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  1. EAP1750H, firmware 2.0.361 I have problem with that one of 3 SSIDs disconnects and reconnects, and never stops. I have a scheduled reboot of the AP every day and after a reboot the networks work as normal, bug after a few hours (it varies) the SSID will disappear and appear again, constantly until next reboot. Since the wifi-network is removed and added all the time, the clients that use this network are unable to do so. I have two other SSID (same configuration) that works great. I have tried to set the network to only be a 2.4GHz network but that does not seem to help. Because of this I suspect that it's one of the clients that is causing the SSID to disappear. Below are some logs that I saw directly after the network had disappeared. Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: wmi_unified_vdev_install_key_send Setting Key for Macaddress:0x7b--- Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: TXRX: sec spec for peer 86dd4800 (f0:f6:1c:0a:----): ucast key of type 0 Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: TXRX: ol_rx_peer_unmap_handler: peer 86dd4800 with ID 52 to be unmapped. Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Node deleted (NC = 0) Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Keyix=0 Keylen=16 Keyflags=0 Cipher=0 Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1911033] WAL_DBGID_SECURITY_UCAST_KEY_SET ( 0x0 ) Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Keydata=0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 Dec 30 14:47:27 EAP1750H daemon.info hostapd: ath50: STA f0:f6:1c:---- IEEE 802.11: disassociated Dec 30 14:47:18 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900905] WAL_DBGID_TX_BA_SETUP ( 0x434d74, 0x0, 0x0, 0x10, 0x1 ) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: TXRX: sec spec for peer 86dd4800 (f0:f6:1c:----): ucast key of type 6 Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Keyix=0 Keylen=16 Keyflags=0 Cipher=4 Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900476] WAL_DBGID_TX_BA_SETUP ( 0x434d74, 0x6, 0x2, 0x10, 0x1 ) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900476] RATE: ChainMask 1, phymode 6, ni_flags 0x00003006, vht_mcs_set 0x0000, ht_mcs_set 0x00ff, legacy_rate_set 0x0401 Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900308] WAL_DBGID_SECURITY_UCAST_KEY_SET ( 0x0 ) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900308] WAL_DBGID_SECURITY_ENCR_EN ( ) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900308] WAL_DBGID_SECURITY_ALLOW_DATA ( 0x434d74 ) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: FWLOG: [1900264] RATE: ChainMask 1, phymode 6, ni_flags 0x00003006, vht_mcs_set 0x0000, ht_mcs_set 0x00ff, legacy_rate_set 0x1cff14 Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: wmi_unified_vdev_install_key_send Setting Key for Macaddress:0x7b61---- Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Unicast Keyidx set=5 Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Keydata=0x6e 0xdd 0x64 0xf9 0xc2 0xf3 0x8d 0xd5 0xac 0xaf 0xb0 0x8d 0xe4 0x4c 0xc6 0x7a Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H daemon.info hostapd: ath50: STA f0:f6:---- WPA: pairwise key handshake completed (RSN) Dec 30 14:47:17 EAP1750H daemon.info hostapd: ath50: STA f0:f6:---- RADIUS: starting accounting session 573D7522-00000001 Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: wmi_unified_event_rx : no registered event handler : event id 0x901c Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: ht numrates 8 , vht mcs set 0x0 maxratevht 0x0 Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: [ieee80211_ioctl_setmlme] non sta mode, skip to set bssid Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: Node Added (NC = 1) Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: After: 3 2 1 0 Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: 140, 18, 152, 36, 176, 72, 96, 108, Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: PHYMODE=0x6 NSS=1 FLAGS=0x3006 max_mpdu=32767 Dec 30 14:47:16 EAP1750H user.warn kernel: ASSOC SUCCESS: MAC:f0:f6:1c:---- Dec 30 14:37:49 EAP1750H syslog.info syslogd started: BusyBox v1.19.4
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