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S12700 V200R013C00 Log Reference

This document provides the explanations, causes, and recommended actions of logs on the product.
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WLAN

WLAN

WLAN/4/AC_AUTHENTICATE_FAIL

Message

WLAN/4/AC_AUTHENTICATE_FAIL: Failed to authenticate services with the peer device (local address=[STRING], peer address=[STRING], service=[STRING])

Description

The local device failed to authenticate services with the peer device.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
local address Indicates the IP address of the local device.
peer address Indicates the IP address of the peer device.
service Indicates the type of the service to be authenticated.

Possible Causes

Cause 1:

The service type is Roam, and no peer member is configured for the mobility group.

Cause 2:

The service type is Election, and the number of STAs connected to the elected Leader AP has reached the maximum.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the corresponding configuration is correct based on the service type.

    • If the alarm is cleared, go to 4.
    • If not, go to 2

  2. Correct the configuration and then check whether the service is recovered.

    • If the alarm is cleared, go to 3.
    • If not, go to 4

  3. Run the display wlan wlkm link-info command in the diagnostic view to check whether the service link is successfully established.

    • If the alarm is cleared, go to 5.
    • If not, go to 4

  4. Collect alarms, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  5. End.

WLAN/4/AP_CHANNEL_CONTIGUOUS

Message

WLAN/4/AP_CHANNEL_CONTIGUOUS:When the two 5G radios work on neighboring channels, user experience is affected.(MAC=[OPAQUE], ApID=[ULONG], Sysname=[STRING], Reason=[STRING])

Description

5G radios of an AP work on adjacent channels, affecting user experience.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
MAC Indicates the MAC address of the AP.
ApID Indicates the AP ID.
Sysname Indicates the AP name.
Reason Indicates the reason that the 5G radios work on adjacent channels.

Possible Causes

There are not sufficient calibration channels for 5G radios of an AP. If three radios of an AP work on the 5 GHz band, at least five calibration channels are required. If two radios of an AP work on the 5 GHz band, at least three calibration channels are required. If there are not sufficient calibration channels, the interval between calibration channels is smaller than one channel.

Procedure

  1. Increase the number of channels in a calibration channel set.

    The following assumes five channels in a calibration channel set.

    <HUAWEI> system-view
    [HUAWEI] wlan 
    [HUAWEI-wlan-view] regulatory-domain-profile name huawei
    [HUAWEI-wlan-regulate-domain-huawei] dca-channel 5g channel-set 149,153,157,161,165

  2. Check whether the log is generated after radio calibration.

    • If so, go to 3
    • If not, go to 4

  3. Collect the related alarm, log, and configuration information, and contact Huawei technical support personnel.
  4. End

WLAN/3/AP_NORMAL_TO_FAULT

Message

WLAN/3/AP_NORMAL_TO_FAULT: AP changed from normal to fault. (MAC=[OPAQUE], ApID=[ULONG], Sysname=[STRING], Reason=[STRING], APIP=[STRING])

Description

The AP state changed to fault.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
MAC Indicates the AP's MAC address.
ApID Indicates the AP ID.
Sysname Indicates the AP's system name.
APIP Indicates the AP's IP address.
Reason

Indicates the reason why the AP state changed to fault. For details, see Table 155-1.

Possible Causes

For details, see Table 155-1.

Procedure

  1. Handle faults according to handling suggestions in Table 155-1.

    Table 155-1  Possible reasons and suggestions for APs to go offline

    Reason Why an AP Goes Offline

    Suggestion

    The AC country code is modified.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The AP is replaced.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    Reboot by ap update reset command.

    The AP resets to load the new version file after the upgrade, and no action is required.

    A command is delivered to reboot an AP.

    The AC delivers a reboot command to the AP, and no action is required.

    An AP is deleted.

    The AP is deleted on the AC, and no action is required.

    The license expires: License resources for the AC to manage APs are insufficient.

    Apply for a new license.

    Huawei's Electronic Software Delivery Platform (ESDP) is accessible from the Internet and Huawei intranet.

    Insufficient license resources.

