Step 2 - On the Product License Registration page, choose Licenses Not Requiring a PAK.
Step 3 - Choose Cisco Wireless Controllers DTLS License under Wireless.
Step 4 - Complete the remaining steps to generate the license file.
The license will be provided online or via email.
If the issue persists after installing the DTLS license, grab the message log
from the OEAP AP and run the following debugs from the WLC CLI
Debug mac addr <Mac address of OEAP>
Debug capwap events enable
Debug capwap errors enable
The Debug output is as shown below:
*spamApTask5: May 07 17:03:56.167: %LWAPP-3-VALIDATE_ERR: spam_lrad.c:9649 Validation of
SPAM_VENDOR_SPECIFIC_PAYLOAD failed - AP ec:c8:82:c3:f9:80
*spamApTask5: May 07 17:03:56.167: %LWAPP-3-RD_ERR8: spam_lrad.c:9795 Country code (CN)
not configured for AP ec:c8:82:c3:f9:80
It looks like the WLC isn't allowing it to connect since the country code isn't configured. To configure country code, go to Wireless -> Country and enable the country code for the OEAP AP.
OEAP AP unable to join WLC across WAN
Follow the steps below to resolve the issue:
Check the IP connectivity between WLC from AP, use ping to confirm..
Login to OEAP and collect the logs from logs section.
Run the following commands on WLC
# debug capwap events enable
# debug capwap errors enable
From WLC GUI navigate to Monitor > AP statistics > select the AP name.
This will show last successful or unsuccessful attempt of AP join.
From logs it was shown that AP is not able to join because of regulatory domain mismatch.
However this was not right as the country was set correctly and regulatory domain was right.
*spamApTask1: Oct 13 18:45:53.289: e0:5f:b9:de:f5:c0 Regulatory Domain Mismatch: AP e0:5f:b9:de:f5:c0 not allowed to join. Regulatory Domain check failed -
The resolution for this bug is to upgrade WLC code. Once you upgrade the AP join issue on OEAP will be resolved.
This is documented in the Cisco internal Bug
Known Affected Releases:
but fixed in
Known Fixed Releases:
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