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Release Notes
AOS-W Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5
Copyright
Alcatel-Lucent and the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise logo are trademarks of Alcatel-Lucent. To view other
trademarks used by affiliated companies of ALE Holding, visit:
enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com/trademarks
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The information presented is subject to
change without notice. Neither ALE Holding nor any of its affiliates assumes any responsibility for inaccuracies
contained herein. (January 2017)
Open Source Code
This product includes code licensed under the GNU General Public License, the GNU Lesser General Public
License, and/or certain other open source licenses.
Revision 01 | January 2017
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Contents
Contents
3
Release Overview
6
Contents
6
Contacting Support
6
What's New in this Release
7
Regulatory Domain Updates
7
New Features and Enhancements
7
Support for Huawei E3372H-153 Modem on OAW-IAP205H
Resolved Issues in this Release
7
8
AppRF
8
Datapath/Firewall
8
Mesh
8
Platform
9
VPN
9
Wi-Fi Driver
9
Known Issues
10
AppRF
Features and Enhancements in Previous Releases
Features and Enhancements
10
11
11
Support for Telus Aircard 340U Modem
11
Support for Hotspot 2.0 on OAW-IAP325 Access Points
11
Enhancement to Routing Profile Capability
11
Enhancement for Disabling Default Auto Topology Rules
11
Enhancement to ALE Monitoring Capabilities
11
Allow Zero Touch Provisioning When NTP Server is Unreachable
12
Wildcard Server Certificate Support for Captive Portal
12
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New Command for Using VC IP Address as Source IP Address
Issues Resolved in Previous Releases
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4
13
13
AppRF
13
CLI
13
Configuration
13
Datapath/Firewall
14
GRE
14
Platform
14
Wi-Fi Driver
15
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3
15
OmniVista
15
Authentication
16
Platform
16
VC Management
16
VPN
16
Wi-Fi Driver
17
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2
17
ALE
17
CLI
17
Datapath/Firewall
18
Platform
18
PPPoE
18
Wi-Fi Driver
18
3G/4G Management
19
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1
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12
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OmniVista
19
AppRF
19
Datapath/Firewall
19
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SNMP
20
STM
20
UI
20
Wi-Fi Driver
20
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0
21
AirGroup
21
OmniVista
21
ARM
21
Datapath/Firewall
21
Hotspot 2.0
22
L2/L3 Mobility
22
Platform
22
3G/4G Management
23
UI
23
VC Management
23
VPN
24
Wi-Fi Driver
24
Acronyms and Abbreviations
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Contents | 5
Chapter 1
Release Overview
AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5 is a patch release that introduces enhancements and fixes to the issues found in
the previous release.
For information on upgrading OAW-IAPs to the new release version, refer to the Upgrading an OAW-IAP topic
in the AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 User Guide.
Contents
What's New in this Release on page 7 lists the regulatory information, and fixed issues in AOS-W Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5 release.
Known Issues on page 10 lists the known issues identified in the 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases.
Features and Enhancements in Previous Releases on page 11 describes the features and enhancements in
previous 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases.
Issues Resolved in Previous Releases on page 13 lists the issues fixed in the previous 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases.
Contacting Support
Table 1: Contact Information
Contact Center Online
Main Site
http://enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com
Support Site
https://support.esd.alcatel-lucent.com
Email
[email protected]
Service & Support Contact Center Telephone
North America
1-800-995-2696
Latin America
1-877-919-9526
EMEA
+800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193
Asia Pacific
+65 6240 8484
Worldwide
1-818-878-4507
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Release Overview | 6
Chapter 2
What's New in this Release
This chapter lists the regulatory information, and fixed issues in the AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5 release.
Regulatory Domain Updates
The following table lists the DRT file versions supported by Instant 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases:
Table 2: DRT Versions
Instant Release Version
Applicable DRT Version
6.4.8.8-4.2.4.5
1.0_57815
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4
1.0_57223
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3
1.0_56643
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2
1.0_56050
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1
1.0_55489
6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0
1.0_54870
For a complete list of countries certified with different AP models, see the respective DRT release notes at
support.esd.alcatel-lucent.com.
New Features and Enhancements
The following enhancement is introduced in this release:
Support for Huawei E3372H-153 Modem on OAW-IAP205H
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5, the Huawei E3372H-153 modem is supported on OAW-IAP205H access
points.
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What's New in this Release | 7
Resolved Issues in this Release
The following issues are fixed in the Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5 release.
AppRF
Table 3: AppRF Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
147010
Symptom: Skype for Business sessions marked with SESSION_FLAG_ALG flag which are not skipped
or deleted for stale session entries. The fix ensures that the session entries are skipped if the entries
are stale and ALG is set.
Scenario: This issue was observed in IAP-335 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
Datapath/Firewall
Table 4: Platform Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
152782
Symptom: OAW-IAP275 was booting up with restriction mode on the Cisco 2960 switch if the native
VLAN on the switch port is not 1.This issue is resolved by updating the socket binding protocol for
LLDP packets.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP275 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
Mesh
Table 5: Mesh Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
145637
Symptom: OAW-IAP225 was running into a network loop when the uplink was restored and mesh was
enabled. The fix ensures that the network looping issue is resolved.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP225 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
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Platform
Table 6: Platform Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
154509
127848
Symptom: An OAW-IAP crashed unexpectedly when using Huawei E353 modem. The log file of the
event listed the reason as Reboot caused by kernel panic: Fatal exception. The fix ensures that
the OAW-IAP does not crash unexpectedly
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205H access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
145634
Symptom: An OAW-IAP crashed unexpectedly when using 10Mbps half-duplex uplink and upstream
traffic exceed 10Mbps. The log file of the event listed the reason as kernel panic. The fix ensures that
the OAW-IAP works without kernel panic with same uplink.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP215 and OAW-IAP225 access points running a software
version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
144570
Symptom: An OAW-IAP crashed and rebooted unexpectedly. The log file listed the reason for the
event as Reboot caused by kernel panic: Fatal exception in interrupt. This issue is resolved by
directly accessing the saved context data when crypto context is cleared.