    Choose one of the following handling suggestions based on the networking:
    • If license control is deployed, check whether the link between the license server and client is disconnected. If so, restore the link.
    • If N+1 or dual-link backup is deployed, check whether the active and standby link is disconnected. If so, restore the link.
    • If the number of APs on the network exceeds the total number of license resources, apply for a new license.

    The AP is added to the blacklist.

    Check whether the AP needs to be added to the blacklist.

    A CAPWAP tunnel is faulty (due to inconsistent link IDs).

    No action is required. The AP will automatically attempt to recover the link.

    The DTLS configuration of the CAPWAP tunnel changes.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The AP's factory settings are restored.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The radio type is inconsistent between the AC and AP.

    Run the display ap config-info command to verify the AP radio configuration.

    Heartbeat packet transmission for the CAPWAP data tunnel between the AC and AP times out.

    Check the intermediate network between the AP and AC.

    Heartbeat packet transmission for the CAPWAP control tunnel between the AC and AP times out.

    Check the intermediate network between the AP and AC.

    The dual-link networking configuration is modified.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    The AP name is modified.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The AP group name is modified.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The management VLAN is modified.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    AP provisioning parameters are set.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The CAPWAP source IP address is deleted.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The central AP goes offline.

    Check the reason why the central AP goes offline.

    The central AP proactively reboots RUs.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    The AP is powered off and restarts.

    Check the AP power supply.

    An internal error (KP) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (VOS signal error) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (forwarding error monitored by MFPI) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (PKO error monitored by MSC) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (reset due to timer expiration) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (reset of the write CPLD register) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    The reset button is pressed to reset the AP.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    The AP restarts due to a CANBUS reset.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    The AP restarts due to AP interference: APs are located closely, generating interference.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    The AP restarts due to a firmware exception.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    The CAPWAP sensitive-info PSK is modified.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    The CAPWAP integrity-check PSK is modified.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    The country code is inconsistent on the AC and AP.

    Check the country code configuration on the AC and AP.

    The AP is forcibly disconnected: in specific scenarios, for example, when the CAPWAP tunnel capacity is reached.

    No action is required.

    The wideband status change.

    The AP goes offline due to normal configuration changes, and no action is required.

    Reset for a configuration delivery failure.

    Check network connectivity. If no problem is found, contact technical support personnel.

    Reboot for the branch group of AP change.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    The AC license expires.

    Re-activate the AC license.

    A CAPWAP tunnel is faulty (due to a CAPWAP link entry verification failure)

    The AP will automatically attempt to recover the link, and no action is required.

    Batch delete

    Check whether the active AC runs properly. When the active AC is restored, the AP switches to this active AC to go online.

    Switch service radio to proxy scanning radio.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    Switch proxy scanning radio to service radio.

    The configuration change causes the AP to automatically reboot, and no action is required.

    An internal error (Reset for firmware abnormal) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for abnormal network port self-healing) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for the forcible AP disconnection in specific scenarios) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for slow task switching) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for MFPI detect CAP PBUF use out) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for abnormal wifi txrx self-healing) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for exception(redis-server exit)) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for exception(confd exit)) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for exception(callhome exit)) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

    An internal error (Reset for an abnormal process) occurs.

    Contact technical support personnel.

  2. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  3. End

WLAN/3/AP_PROVISION_COMMIT_FAIL

Message

WLAN/3/AP_PROVISION_COMMIT_FAIL: Failed to commit AP provision. (MAC=[OPAQUE], ApID=[ULONG], Sysname=[STRING], Reason=[STRING])

Description

Failed to commit the AP configuration.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
MAC Indicates the AP's MAC address.
ApID Indicates the AP ID.
Sysname Indicates the AP's system name.
Reason
Indicates the reason why the AP provision failed to be committed.
  • AP decode fail: The AP fails to parse the configuration delivered by the AC.
  • Message send fail: The AC fails to deliver the AP configuration.
  • Message timeout: AP configuration delivery by the AC times out.

Possible Causes

The link between the AP and AC was faulty or the link environments were bad. As a result, the provision configuration packet sent from the AC to the AP was lost.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the link between the AP and AC is working properly.

    • If so, go to 2.
    • If not, go to 3.

  2. Restart the AP and check whether the log is still generated.

    • If so, go to 3.
    • If not, go to 4.

