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P2P calls works only with Passive Client option dissabled

Hi,

l have the following issue with WLC C9800

p2p communication within WLAN does not work when the option „Passive Client" is checked.

how can we make it work with „Passive Client" enabled;

Regards

Boris

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P2P „disabled“:

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„Passive Client“ is  „disabled“ too When this Option is active, Clients can't communicate anymore

 

 

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Arshad Safrulla
VIP Engager

Assuming that you are referring to P2P VOIP calls, and AP's are in Local mode or WLAN is centrally switched, do you have static IP's configured for the wireless clients? If yes have you enabled arp broadcasting?

If you are having issues even after that, can you post a radio active trace (do not enable internal logs) for that cleint and show wireless client mac <mac> detail

 

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Arshad Safrulla

end device is Zebra TC51 - android phone with push to talk over wifi

https://www.zebra.com/content/dam/zebra_new_ia/en-us/solutions-verticals/product/Software/Workforce%20Connect/fact-sheet/workforce-connect-ptt-express-fact-sheet-en-us.pdf

APs are in local mode, IPs are coming by DHCP, only few are reserved;

#show wireless client mac-address 94fb.2950.dcd7 detail

 

Client MAC Address : 94fb.2950.dcd7

Client MAC Type : Universally Administered Address

Client IPv4 Address : 10.55.55.55

Client IPv6 Addresses : fe80::96fb:1111:1111:dcd7

Client Username: N/A

AP MAC Address : 1cd1.1111.c1a0

AP Name: C12510

AP slot : 0

Client State : Associated

Policy Profile : PP_lo

Flex Profile : N/A

Wireless LAN Id: 6

WLAN Profile Name: lo

Wireless LAN Network Name (SSID): lo

BSSID : 1cd1.e017.c1a3

Connected For : 144 seconds

Protocol : 802.11n - 2.4 GHz

Channel : 11

Client IIF-ID : 0xa000031d

Association Id : 1

Authentication Algorithm : Open System

Idle state timeout : N/A

Session Timeout : 0 sec (Timer not running)

Session Warning Time : Timer not running

Input Policy Name  : None

Input Policy State : None

Input Policy Source : None

Output Policy Name  : None

Output Policy State : None

Output Policy Source : None

WMM Support : Enabled

U-APSD Support : Enabled

  U-APSD value : 0

  APSD ACs    : BK, BE, VI, VO

Fastlane Support : Disabled

Client Active State : Active

Power Save : ON

Current Rate : m15

Supported Rates : 18.0,24.0,36.0,48.0,54.0

Mobility:

  Move Count                  : 0

  Mobility Role               : Local

  Mobility Roam Type          : None

  Mobility Complete Timestamp : 09/07/2021 08:23:22 MET

Client Join Time:

  Join Time Of Client : 09/07/2021 08:23:21 MET

Client State Servers : None

Client ACLs : None

Policy Manager State: Run

Last Policy Manager State : IP Learn Complete

Client Entry Create Time : 1309 seconds

Policy Type : WPA2

Encryption Cipher : CCMP (AES)

Authentication Key Management : PSK

AAA override passphrase : No

User Defined (Private) Network : Disabled

User Defined (Private) Network Drop Unicast : Disabled

Encrypted Traffic Analytics : No

Protected Management Frame - 802.11w : No

EAP Type : Not Applicable

VLAN Override after Webauth : No

VLAN : VLAN_Logistik_658

Multicast VLAN : 0

WiFi Direct Capabilities:

  WiFi Direct Capable           : No

Central NAT : DISABLED

Session Manager:

  Point of Attachment : capwap_90000dfb

  IIF ID             : 0x90000DFB

  Authorized         : TRUE

  Session timeout    : 0

  Common Session ID: 0C15380A00048D6EBEECE3F7

  Acct Session ID  : 0x00000000

  Auth Method Status List

        Method : None

  Local Policies:

        Service Template : wlan_svc_PP_lo_local (priority 254)

                VLAN             : VLAN_Lo_611

                Absolute-Timer   : 0

  Server Policies:

  Resultant Policies:

                VLAN Name        : VLAN_Logistik_611

                VLAN             : 611

                Absolute-Timer   : 0

DNS Snooped IPv4 Addresses : None

DNS Snooped IPv6 Addresses : None

Client Capabilities

  CF Pollable : Not implemented

  CF Poll Request : Not implemented

  Short Preamble : Not implemented

  PBCC : Not implemented

  Channel Agility : Not implemented

  Listen Interval : 0

Fast BSS Transition Details :

  Reassociation Timeout : 0

11v BSS Transition : Not implemented

11v DMS Capable : No

QoS Map Capable : No

FlexConnect Data Switching : N/A

FlexConnect Dhcp Status : N/A

FlexConnect Authentication : N/A

FlexConnect Central Association : N/A

Client Statistics:

  Number of Bytes Received : 68683

  Number of Bytes Sent : 670156

  Number of Packets Received : 710

  Number of Packets Sent : 610

  Number of Policy Errors : 0

 Radio Signal Strength Indicator : -57 dBm

  Signal to Noise Ratio : 34 dB

Fabric status : Disabled

Radio Measurement Enabled Capabilities

  Capabilities: None

Client Scan Report Time : Timer not running

Client Scan Reports

Assisted Roaming Neighbor List

Nearby AP Statistics:

  C12510 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 12 s ago     ........ -59  dBm

        antenna 1: 12 s ago     ........ -59  dBm

  C12512 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 12 s ago     ........ -78  dBm

        antenna 1: 12 s ago     ........ -78  dBm

  C11833 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 12 s ago     ........ -75  dBm

        antenna 1: 12 s ago     ........ -75  dBm

  C11882 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 12 s ago     ........ -78  dBm

        antenna 1: 12 s ago     ........ -78  dBm

  C11831 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 12 s ago     ........ -79  dBm

        antenna 1: 12 s ago     ........ -79  dBm

  C11890 (slot 0)

        antenna 0: 52 s ago     ........ -79  dBm

        antenna 1: 52 s ago     ........ -79  dBm

EoGRE : Pending Classification

Device Type      : Zebra-Device

Device Name      : ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Protocol Map     : 0x000001  (OUI)

Max Client Protocol Capability: 802.11n

Cellular Capability : N/A

Arshad Safrulla
VIP Engager

Why you need passive client? This is required only when you have devices that doesn't transmit any IP information. If you are using an common SSID where these kind of devices are connecting, I would suggest you create a new WLAN for your wireless clients. You can also consider advertising the SSID only on the AP's where this is required.

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