Scenario: This issue occurred when IPsec tunnels were closed and the queued crypto context was
cleared. This issue was observed in IAP-200 Series, IAP-210 Series, or IAP-220 Series access points
running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
152840
Symptom: An OAW-IAP crashed and rebooted unexpectedly due to kernel panic. The fix ensures that
the OAW-IAP does not crash unexpectedly.
Scenario: This issue occurred when large size packets were sent from Centralized, L2 IPsec clients
during an IPsec rekey operation. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP215 access points running a
software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
VPN
Table 7: VPN Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
149319
Symptom: Traffic sent to the corporate network was getting blocked when the volume of the traffic
was heavy during IPsec SA rekey. The fix ensures that the IPsec tunnel device remains active when
IPsec SA rekey is done.
Scenario: This issue occurred during IPsec SA rekey and heavy traffic was sent to the corporate
network through the IPsec tunnel. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP215 access points running a
software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
Wi-Fi Driver
Table 8: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
151995
Symptom: An OAW-IAP crashed and rebooted with the reason: Reboot caused by kernel panic:
Fatal exception. The fix ensures that the OAW-IAP does not crash during compiler optimization.
Scenario: This issue occurred when the compiler optimization was in progress and was observed in
OAW-IAP215 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.5.
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Known Issues
The following known issues are identified in the Instant 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases:
AppRF
Table 9: AppRF Known Issue
Bug ID
Description
120228
Symptom: The Skype application is not getting blocked when the App enforcement ACL is configured.
Scenario: This issue occurs with OAW-IAPs that support the App enforcement feature, and is
observed in all the OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.3.1-4.2.0.0 or later versions.
Workaround: None.
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Chapter 3
Features and Enhancements in Previous Releases
This chapter describes the features and enhancements introduced in previous AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x
releases.
Features and Enhancements
The following features and enhancements were introduced in Instant 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases.
Support for Telus Aircard 340U Modem
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1, the Telus Aircard 340U modem is supported.
Support for Hotspot 2.0 on OAW-IAP325 Access Points
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0, the Hotspot 2.0 (Passpoint Release 1) feature is supported on OAWIAP325 access points. For more information, see:
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Hotspot Profiles in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 User Guide.
Enhancement to Routing Profile Capability
A new field called metric has been added as part of the routing profile configuration. When two or more
routes with the same destination are available for data transfer, the route with the lowest metric value takes
precedence. For more information, see:
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Configuring Routing Profiles in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 User Guide.
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routing-profile command in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 CLI Reference Guide.
Enhancement for Disabling Default Auto Topology Rules
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0, the auto topology rules can be disabled using the Instant UI and CLI. For
more information, see:
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Configuring Firewall Settings to Disable Auto Topology Rules in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 User Guide.
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Firewall command in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 CLI Reference Guide.
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show Firewall command in AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0 CLI Reference Guide.
Enhancement to ALE Monitoring Capabilities
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0, ALE monitoring capabilities have been enhanced to receive notifications
on the Wireless Backup Unit (WBU) stats and status of LTE 3G/4G modems. ALE is now notified with the
following monitoring statistics:
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A LTE 3G/4G modem is plugged in or unplugged from the OAW-IAP USB port.
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The modem is incorrectly plugged in to the USB port of the slave OAW-IAP instead of the master OAW-IAP.
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The current status of the SIM card used in the modem.
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The current status of the uplink in use when the modem is connected to the master OAW-IAP.
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The WBU Rx or Tx bytes from the modem traffic when there is an uplink connectivity between the modem
and the master OAW-IAP.
Additionally, the Master OAW-IAP will now notify ALE through hearbeat messages indicating the status (UP or
DOWN) of the slave OAW-IAPs.
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Allow Zero Touch Provisioning When NTP Server is Unreachable
Starting from Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0, zero-touch provisioning is allowed even when the NTP server is
unavailable.
Wildcard Server Certificate Support for Captive Portal
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4 now supports the wildcard server certificate for captive portal authentication.
New Command for Using VC IP Address as Source IP Address
The following command is introduced in Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4 to use the VC IP address as the source IP
address for a TFTP session.
(Instant AP)# download-source vcip
In the above command, the user enters vcip as a string which gets substituted by the real VC IP
address when executed.
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Chapter 4
Issues Resolved in Previous Releases
This chapter describes the issues fixed in previous AOS-W Instant 6.4.4.x-4.2.4.x releases.
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4
AppRF
Table 10: AppRF Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
139336
138868
Symptom: Whatsapp traffic was not blocked by the OAW-IAP although the deny ACL was applied. The
fix ensures that the blocked whatsapp traffic is not allowed by the OAW-IAP.
Scenario: The WhatsApp traffic block was not functional as the latest version of WhatsApp was not
classified as WhatsApp in the OAW-IAP. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software
version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
141891
142278
141898
Symptom: Some OAW-IAPs in the cluster were unable to pass traffic. This issue is resolved by
introducing a mechanism to monitor and limiting the AppRF process memory.