  3. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  4. End

WLAN/3/AP_RESET

Message

WLAN/3/AP_RESET: AP would be reset. (MAC=[OPAQUE], ApID=[ULONG], Sysname=[STRING], Reason=[STRING])

Description

The AP restarted.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
MAC AP's MAC address.
ApID AP ID.
Sysname AP's system name.
Reason Reason for an AP restart. If the reason is config-fail, the AP is restarted because configuration delivery fails.

Possible Causes

The configuration fails to be delivered to an AP when it goes online, and the AP then restarts.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the AP can go online after the restart.

    • Yes => 3
    • No => 2

  2. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  3. End

WLAN/3/AP_RESET_FAIL

Message

WLAN/3/AP_RESET_FAIL: AP reset failed. (MAC=[OPAQUE], ApID=[ULONG], Sysname=[STRING], Reason=[STRING])

Description

The AP failed to be restarted.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
MAC Indicates the AP's MAC address.
ApID Indicates the AP ID.
Sysname Indicates the AP's system name.
Reason
Indicates the reason for an AP restart failure.
  • update reset: The AP is upgraded.
  • clear config: The AP configuration is cleared.
  • reset timeout: The AP configuration command execution times out because the port is down.
  • other reason: Other reasons.

Possible Causes

The link between the AP and AC was faulty or the link environments were bad. As a result, the restart packet sent from the AC to the AP was lost.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the link between the AP and AC is working properly.

    • If so, go to 2.
    • If not, go to 3.

  2. Restart the AP and check whether the log is still generated.

    • If so, go to 3.
    • If not, go to 4.

  3. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  4. End

WLAN/3/DTLS_PSK_SET_FAIL

Message

WLAN/3/DTLS_PSK_SET_FAIL: Failed to deliver DTLS PSK. (LinkID=[ULONG], ClientMac=[OPAQUE], Reason=[STRING])

Description

Failed to deliver the PSK when the CAPWAP tunnel is encrypted using DTLS.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
LinkID Indicates the CAPWAP tunnel ID.
ClientMac Indicates the MAC address of DTLS negotiation packet receiver.
Reason
Indicates the reason why DTLS encryption failed.
  • Message send fail: The sender fails to send packets.
  • Response message decode error: The sender fails to parse the received response packet because the response packet is invalid.
  • Response message return error: The sender receives a notification indicating that the receiver fails to parse packets.
  • Message timeout: The sender does not receive any response packet.

Possible Causes

The link between the sender and receiver was faulty.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the link between the sender and receiver is working properly.

    • If so, go to 2.
    • If not, go to 3.

  2. Restart the receiver and check whether the log is still generated.

    • If so, go to 3.
    • If not, go to 4.

  3. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  4. End

WLAN/4/WCWP_LOG_USER_WARN

Message

WLAN/4/WCWP_LOG_USER_WARN: %s, the user choose %c

Description

Users performed interactive operations.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
%s
  • When deciding whether to change dtls switch, the user choose: The device asks whether to enable DTLS encryption.
  • When deciding whether to delete capwap source, the user choose: The device asks whether to delete the CAPWAP source interface.
  • When deciding whether to change default psk, the user choose: The device asks whether to change the default PSK of the CAPWAP tunnel.
  • When deciding whether to change capwap share-key, the user choose: The device asks whether to change the PSK for encrypting sensitive information.
%c
  • y: Users entered y.
  • n: Users entered n.

Possible Causes

Interactive operations between the device and users were recorded.

Procedure

  1. This log is informational only, and no action is required.

WSTA/5/IWAP_LOG_CLIENT_INFO_ROAM_OR_OFFLINE_INFO

Message

WSTA/5/IWAP_LOG_CLIENT_INFO_ROAM_OR_OFFLINE_INFO:[IWAP_CLIENT_INFO_ROAM_INFO]ACMAC:[STRING1];ACNAME:[STRING2];CurrentAPMAC:[STRING3];CurrentAPNAME:[STRING4];CurrentRSSI(dBm):[LONG];APMAC:[STRING5];APNAME:[STRING6];RADIO:[ULONG];BAND:[STRING7];SSID:[STRING8];USER:[STRING9];MAC:[STRING10];TIME:[STRING11];ZONE:UTC+[ULONG];DAYLIGHT:[STRING12];ERRCODE:[ULONG];RESULT:[STRING13];OnlineTime(s):[ULONG];UpPacketNum:[UINT64];UpByte:[UINT64];DownPacketNum:[UINT64];DownByte:[UINT64];RSSI(dBm):[LONG];

