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Error Message in cisco controller

Hello All,

When setting DCA interval to 8 hours, it shows the below error. 

"DCA channel interval cannot be set"

Any guess. Thanks in advance

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Hall of Fame Master

If you are running v8.2MR1,

If you are running v8.2MR1, there is a new feature called Flexible Radio Assignment.  You might be running into this as it is set to 1 hour.  You need to set the FRA to an equal of higher value:

config advanced fra interval 24

config advanced 802.11a channel dca interval 24

save config

y

Hope this helps

-Scott

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-Scott
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Did you disable your radios

Did you disable your radios (2.4 & 5 GHz) on your WLC  first ? If not try that

HTH

Rasika

Beginner

Yes.. we did.. it allows to

Yes.. we did.. it allows to set 1hour but throwing error for rest..

Hall of Fame Master

If you are running v8.2MR1,

If you are running v8.2MR1, there is a new feature called Flexible Radio Assignment.  You might be running into this as it is set to 1 hour.  You need to set the FRA to an equal of higher value:

config advanced fra interval 24

config advanced 802.11a channel dca interval 24

save config

y

Hope this helps

-Scott

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-Scott
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Beginner

Thanks scott.. it worked..

Thanks scott.. it worked..

Hall of Fame Master

Glad that worked! -Scott

Glad that worked!

-Scott

-Scott
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Still applicable to 8.2.141.0

Still applicable to 8.2.141.0

How stupid that is? My FRA is disable, but I still have to go into CLI to set it to 24H, without it GUI doesn't allow to change DCA. Cisco is soooo Cisco.

Not applicable

We have enhancement requests

We have an enhancement request (CSCva05977) submitted to resolve this issue in 8.3 and 8.4 releases. As of today it looks like neither has received a commitment to the versions. Please encourage your Cisco contacts to push for these resolutions.

Thanks Chris

Thanks Chris

Beginner

Re: If you are running v8.2MR1,

Thanks Scott
Cisco Employee

Excellent!!! thanks

Excellent!!! thanks.

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