Scenario: The memory utilization on the affected OAW-IAPs was very high. This issue was observed
on all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
CLI
Table 11: CLI Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
151137
Symptom: The CLI for anOAW-IAP205 access point crashed and began generating multiple core files.
This issue is resolved by making a change to the function used in the OAW-IAP code.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
Configuration
Table 12: Configuration Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
145050
149491
149515
Symptom: The syslog messages from the OAW-IAP indicated a configuration mismatch between the
VC and the slave OAW-IAPs in a cluster. This issue is resolved by initiating the enet-vlan configuration
when the OAW-IAP restarts.
Scenario: This issue occurred when mesh point was configured on the OAW-IAP and enet-vlan
configuration was removed from the master OAW-IAP. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs
running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
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Datapath/Firewall
Table 13: Platform Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
135764
Symptom: OAW-IAPs operating on Instant 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.2 crashed and rebooted with the reboot
reason: Reboot caused by kernel panic: assert. The fix resolves the kernel panic issue.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205 access points running Instant 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.2 and
later versions.
151748
Symptom: AnOAW-IAP crashed and rebooted unexpectedly. The log file for the event listed the
reason as Reboot caused by kernel panic: softlockup: hung tasks. This fix ensures that the
deadlock issue causing the crash is resolved.
Scenario: This issue occurred due a deadlock caused by a recursive lock on the anul lock function
running on the CPU. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running a software
version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
GRE
Table 14: GRE Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
151725
152539
152619
Symptom: OAW-IAP was using unfixed MTU than the specified MTU for GRE fragmentation. This
resulted in packets fragmentated with a different size which may cause possible loss during the
transmission. The fix ensures that the OAW-IAP uses the specified MTU value for GRE fragmentation.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.84.2.4.4.
Platform
Table 15: Platform Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
146564
149935
Symptom: The LLDP process in anOAW-IAP was unable to negotiate high power, shut down the
wrong Ethernet port, and did not enable the radios. The fix ensures that the LLDP process in anOAWIAP works correctly when both Ethernet ports are used.
Scenario: This issue occurred when both Ethernet ports of anOAW-IAP were in use and connected to
PoE+ power sources (which are reliant on LLDP protocol to provide high power). This issue was
observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
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Wi-Fi Driver
Table 16: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
147682
147681
Symptom: A slave OAW-IAP incorrectly classified another OAW-IAP belonging to the same cluster as
a rogue OAW-IAP. The fix ensures that the OAW-IAPs can correct the wrong entry in very short time.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the slave OAW-IAP lost the messages of the updated MAC address
list from the VC. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
141429
Symptom: Access points crashed and rebooted. The log file for the event listed the reason as Reboot
caused by out of memory. The fix ensures that the issue with the memory is resolved.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAP2xx series access points running a software version
prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
145852
152810
Symptom: AOAW-IAP crashed and rebooted unexpectedly. The log file for the event listed the reason
as Reboot caused by kernel panic: Rebooting the AP because of FW ASSERT. This issue is
resolved by checking incoming packets and dropping packets correctly.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
150704
Symptom: OAW-IAP did not send all the interference SSID details to OmniVista. This issue is resolved
by extending the maximum number of entries in the IDS table to 2048.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the IDS table was full and was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a
software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
151866
Symptom: Laptops running a Windows 7 64-bit OS were experiencing crashes when using Intel
wireless chipset Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 or Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260. This issue is resolved
by setting the right value for the beacon interval.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the default value of the beacon interval was altered and was
observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.4.
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3
OmniVista
Table 17: OmniVista Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
150262
Symptom: Configuration changes made on the OAW-IAP through the CLI, UI, or AMP were not
recorded in the syslog by default. The fix ensures that the syslog message is generated when the
configuration is changed.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the syslog level for a configuration was lower than the OAW-IAPs
default syslog level. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
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Authentication
Table 18: Authentication Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
147169
Symptom: The RADIUS server rejected successive authentication requests from the OAW-IAP. The fix
ensures that the RADIUS authentication requests are handled successfully.
Scenario: This issue occurred due to duplicate RADIUS session IDs and was observed in all OAW-IAPs
running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
148693
Symptom: The browser kept displaying a warning or an error claiming the
securelogin.arubanetworks.com certificate had been revoked, causing disruption to the captive portal
work flow of the OAW-IAP. As a fix to this issue, the securelogin.arubanetworks.com certificate has
been replaced by a different certificate for which the browser may only have warnings and not errors.
However, the best practice is for customers to upload their own publically signed certificate instead of
relying on the default securelogin.arubanetworks.com certificate.
Scenario: This issue impacted all scenarios where captive portal is used and was observed in all
OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
Platform
Table 19: Platform Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
147826
Symptom: OAW-IAP325 access points crashed and rebooted with a reason: Reboot caused by
kernel panic: Fatal exception. The fix ensures that the duplicate entries are not added to the
subnet table.
Scenario: This issue occurred due to duplicate entries in the subnet table and was observed in OAWIAP325 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
VC Management
Table 20: VC Management Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
146606
Symptom: Some OAW-IAPs were intermittently getting disconnected from the cluster. The fix
resolves the out of memory issue that caused the OAW-IAPs to disconnect from the cluster.
Scenario: This issue occurred when a large amount of ARP frames were sent through the wired
network and resulted in the datapath running out of memory space. This issue was observed in all
OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
VPN
Table 21: VPN Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
144326
148161
Symptom: When one OAW-IAP used another OAW-IAP as an uplink, the OAW-IAP was unable to reestablish a VPN connection if its VPN session was SRC-NAT'ted at the uplink OAW-IAP. The fix ensures
that the OAW-IAPs can successfully reconnect to the VPN.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the old VPN session was still active on the uplink OAW-IAP and was
observed in OAW-IAP324/325, OAW-IAP205/205H access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
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Wi-Fi Driver
Table 22: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
147682
Symptom: A slave OAW-IAP incorrectly classified another OAW-IAP belonging to the same cluster as
a rogue OAW-IAP. The fix ensures that the OAW-IAPs can correct the wrong entry in very short time.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the slave OAW-IAP lost the messages of the updated MAC address
list from the VC. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
140337
141943
145917
146032
Symptom: AnOAW-IAP325 access point rebooted due to FW assert while running multicast traffic for
a long period of time. This issue is resolved by improving the checking mechanism for the Tx buffer
getting stuck.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
141239
148412
Symptom: Motorola MC75A0 handheld scanners were unable to associate to OAW-IAP325 access
points. This fix ensures that the Motorola MC75A0 handheld scanner is able to connect to the OAWIAP325 access point.
Scenario: This issue occurred when the client always sent a deauthentication message before
sending the authentication message to the OAW-IAP. Also, the OAW-IAP sent a deauthentication
message to the client after receiving an association request. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325
access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
138637
Symptom: Frames with VLAN 0 were dropped and not retransmitted over the air. The fix ensures that
frames with VLAN ID 0 are not dropped.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP275 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.3.
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2
ALE
Table 23: ALE Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
145729
Symptom: The Age field in the RSSI client message was not accurate. The issue is resolved by
changing the calculation logic of the field.
Scenario: This issue affected deployments in which OAW-IAPs were being used in combination with
the ALE server for location-based services, resulting in inaccurate location calculations of the ALE
server. This issue was observed in all the OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
CLI
Table 24: CLI Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
144944
Symptom: The VPN routing profile of an OAW-IAP accepted invalid entries during CLI configuration.
The issue is resolved by running a check on the CLI parameters, so that the OAW-IAP displays an
error message when the users enter invalid parameters.
Scenario: This issue was observed when the IAP-VPN profile accepted values such as ASCII and
special characters without displaying an error message in the CLI. This issue was not limited to a
specific OAW-IAP model or Instant software version.
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Datapath/Firewall
Table 25: Datapath/Firewall Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
139022
Symptom: OAW-IAPs crashed and rebooted while receiving certain multicast packets from the SSID
profile. The fix ensures that OAW-IAPs do not crash while receiving the multicast packets.
Scenario: This issue was found in OAW-IAPs with the Dynamic Multicast Optimization (DMO) feature
enabled. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running Instant 6.4.4.3-4.2.2.0 and
later releases.
146155
Symptom: When the SSID, WLAN access rule, and user-defined Src-NAT rule were in use, the
bandwidth control did not have any effect on the clients associated to slave OAW-IAPs. The issue is
resolved by changing the bandwidth control logic of the OAW-IAPs.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all the OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
Platform
Table 26: Platform Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
145808
136228
Symptom: OAW-IAPs in a cluster rebooted as they were running out of memory. The fix ensures that
OAW-IAPs use the memory space appropriately.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205 and OAW-IAP275 access points running a software
version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
PPPoE
Table 27: PPPoE Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
140549
Symptom: PPPoE session was not working when the uplink port of anOAW-IAP was fluctuating. The fix
ensures that PPPoE works even when there are multiple fluctuations at the uplink port of the OAWIAP.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all the OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
Wi-Fi Driver
Table 28: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
132990
Symptom: Wireless services were unstable when the Ethernet port of the OAW-RAP109 access point
was fluctuating. The fix ensures that clients receive stable wireless services from the OAW-RAP.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-RAP109 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
18 | Issues Resolved in Previous Releases
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3G/4G Management
Table 29: 3G/4G Management Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
142944
Symptom: A 320U 4G modem was not working when connected to anOAW-IAP. This issue is resolved
by a change in condition to match the module name of the modem.
Scenario: This issue was observed in 320U modems connected to OAW-RAP155 access points
running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.2.
Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1
OmniVista
Table 30: OmniVista Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
140313
Symptom: OmniVista managing OAW-IAPs did not display some of the interfering OAW-IAPs. The fix
ensures that the interfering OAW-IAPs are displayed on OmniVista.
Scenario: This issue occurred when a large number of interfering OAW-IAPs were present in the
same physical area of the WLAN network. This issue was not limited to a specific OAW-IAP model or
Instant software version.
AppRF
Table 31: AppRF Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
143257
Symptom: DPIMGR trace logging spiked memory usage on the OAW-IAP. This issue is resolved by
moving the syslog message from error log to debug level.
Scenario: This issue occurred when the brightcloud DNS resolve process started before trace logging
of DPIMGR, which triggered default trace logging to grow and caused memory spike in OAW-IAPs
running Instant 6.4.4.4-4.2.3.0 and later versions.
Datapath/Firewall
Table 32: Datapath/Firewall Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
138649
Symptom: OAW-IAP225 access points crashed and rebooted with the reason: Reboot caused by
kernel panic: Fatal exception in interrupt. This issue is resolved by preventing the watchdog timer
from getting triggered when the bridge entries are deleted.
Scenario: The watchdog timer was triggered when the bridge entries were deleted. This issue was
observed in OAW-IAP225 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1.
143390
Symptom: Clients connecting to OAW-RAP109 using a 3G or 4G uplink were unable to get an IP
address from all Ethernet ports with enet0-bridging enabled. This issue is resolved by bringing up the
br0 port when enet0-bridging is enabled.
Scenario: The br0 port is down when enet0-bridging is enabled. This issue was observed in OAWRAP109 access points running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.8-4.2.4.1.
144543
Symptom: Apple devices connected to the slave OAW-IAPs via the guest VLAN were intermittently
losing connectivity to the network. The fix ensures that the Apple devices are able to connect to the
network without intermittency issues.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.4.4-4.2.3.0 and later versions.
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SNMP
Table 33: SNMP Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
140180
Symptom: The Object aiRadioStatus value was always 1 irrespective of the radio status. The fix
ensures that the Object aiRadioStatus is 0 when the radio is disabled and 1 when the radio is enabled.
However, when mesh is enabled on the OAW-IAP, the object aiRadioStatus will be 1 even when the
radio is disabled.
Scenario: This issue was not limited to a specific OAW-IAP model or Instant software version.
STM
Table 34: STM Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
136795
Symptom: STM core files were found in several OAW-IAPs as a result of the memory being cleared
twice. This issue is resolved by preventing the memory from being cleared twice when the authserver ip address is changed.
Scenario: This issue occurred when multiple OAW-IAPs were used and DRP was enabled on the SSID
profile. This issue was not limited to a specific OAW-IAP model or Instant software version.
UI
Table 35: UI Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
137227
Symptom: Users were getting an error message when they tried logging in to the OAW-IAP UI using
Internet Explorer 11. The warning message has been removed to resolve this issue.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.84.2.4.1.
140803
Symptom: One of the ACL parameters was incorrectly displaying as scanning activieren instead of
scanning deaktivieren in the German version of the OAW-IAP UI.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.84.2.4.1.
Wi-Fi Driver
Table 36: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
129829
Symptom: External wi-fi devices were intermittently not displayed in the IDS table after they were reclassified as valid. The fix ensures that the external wi-fi devices are displayed in the IDS table until
the device entry expires.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.84.2.4.1.
20 | Issues Resolved in Previous Releases
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Issues Resolved in 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0
AirGroup
Table 37: AirGroup Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
139943
Symptom: AirPrint information was not getting displayed on the AirGroup server list of the OAW-IAP.
This issue is resolved by a change in code that records the response sent to the OAW-IAP query.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205 devices running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
OmniVista
Table 38: OmniVista Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
136986
Symptom: OAW-IAPs were sending the tx power and channel information to OmniVista ven when the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios were disabled. The fix ensures the OAW-IAP does not report the tx power,
radio channel, noise floor, and channel busy values to OmniVista when the radios are disabled.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.64.2.4.0.
ARM
Table 39: ARM Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
139165
Symptom: The 2.4 GHz channels were disabled in OAW-IAPs that support the Nigerian country code.
The issue is resolved by removing the code that is used to validate DRT content of the OAW-IAP.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205 devices running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
Datapath/Firewall
Table 40: Datapath/Firewall Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
138095
Symptom: After upgrading the software version from Instant 6.4.2.6-4.1.1.6 to 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.0,
MAC users were experiencing delays in connecting to the network. The fix ensures that the users are
able to connect to the newtork without delay.
Scenario: This issue occurred as there was a delay in receiving the DHCP IP address from the server
and was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.0 and later versions.
136169
Symptom: Some clients were getting a higher bandwidth than the allocated limit. The fix ensures that
the bandwidth does not exceed the allocated limit.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the bandwidth contract for some of the OAW-IAPs in the cluster was
not taking effect correctly. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior
to Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
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Hotspot 2.0
Table 41: Hotspot 2.0 Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
139116
Symptom: OAW-IAPs failed to send 3GPP-PLMN values in the ANQP response frame. The fix ensures
that correct values for the 3GPP-PLMN element are sent by the OAW-IAP.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP205H access points running Instant 6.4.4.4-4.2.3.0 and
later versions.
138670
Symptom: Clients failed to automatically connect to OAW-IAPs even after the hotspot feature was
configured in the OAW-IAPs. The fix ensures that an automatic connection between the hotspot
clients and OAW-IAPs is successful.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the OAW-IAPs were not adding hotspot information elements into
the beacon.. This issue was observed in OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.0 and later versions.
L2/L3 Mobility
Table 42: L2/L3 Mobility Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
137726
Symptom: Clients were unable to pass traffic after successfully roaming from one OAW-IAP to
another in the cluster. This issue is resolved by making a change in the code to use the client
information in the user path when programming the user entry for the home OAW-IAP.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the user entry was cleared from the home OAW-IAP when the client
roamed from one OAW-IAP to another in the network and was not limited to a specific OAW-IAP
model or software version.
Platform
Table 43: Platform Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
140867
Symptom: When clients upgraded anOAW-IAP, the RTLS server displayed an error message. This
issue is resolved by enabling the server compatibility settings of the RTLS server.
Scenario: This issue was observed in OAW-IAP103 access points running a software version prior to
Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
142400
Symptom: OAW-IAPs were continuously crashing every 2 to 3 minutes, causing productivity issues
with the clients. This issue is resolved by introducing a mechanism to lock the bridge entry of the
OAW-IAP.
Scenario: This issue occurred due to a kernel panic in the OAW-IAP code, resulting in continuous
rebooting of the OAW-IAPs. This issue was observed in OAW-IAP325 access points running Instant
6.4.4.4-4.2.3.0 and later versions.
135787
Symptom: When a multicast server tried to send a file to the client through an OAW-IAP, the client
failed to receive the entire file. This issue is resolved by applying a condition to verify the DHCP/DNS
packets.
Scenario: This issue occurred when the OAW-IAPs dropped a section of the fragmented packets
during file transfer. This issue was observed in OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant
6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
137637
Symptom: OAW-IAP225 devices crashed and rebooted with a response: Reboot caused by Kernel
panic: asset. This issue is resolved by removing the L3 mobility tunnel creation for the CL2 VLAN.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the memory space was low and was observed in all OAW-IAP
running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
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3G/4G Management
Table 44: 3G/4G Management Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
137180
Symptom: Clients using Windows laptops and mobile devices were unable to access certain websites
while being connected to an OAW-IAP. The issue is resolved by checking and updating the MSS value
of the TCP packets that are received from the OAW-IAP.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.3.1-4.2.0.0 and later versions.
UI
Table 45: UI Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
140506
Symptom: The following error was displayed when the user tried to create a periodic time-based
service profile using a certain condition: End day must be later than start day. This issue is
resolved by changing the code for validating when a time-based service profile is created.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.4.4-4.2.3.1 and later versions.
141593
Symptom: The column under the RF Dashboard that displays the signal strength of the OAW-IAP
clients was missing in the Instant UI. The fix ensures that the signal strength of the clients is displayed
in the UI.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.4.4-4.2.3.0.
141757
Symptom: OAW-IAP clients were still active even after they were manually disconnected using the
Instant UI. The fix ensures that the manual disconnect of clients using the UI is successful.
Scenario: This issue occurred as the information and the status of the client was not erased when the
disconnect operation was performed using the UI. This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a
software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
VC Management
Table 46: VC Management Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
138089
Symptom: OAW-IAPs were experiencing a delay in establishing a connection with the SSH server
when the reverse dns lookup failed. This issue is resolved by preventing the SSH server from
performing a reverse dns lookup, to avoid the delay prior to establishing a connection with the OAWIAP.
Scenario: The issue occurred due to multiple retry attempts by the SSH server to perform a reverse
dns lookup before establishing a connection with the OAW-IAP. This issue was observed in all OAWIAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.6-4.2.4.0.
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VPN
Table 47: VPN Fixed Issues
Bug ID
Description
132490
Symptom: In a Distributed L3 network, windows clients were unable to open a few sites when
connected to the wired network of the OAW-IAP. This issue is resolved by enabling MSS clamping in
the upstream direction.
Scenario: The issue occurred as the MSS clamping was enabled only in the downstream direction for
the Distributed L3 clients. This issue was not limited to a specific OAW-IAP model or software version.
138468
Symptom: OAW-IAP clients were unable to connect to the corporate network. This issue is resolved
by ensuring that the master OAW-IAPs receive the correct DHCP IP subnets from the VPN tunnel in
the corporate network.
Scenario: The issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running Instant 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.0 and later versions.
Wi-Fi Driver
Table 48: Wi-Fi Driver Fixed Issue
Bug ID
Description
138582
Symptom: Clients were unable to connect to the 5 GHZ radio channel and the error logs revealed
there were TX Radio and Antenna probe failures. The fix enures the clients are now able to connect to
the 5 GHz radio channel without errors.
Scenario: This issue was observed in all OAW-IAPs running a software version prior to Instant 6.4.4.64.2.4.0.
24 | Issues Resolved in Previous Releases
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Appendix A
Acronyms and Abbreviations
The following table lists the acronyms and abbreviations used in Aruba documents.
Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
3G
Third Generation of Wireless Mobile Telecommunications Technology
4G
Fourth Generation of Wireless Mobile Telecommunications Technology
AAA
Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
ABR
Area Border Router
AC
Access Category
ACC
Advanced Cellular Coexistence
ACE
Access Control Entry
ACI
Adjacent Channel interference
ACL
Access Control List
AD
Active Directory
ADO
Active X Data Objects
ADP
Aruba Discovery Protocol
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard
AIFSN
Arbitrary Inter-frame Space Number
ALE
Analytics and Location Engine
ALG
Application Layer Gateway
AM
Air Monitor
AMON
Advanced Monitoring
AMP
AirWave Management Platform
A-MPDU
Aggregate MAC Protocol Data Unit
A-MSDU
Aggregate MAC Service Data Unit
ANQP
Access Network Query Protocol
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
AP
Access Point
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
API
Application Programming Interface
ARM
Adaptive Radio Management
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol
AVF
AntiVirus Firewall
BCMC
Broadcast-Multicast
BGP
Border Gateway protocol
BLE
Bluetooth Low Energy
BMC
Beacon Management Console
BPDU
Bridge Protocol Data Unit
BRAS
Broadband Remote Access Server
BRE