WSTA/5/IWAP_LOG_CLIENT_INFO_ROAM_OR_OFFLINE_INFO:[IWAP_CLIENT_INFO_OFFLINE_FLOW_INFO]ACMAC:[STRING1];ACNAME:[STRING2];APMAC:[STRING3];APNAME:[STRING4];RADIO:[ULONG];SSID:[STRING5];USER:[STRING6];MAC:[STRING7];TIME:[STRING8];ZONE:UTC+[ULONG];DAYLIGHT:[STRING9];ERRCODE:[ULONG];RESULT:[STRING10];OnlineTime(s):[ULONG];UpPacketNum:[UINT64];UpByte:[UINT64];DownPacketNum:[UINT64];DownByte:[UINT64];AvgRSSI(dBm):[LONG];AvgSNR(dB):[ULONG];Band:[STRING11];VLAN:[ULONG];IP:[STRING12];

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the report-sta-info enable command in the WLAN view.

Description

Information about STA roaming or going-offline was recorded.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

ACMAC

Indicates the AC's MAC address.

ACNAME

Indicates the AC's system name.

CurrentAPMAC

Indicates the MAC address of the AP to which a user roams.

CurrentAPNAME

Indicates the system name of the AP to which a user roams.

CurrentRSSI Indicates the RSSI of the AP to which a STA roams.
RSSI Indicates the RSSI of the AP from which a STA roams.

APMAC

Indicates the AP's MAC address.

APNAME

Indicates the AP's system name.

RADIO

Indicates the radio ID.

BAND Indicates the working frequency band of a radio.

SSID

Indicates the SSID.

USER

Indicates the user name.

MAC

Indicates the user's MAC address.

TIME

Indicates the system time.

ZONE:UTC+

Indicates the time zone.

DAYLIGHT

Indicates whether the daylight saving time is used.

  • true: The daylight saving time is used.
  • false: The daylight saving time is not used.

ERRCODE

Indicates the failure/state error code.

RESULT

Indicates the failure reason.

OnlineTime(s)

Indicates the online duration of the user.

UpPacketNum

Indicates the number of upstream packets.

UpByte

Indicates the number of upstream bytes.

DownPacketNum

Indicates the number of downstream packets.

DownByte

Indicates the number of downstream bytes.

AvgRSSI(dBm)

Indicates the user's average RSSI.

AvgSNR(dB)

Indicates the user's average SNR.

Band

Indicates the user's band.

VLAN

Indicates the user's accessed VLAN.

IP

Indicates the user's IP address.

Possible Causes

  • Users roamed between different APs on a WLAN.

  • Users could not connect to the WLAN and got offline.

Procedure

  1. This log is informational only, and no action is required.

WSTA/3/WLAN_LOG_USER

Message

WSTA/3/WLAN_LOG_USER:[WLAN_STA_INFO_AP_ASSOCIATE]ACMAC:[STRING1];ACNAME:[STRING2];APMAC:[STRING3];APNAME:[STRING4];APIP:[STRING5];RADIO:[UCHAR];BAND:[STRING6];SSID:[STRING7];USER:[STRING8];MAC:[STRING9];TIME:[ULONG];ZONE:UTC[STRING10];DAYLIGHT:[STRING11];ERRCODE:[ULONG];RESULT:[STRING12]

Description

Users failed to associate with the AP.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
ACMAC Indicates the AC's MAC address.
ACNAME Indicates the AC's system name.
APMAC Indicates the AP's MAC address.
APNAME Indicates the AP's system name.
APIP Indicates the AP's IP address.
RADIO Indicates the radio ID.
BAND Indicates the working frequency band of a radio.
SSID Indicates the SSID.
USER Indicates the user name.
MAC Indicates the user's MAC address.
TIME Indicates the system time.
ZONE:UTC Indicates the time zone and daylight saving time.
DAYLIGHT

Indicates whether the daylight saving time is used.

