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Why are WING Access points are no longer transmitting Data on Ethernet port(s)?

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TitleWhy are WING Access points are no longer transmitting Data on Ethernet port(s)?
Question
Why are WING access points no longer transmitting data on Ethernet ports?
Environment
WING 5.5.5
AP4532
AP4511
Answer
The startup configuration for the affected APs contains a wlan-qos-policy with an invalid name.  The name contains spaces causing the software to recognize the qos policy and cause an invalid configuration to load.  ie.

wlan-qos-policy Student - 20Mbps
rate-limit client to-air
rate-limit client to-air rate 20000
rate-limit client from-air
rate-limit client from-air rate 20000
qos trust dscp
qos trust wmm
!

We need to put quotes around the wlan-qos-policy name, save and reboot AP.  ie.

wlan-qos-policy "Student-20mbps"

 
Additional notes
Some APs have console access that we can recover the APs.  These require a special dongle from TAC.  Please reach out to TAC if recovery is needed. 

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