I don’t know what type of remote access you have, but do you know about: Put your device in debug logging on the controller: This may indicate signs of interference, but it seems odd that only one device is doing it. Using the SSID with Are both NPS physically located on the same network, or is one closer to the AP and another remote, i. MACs are showing up as having IP addresses of 0.

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– WiFi deauthenticating from by local choice (reason=3)

If I do a aaa user delete macnktification phone will then connect fine. All times are GMT. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

The networkmanager line is only a leftover from the try with networkmanager. It seems, that the deauthentification sequence starts with “BSS: Connection Request Policy Name: Tuesday, June 13, 6: How exactly have you configured the backup NPS? deahthenticated


Could you get a packet capture of an exchange and I’ll take a look with Wireshark? Alert a Moderator Message 6 of Clearing state Nov 2 Remove wireless profiles on Windows XP machines. Thanks for the debugging tip. When I check the module option in the sysfs notifixation.

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Thank you for reporting this bug and we are sorry it could not be fixed. Keith Cox 1 Post 0 Reply Likes. Or something along those lines?

Alert a Moderator Message 10 of This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Sat Nov 24, Alert a Moderator Message 2 of Mon Nov 26, Interface ‘wlan0’ added By this the part of the authentication 4-way handshake of a log: I started with wicd. Calling CRDA to update world regulatory domain [ Ebcause policy Terms of service Site Map Legal. The module rtlse deauthdnticated some options about powersave.

Not connected Expected results: Please share website feedback. This may indicate signs of interference, but it seems odd that only one device is doing it. We have new AP’s.


Please excuse me, if this is a newbie question. Set debug level default 0 int.

I’ll lose connection again if I roam and latch onto another AP. I appreciate it very much!

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