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Flexconnect ISSUE

Hi;

 

              There is some issue with the Flex Connect AP's.  We are using 8.0.110.0 and the flex connect AP loses its vlan mappings and getting mapped to the native vlan id.

 

 

 

 

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Please go through the bellow

Please go through the bellow post which is related to your issue, hope this can help you.

Here you go : https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11837926/lost-vlan-mapping-wlc-5508-flexconnect

Cisco Employee

1. By default, a VLAN is not

1. By default, a VLAN is not enabled on the FlexConnect access point. After FlexConnect is enabled, the access point inherits the VLAN ID associated to the WLAN. This configuration is saved in the access point and received after the successful join response. By default, the native VLAN is 1. One native VLAN must be configured per FlexConnect access point in a VLAN-enabled domain. Otherwise, the access point cannot send and receive packets to and from the controller.

2.To preserve the VLAN mappings in the access point after an upgrade or downgrade, it is necessary that the access point join is restricted to the controller for which it is primed. That is, no other discoverable controller with a different configuration should be available by other means. Similarly, at the time the access point joins, if it moves across controllers which have different VLAN mappings, the VLAN mappings at the access point may get mismatched.

For more information, Please follow the below link:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/7-2/configuration/guide/cg/cg_flexconnect.html#wp1245000

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