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Flex Connect connected mode ?

Good Morning world!

 

I have a question in regards to how Cisco Flex connect works. Currently we are experiencing an issue with certain clients (iPads in guided mode) dont seem to be working weell when our AP's move from Connected > Standalone > Connected. The WLAN is set for Flex Local Switch\Central auth using PSK.

 

It appears that the Flex AP's will do a radio reset (radio interface not AP) when moving back to connected mode. Is this normal behavior? If so can it be tuned in a fashion to prevent possible client issues?

 

 

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You might just want to open a

You might just want to open a TAC case... This has been seen with various code versions and or AP models and TAC would be the one who can get you that info.

-Scott
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It appears that the Flex AP's

It appears that the Flex AP's will do a radio reset (radio interface not AP) when moving back to connected mode. Is this normal behavior?

Yes, this is normal behaviour, below is the 6th bullet points of "Guidelines & Limitations" section of Flex Connect in "Enterprise Mobility Design Guide 7.3"

Client connections are restored only for locally-switched clients that are in the RUN state when the AP moves from standalone mode to connected mode. After the AP moves from the standalone mode to the connected mode, the AP's radio is also reset.

 

HTH

Rasika

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