I recieve the same critical alerts in WCS the same time each week on the same 2100 series WLC:
Port '3' is down on Controller '10.x.x.x. - Controller Name: WLC1
Port '4' is down on Controller '10.x.x.x. - Controller Name: WLC1
Port '5' is down on Controller '10.x.x.x. - Controller Name: WLC1
This is a false positive because these ports are not currently being used. I can choose to acknowledge or clear these alerts but WCS keeps generating them. I could not find any settings or thresholds where I can tell WCS to stop reporting these alerts.
Does anyone know what other actions I can take to stop generating these alerts?
It’s been a long road for our AireOS wireless controllers. In fact these products have been around Cisco in some form since 2005. As you may have heard, Cisco made the decision to End-of-Sale (EOS) these products last month.
That means that these AireOS ...
Hello Community, I have an issue where APs do not connect to the WLC. Connection is made over VPN. Until yesterday all 3 APfailed with below errors. We change the LAN connection to a cisco router and now one of the AP magically connected to the...
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New implementation for the WLC Config Analyzer. it is a new re-write of the application, with clean up and improved checks
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We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the IOS-XE release 17.4.1 for the Catalyst Wireless Controllers. The new code is now posted on the CCO and can be found at this link: