Old thread revived? Was this ever resolved as I have the same issue. Pulling my hair out at this one.
Have old 3602i on desk within 1m
Have new 2802i on desk within 1m
Both AP configured with Do0 2.4 20mhz and Do1 5ghz 40mhz/80mhz
Both AP connected to same switch with same configuration. Even tried swapping ports to isolate but symptoms followed.
5ghz works fine as expected on both AP
Connecting pc and mobile to 3602i 2.4ghz and connect rate around 200mbit on both devices as expected.
Connecting pc and mobile to 2802i 2.4ghz and connect rate is 5mbit on both devices. However, initial connection shows 130mbit before dropping to 5mbit. Traffic throughput confirms ~5mbit download and >1mbit up.
Both AP Do0 2.4ghz radios show same configuration for data rates 1-54, m0-23 etc.
The 2802i is running Mobility Express 18.104.22.168, but older firmware has been tried but symptoms remain.
Clearly this is an issue with the 2802i firmware or configuration, but is there a way to resolve this?
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Have not seen any answers to this but must be a question over the years.
So I have many access points powered with POE injectors and want to know (and monitor) the power being consumed by the access point to determine if there are problems with the PWRINJ or with how much the AP is requiring, which depends on antennas etc.
The AP are connected to non POE switches meaning show power inline is not helpful. But when CDP is enabled on both ends, the AP tells the switch how much power is being drawn from the PWRINJ via POE.
AREA1.SW2#show power inline Available:0.0(w) Used:0.0(w) Remaining:0.0(w) Interface Admin Oper Power Device Class Max (Watts) --------- ------ ---------- ------- ------------------- ----- ---- AREA1.SW2#show cdp nei gi0/9 detail ------------------------- Device ID: AREA1.AP2.xxxx Entry address(es): IP address: 192.168.1.12 Platform: cisco AIR-SAP3602I-A-K9, Capabilities: Trans-Bridge Source-Route-Bridge IGMP Interface: GigabitEthernet0/9, Port ID (outgoing port): GigabitEthernet0 Holdtime : 164 sec Version : Cisco IOS Software, C3600 Software (AP3G2-K9W7-M), Version 15.3(3)JD16, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1) Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport Copyright (c) 1986-2018 by Cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Tue 05-Jun-18 02:29 by prod_rel_team advertisement version: 2 Duplex: full Power drawn: 15.400 Watts Power request id: 34554, Power management id: 1 Power request levels are:15400 13000 0 0 0 Management address(es): IP address: 192.168.1.12 Total cdp entries displayed : 1
So i have thoroughly checked the AP and there are no commands that show power consumption. Even show tech-support has no output that determines how many watts is being consumed by the AP via POE. However, debug cdp ilp has basic information about what is being reported by the AP for CDP requests.
817725: Sep 30 10:26:25.676: CDP-ILP: sent cdp msg:power consumed pwr=15400Spare Pair turned OFF and current index 0 817726: Sep 30 10:26:25.676: CDP-ILP: sent cdp msg:power request reqid=34554 manid=1 rlevel(2)=15400 13000 817727: Sep 30 10:26:28.728: CDP-ILP: rcvd cdp msg:power available reqid=0 manid=1 alevel=0 mlevel=-1 817728: Sep 30 10:26:28.728: CDP-ILP: power state:INJECTOR_CONFIGURED_ON_SOURCE event:ZERO_PWR unchanged
Clearly the AP knows its on POE and how much power is being drawn, so why do AP's not show power consumption? Logically it should be where the non existent show env all would be located and definitely should be SNMP reportable. Are there MIB's to find out POE drawn power usage?
Any feedback or help would be great.
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Curious if there is an actual reason in this day and age why the Cisco 3600 series AP running the latest autonomous IOS, will fully accept, detect and configure the RM3000AC wave1 module but still will not let it advertise SSID. I understand that this still only works with lightweight IOS and a WLAN controller. Although the datasheet isnt exactly clear, nor documents that it can only be used with WLAN controller, but however does go on to detail how awesome the module is in every way and how easy field upgrades are. I agree, it sounds great. Why is Cisco not trying to corner the WLAN market with 11.ac products? There must be an awful lot of 3600 series AP out there in production not using a controller that could use this? I personally would rather be using this AP than another brand. So why not the autonomous firmware to support this? Many thanks.
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My first post here I have a 877w upgraded to 52mb flash, 256mb RAM and upgraded the IOS to c870-advipservicesk9-mz.151-4.M7. Upon reload there is a long pause (compared to older IOS) at the hardware and interfaces run down section. When it continues as per normal it repeatedly shows this Sending to SPI failed Sending to SPI failed Reading from SPI failed but eventually stops after about 30 seconds, maybe 600 lines? The router appears to function perfectly after that as i have not detected any issues. I erased the config and nvram just in case, reloaded and same error shows. I install c870-advipservicesk9-mz.151-4.M6 and get the same error. I thought this could be the upgraded ram or wireless at fault so tried this on a stock 877 and got the same results, even on clean nvram factory reset I only googled one other post about this but on an 871. Is this something known? seems uncommon... Many thanks.
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