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TitleWhy do I have multiple rf-domain managers in the same rf-domain on a WiNG network?
Question
Why do I have multiple rf-domain managers in the same rf-domain on a WiNG network?
Environment
  • WiNG 5.x
  • WiNG controllers
  • WiNG APs
  • SSH
  • CLI
  • WebUI
  • Console port (baud rate: 19200 or 115200)
  • RF-domain
  • RF-domain manager (RFDM)
  • Mint Level 1 and 2
  • Remote Sites
  • Layer 3 adoption
Answer
In this particular case the issue was limited to following misconfigured adoption settings:
  1. AP overrides had the controller host setting configured at Mint Level 2 in conjunction with the  controller VLAN setting (Mint level 1)
ap7562 B8-50-01-35-75-58
 use profile default_ap7562
 use rf-domain Extreme_lab_rf_domain
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Omitted
--
interface vlan180
 controller host 10.10.3.80 level 2
 controller vlan 180
  1. The RF-domain did not have a control VLAN configured
rf-domain Extreme_lab_rf_domain
 location Extreme Lab grd flr
 timezone America/New_York
 country-code us
 use smart-rf-policy Extlab-default-policy
To resolve this issue the following were modified:
  1. The Controller VLAN was removed from the AP overrides and only the controller host setting retained:
ap7562 B8-50-01-35-75-58
 use profile default_ap7562
 use rf-domain Extreme_lab_rf_domain
--
Omitted
--
interface vlan180
controller host 10.10.3.80 level 2
  1. The Control vlan was added to the rf-domain:
rf-domain Extreme_lab_rf_domain
 location Extreme Lab grd flr
 timezone America/New_York
 country-code us
 use smart-rf-policy Extlab-default-policy
control-vlan 180
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