Basic Regular Expression
BSS
Basic Service Set
BSSID
Basic Service Set Identifier
BYOD
Bring Your Own Device
CA
Certification Authority
CAC
Call Admission Control
CALEA
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act
CAP
Campus AP
CCA
Clear Channel Assessment
CDP
Cisco Discovery Protocol
CDR
Call Detail Records
CEF
Common Event Format
CGI
Common Gateway Interface
CHAP
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
CIDR
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
CLI
Command-Line Interface
CN
Common Name
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
CoA
Change of Authorization
CoS
Class of Service
CPE
Customer Premises Equipment
CPsec
Control Plane Security
CPU
Central Processing Unit
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check
CRL
Certificate Revocation List
CSA
Channel Switch Announcement
CSMA/CA
Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Avoidance
CSR
Certificate Signing Request
CSV
Comma Separated Values
CTS
Clear to Send
CW
Contention Window
DAS
Distributed Antenna System
dB
Decibel
dBm
Decibel Milliwatt
DCB
Data Center Bridging
DCE
Data Communication Equipment
DCF
Distributed Coordination Function
DDMO
Distributed Dynamic Multicast Optimization
DES
Data Encryption Standard
DFS
Dynamic Frequency Selection
DFT
Discreet Fourier Transform
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DLNA
Digital Living Network Alliance
DMO
Dynamic Multicast optimization
DN
Distinguished Name
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
DNS
Domain Name System
DOCSIS
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification
DoS
Denial of Service
DPD
Dead Peer Detection
DPI
Deep Packet Inspection
DR
Designated Router
DRT
Downloadable Regulatory Table
DS
Differentiated Services
DSCP
Differentiated Services Code Point
DSSS
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
DST
Daylight Saving Time
DTE
Data Terminal Equipment
DTIM
Delivery Traffic Indication Message
DTLS
Datagram Transport Layer Security
DU
Data Unit
EAP
Extensible Authentication Protocol
EAP-FAST
EAP-Flexible Authentication Secure Tunnel
EAP-GTC
EAP-Generic Token Card
EAP-MD5
EAP-Method Digest 5
EAP-MSCHAP
EAP-MSCHAPv2
EAP-Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
EAPoL
EAP over LAN
EAPoUDP
EAP over UDP
EAP-PEAP
EAP-Protected EAP
EAP-PWD
EAP-Password
EAP-TLS
EAP-Transport Layer Security
EAP-TTLS
EAP-Tunneled Transport Layer Security
ECC
Elliptical Curve Cryptography
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
ECDSA
Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm
EIGRP
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
EIRP
Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
EMM
Enterprise Mobility Management
ESI
External Services Interface
ESS
Extended Service Set
ESSID
Extended Service Set Identifier
EULA
End User License Agreement
FCC
Federal Communications Commission
FFT
Fast Fourier Transform
FHSS
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
FIB
Forwarding Information Base
FIPS
Federal Information Processing Standards
FQDN
Fully Qualified Domain Name
FQLN
Fully Qualified Location Name
FRER
Frame Receive Error Rate
FRR
Frame Retry Rate
FSPL
Free Space Path Loss
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
GBps
Gigabytes per second
Gbps
Gigabits per second
GHz
Gigahertz
GIS
Generic Interface Specification
GMT
Greenwich Mean Time
GPP
Guest Provisioning Page
GPS
Global Positioning System
GRE
Generic Routing Encapsulation
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
GUI
Graphical User Interface
GVRP
GARP or Generic VLAN Registration Protocol
H2QP
Hotspot 2.0 Query Protocol
HA
High Availability
HMD
High Mobility Device
HSPA
High-Speed Packet Access
HT
High Throughput
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
HTTPS
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
IAS
Internet Authentication Service
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol
IdP
Identity Provider
IDS
Intrusion Detection System
IE
Information Element
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IGMP
Internet Group Management Protocol
IGP
Interior Gateway Protocol
IGRP
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
IKE PSK
Internet Key Exchange Pre-shared Key
IoT
Internet of Things
IP
Internet Protocol
IPM
Intelligent Power Monitoring
IPS
Intrusion Prevention System
IPsec
IP Security
ISAKMP
Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol
ISP
Internet Service Provider
JSON
JavaScript Object Notation
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
KBps
Kilobytes per second
Kbps
Kilobits per second
L2TP
Layer-2 Tunneling Protocol
LACP
Link Aggregation Control Protocol
LAG
Link Aggregation Group
LAN
Local Area Network
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LDAP
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LDPC
Low-Density Parity-Check
LEA
Law Enforcement Agency
LEAP
Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol
LED
Light Emitting Diode
LEEF
Long Event Extended Format
LI
Lawful Interception
LLDP
Link Layer Discovery Protocol
LLDP-MED
LLDP–Media Endpoint Discovery
LMS
Local Management Switch
LNS
L2TP Network Server
LTE
Long Term Evolution
MAB
MAC Authentication Bypass
MAC
Media Access Control
MAM
Mobile Application Management
MBps
Megabytes per second
Mbps
Megabits per second
MCS
Modulation and Coding Scheme
MD5
Message Digest 5
MDM
Mobile Device Management
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
mDNS
Multicast Domain Name System
MFA
Multi-factor Authentication
MHz
Megahertz
MIB
Management Information Base
MIMO
Multiple-Input Multiple-Output
MLD
Multicast Listener Discovery
MPDU
MAC Protocol Data Unit
MPLS
Multiprotocol Label Switching
MPPE
Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption
MSCHAP
Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
MSS
Maximum Segment Size
MSSID
Mesh Service Set Identifier
MSTP
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
MTU
Maximum Transmission Unit
MU-MIMO
Multi-User Multiple-Input Multiple-Output
MVRP
Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol
NAC
Network Access Control
NAD
Network Access Device
NAK
Negative Acknowledgment Code
NAP
Network Access Protection
NAS
Network Access Server
Network-attached Storage
NAT
Network Address Translation
NetBIOS
Network Basic Input/Output System
NIC
Network Interface Card
Nmap
Network Mapper
NMI
Non-Maskable Interrupt
NMS
Network Management Server
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
NOE
New Office Environment
NTP
Network Time Protocol
OAuth
Open Authentication
OCSP
Online Certificate Status Protocol
OFA
OpenFlow Agent
OFDM
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
OID
Object Identifier
OKC
Opportunistic Key Caching
OS
Operating System
OSPF
Open Shortest Path First
OUI
Organizationally Unique Identifier
OVA
Open Virtual Appliance
OVF
Open Virtualization Format
PAC
Protected Access Credential
PAP
Password Authentication Protocol
PAPI
Proprietary Access Protocol Interface
PCI
Peripheral Component Interconnect
PDU
Power Distribution Unit
PEAP
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol
PEAP-GTC
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol-Generic Token Card
PEF
Policy Enforcement Firewall
PFS
Perfect Forward Secrecy
PHB
Per-hop behavior
PIM
Protocol-Independent Multicast
PIN
Personal Identification Number
PKCS
Public Key Cryptography Standard
PKI
Public Key Infrastructure
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
PLMN
Public Land Mobile Network
PMK
Pairwise Master Key
PoE
Power over Ethernet
POST
Power On Self Test
PPP
Point-to-Point Protocol
PPPoE
PPP over Ethernet
PPTP
PPP Tunneling Protocol
PRNG
Pseudo-Random Number Generator
PSK
Pre-Shared Key
PSU
Power Supply Unit
PVST
Per VLAN Spanning Tree
QoS
Quality of Service
RA
Router Advertisement
RADAR
Radio Detection and Ranging
RADIUS
Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
RAM
Random Access Memory
RAP
Remote AP
RAPIDS
Rogue Access Point and Intrusion Detection System
RARP
Reverse ARP
REGEX
Regular Expression
REST
Representational State Transfer
RF
Radio Frequency
RFC
Request for Comments
RFID
Radio Frequency Identification
RIP
Routing Information Protocol
RRD
Round Robin Database
RSA
Rivest, Shamir, Adleman
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Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indicator
RSTP
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
RTCP
RTP Control Protocol
RTLS
Real-Time Location Systems
RTP
Real-Time Transport Protocol
RTS
Request to Send
RTSP
Real Time Streaming Protocol
RVI
Routed VLAN Interface
RW
Rest of World
RoW
SA
Security Association
SAML
Security Assertion Markup Language
SAN
Subject Alternative Name
SCB
Station Control Block
SCEP
Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol
SCP
Secure Copy Protocol
SCSI
Small Computer System Interface
SDN
Software Defined Networking
SDR
Software-Defined Radio
SDU
Service Data Unit
SD-WAN
Software-Defined Wide Area Network
SFTP
Secure File Transfer Protocol
SHA
Secure Hash Algorithm
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
SIRT
Security Incident Response Team
SKU
Stock Keeping Unit
SLAAC
Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
SMB
Small and Medium Business
SMB
Server Message Block
SMS
Short Message Service
SMTP
Simple Mail Transport Protocol
SNIR
Signal-to-Noise-Plus-Interference Ratio
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
SNR
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol
SOAP
Simple Object Access Protocol
SoC
System on a Chip
SoH
Statement of Health
SSH
Secure Shell
SSID
Service Set Identifier
SSL
Secure Sockets Layer
SSO
Single Sign-On
STBC
Space-Time Block Coding
STM
Station Management
STP
Spanning Tree Protocol
STRAP
Secure Thin RAP
SU-MIMO
Single-User Multiple-Input Multiple-Output
SVP
SpectraLink Voice Priority
TAC
Technical Assistance Center
TACACS
Terminal Access Controller Access Control System
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
TIM
Traffic Indication Map
TKIP
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
TLS
Transport Layer Security
TLV
Type-length-value
ToS
Type of Service
TPC
Transmit Power Control
TPM
Trusted Platform Module
TSF
Timing Synchronization Function
TSPEC
Traffic Specification
TTL
Time to Live
TTLS
Tunneled Transport Layer Security
TXOP
Transmission Opportunity
U-APSD
Unscheduled Automatic Power Save Delivery
UCC
Unified Communications and Collaboration
UDID
Unique Device Identifier
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
UI
User Interface
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
URI
Uniform Resource Identifier
URL
Uniform Resource Locator
USB
Universal Serial Bus
UTC
Coordinated Universal Time
VA
Virtual Appliance
VBN
Virtual Branch Networking
VBR
Virtual Beacon Report
VHT
Very High Throughput
VIA
Virtual Intranet Access
VIP
Virtual IP Address
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VM
Virtual Machine
VoIP
Voice over IP
VoWLAN
Voice over Wireless Local Area Network
VPN
Virtual Private Network
VRD
Validated Reference Design
VRF
Visual RF
VRRP
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
VSA
Vendor-Specific Attributes
VTP
VLAN Trunking Protocol
WAN
Wide Area Network
WebUI
Web browser User Interface
WEP
Wired Equivalent Privacy
WFA
Wi-Fi Alliance
WIDS
Wireless Intrusion Detection System
WINS
Windows Internet Naming Service
WIPS
Wireless Intrusion Prevention System
WISPr
Wireless Internet Service Provider Roaming
WLAN
Wireless Local Area Network
WME
Wireless Multimedia Extensions
WMI
Windows Management Instrumentation
WMM
Wi-Fi Multimedia
WMS
WLAN Management System
WPA
Wi-Fi Protected Access
WSDL
Web Service Description Language
WWW
World Wide Web
WZC
Wireless Zero Configuration
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Table 49: List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation
Definition
XAuth
Extended Authentication
XML
Extensible Markup Language
XML-RPC
XML Remote Procedure Call
ZTP
Zero Touch Provisioning
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