expécted, but i receive a new message "Refreshing IP failed. Please release/renew IP manually". The weird thing here is that although it sends this message, i get into the trusted vlan.
My question is why is it receiving this message? i'm not running DHCP, it is in pass-thourgh, and the hosts have their IPs locally configured.
I don't think there is an issue with any device due that it does authenticates but it always sends the message. IS this like a cosmetic bug or something like that?
Thanks for all your help my friends
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Since you are using locally configured ip addresses what is your current port profile configuration? What do you have set for the access vlan, is it default or user-role?
My switch port configuration is the following:
switchport access vlan 55
switchport mode access
switchport voice vlan 4
switchport port-security maximum 3
snmp trap mac-notification added
spanning-tree bpduguard enable
My untrusted vlan is 55 and my trusted vlan is 5.
On the CAM -> OOB Management -> Profiles -> PORT i have under "Access Vlan" the "USER-ROLE VLAN".
Thanks for your help