  • true: The daylight saving time is used.
  • false: The daylight saving time is not used.
ERRCODE Indicates the failure/state error code.
RESULT
Indicates the failure reason.
  • FailType is Reason code, a user has gone offline unexpectedly: User went offline unexpectedly.
  • FailType is Reason code, assoc timeout: User association fails.
  • FailType is Reason code, other reason: Other reasons cause the user online failure.
  • FailType is Status code, the STA does not support the basic rate set required by the AP: The user's basic rate set do not match.
  • FailType is Status code, ap reach max user: The number of users associated with the AP reaches the upper limit.
  • FailType is Status code, encryption mode error: The authentication algorithm is not supported when the user sends authentication requests.
  • FailType is Status code, STA WMM capability mismatch: The user WMM capability does not match.
  • FailType is Status code, STA ESS capability mismatch: The network type flag carried by the user is not ESS.
  • FailType is Status code, STA SST capability mismatch: The user does not support short slot time.
  • FailType is Status code, STA spectrum capability mismatch: In the 802.11h only mode, the user does not support dynamic frequency selection.
  • FailType is Status code, STA of 802.11b is forbidden to access: The access of STAs that support 802.11b is rejected.
  • FailType is Status code, other reason: Other reasons cause the user online failure.
  • FailType is AC code, exceeded the maximum number of access users to the AC: The number of users associated with the device exceeds the upper limit. The error code is predefined on the AC.
  • FailType is AC code, assoc global whitelist isn't match: The user does not match the global user whitelist.
  • FailType is AC code, assoc global blacklist match: The user matches the global user blacklist.
  • FailType is AC code, assoc vap whitelist isn't match: The user does not match the VAP whitelist.
  • FailType is AC code, assoc vap blacklist match: The user matches the VAP blacklist.
  • FailType is AC code, assoc dynamic blacklist match: The user matches the dynamic user blacklist.
  • FailType is AC code, refused by load balance: The association failure is caused by the load balancing function.
  • FailType is AC code, refused by association element error: The length of association messages is incorrect, causing an association failure.
  • FailType is AC code, inconsistent security policies for SSIDs before and after STA roaming: The user security policy check fails, so roaming is rejected.
  • FailType is AC code, refused by roam check fail(state): The user state is not stable, so roaming is rejected.
  • FailType is AC code, refused by roam check fail(others): Other user information check fails, so roaming is rejected.
  • FailType is AC code, refused by vap reach max user(AC): The number of users associated with VAPs on the device reaches the upper limit.

Possible Causes

The user failed to go online. For details about the reasons, see RESULT.

Procedure

  • This log is informational only, and no action is required.

WLAN/6/STA_AUTHEN_FAIL

Message

WLAN/6/STA_AUTHEN_FAIL: Station authenticated failed. (StaMAC=[OPAQUE], AuthMethod=[STRING])

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the set wlan wsta logout enable command in the diagnostic view.

Description

STA authentication failed.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
StaMAC MAC address of the STA.
AuthMethod Authentication mode.

Possible Causes

Key negotiation fails, or the STA authentication on the AC times out.

Procedure

  1. Enter the correct user name and password, and check whether the log message persists.

    • Yes => 2
    • No => 3

  2. Collect traps, logs, and configurations, and contact technical support personnel.
  3. End

WLAN/6/STA_AUTHEN_SUCCESS

Message

WLAN/6/STA_AUTHEN_SUCCESS: Station authenticated successful. (StaMAC=[OPAQUE], AuthMethod=[STRING])

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the set wlan wsta logout enable command in the diagnostic view.

Description

STA authentication succeeded.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
StaMAC MAC address of the STA.
AuthMethod Authentication mode.

Possible Causes

STA authentication succeeded.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

WLAN/6/STA_OFFLINE

Message

WLAN/6/STA_OFFLINE: Station went offline from the AP. (StaMAC=[OPAQUE], SSID=[STRING], ApMAC=[OPAQUE])

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the set wlan wsta logout enable command in the diagnostic view.

Description

An STA went offline from the AP.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
StaMAC MAC address of the offline STA.
SSID SSID of the network from which the STA went offline.
ApMAC MAC address of the AP from which the STA went offline.

Possible Causes

An STA went offline from the AP.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

WLAN/6/STA_ONLINE

Message

WLAN/6/STA_ONLINE: Station went online on the AP. (StaMAC=[OPAQUE], SSID=[STRING], ApMAC=[OPAQUE])

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the set wlan wsta logout enable command in the diagnostic view.

Description

A STA went online on the AP.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
StaMAC MAC address of the online STA.
SSID SSID of the network on which the STA went online.
ApMAC MAC address of the AP on which the STA went online.

Possible Causes

A STA went online on the AP.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

WLAN/6/STA_ROAM

Message

WLAN/6/STA_ROAM: Station roamed from an AP to another AP. (StaMAC=[OPAQUE], OldApMAC=[OPAQUE], NewApMAC=[OPAQUE])

NOTE:

When there are a large number of users, this log is frequently recorded, affecting system performance and overwriting other log information. Therefore, this log is not recorded by default. To enable the system to record this log, run the set wlan wsta logout enable command in the diagnostic view.

Description

A STA roamed from one AP to another.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
StaMAC Indicates the MAC address of the STA.
OldApMAC Indicates the MAC address of the AP from which the STA roams.
NewApMAC Indicates the MAC address of the AP to which the STA roams.

Possible Causes

A STA roamed from one AP to another.

Procedure

  1. This log is informational only, and no action is required.

WLAN/4/WLAN_LOG_USER_WARN

Message

WLAN/4/WLAN_LOG_USER_WARN: %s, the user choose %c

Description

Users performed interactive operations.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
%s
  • When deciding whether to commit configuration: Whether to deliver the configuration to the AP.
  • When deciding whether to delete AP: Whether to delete the AP.
  • When deciding whether to reset AP: Whether to restart the AP.
  • When deciding whether to reset AP to the manufacturing default configuration: Whether to restore the factory settings of the AP.
  • When deciding whether to run AP ping command: Whether to run the ping command on the AP.
  • When deciding whether to modify AP: Whether to modify AP information.
  • When deciding whether to clear unauthen AP record: Whether to clear the unauthenticated AP list.
  • When deciding whether to change the country code: Whether to modify the country code.
  • When deciding whether to change the ap update filename: Whether to modify the upgrade file of the AP.
  • When deciding whether to delete the ap update schedule-task: Whether to delete scheduled upgrade tasks of the AP.
  • When deciding whether to modify the work mode: Whether to change the radio working mode.
  • When deciding whether to change radio-frequency: Whether to change the radio frequency band.
  • When deciding whether to reset AP boot count: Whether to reset AP restart statistics.
  • When deciding whether to delete radio 0's vap: Whether to delete the VAP of radio 0 from the AP.
  • When deciding whether to delete radio 1's vap: Whether to delete the VAP of radio 1 from the AP.
  • When deciding whether to delete radio2's vap: Whether to delete the VAP of radio 2 from the AP.
  • When deciding whether to delete all radio's vap: Whether to delete VAPs of all radios from the AP.
  • When deciding whether to commit provision-apc: Whether to modify AP online parameters.
  • When deciding whether to configure fat (or fat&cloud) update file: A Fat AP software package is specified for the AP upgrade.
  • When deciding whether to change wideband switch: Whether to enable the wideband function.
  • When deciding whether to change scan switch: Whether to enable the air scan function.
  • When deciding whether to change the capwap message integrity check PSK: Whether to change the PSK for checking integrity of CAPWAP packets.
  • When deciding whether to change the CAPWAP message integrity check status: Whether to enable integrity check of CAPWAP packets.
  • When deciding whether to change the CAPWAP message integrity check status between controllers: Whether to enable integrity check of CAPWAP packets between controllers.
  • When deciding whether to change the CAPWAP message integrity check PSK between controllers: Whether to change the PSK for checking integrity of CAPWAP packets between controllers.
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  • y: Users entered y.
  • n: Users entered n.

Possible Causes

Interactive operations between the device and users were recorded.

Procedure

  1. This log is informational only, and no action is required.
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