Currently i have a very strange problem.
We use EAP-TLS 802.1x Authentication for a internal SSID for notebooks. EWC is installed at the headquarter. 2x AP 3705 installed on the affected branch - we use V9.21.07. NAC Gateway 6.2.0.x installed also in the headquarter and is the RADIUS proxy to the NPS on the Windows AD 2008 Server. This working well over the last years.
Now we change the WAN connection of this branch from MPLS to VPN with IPSec. After this change a lot of internal WLAN clients which connected before without problems are rejected from the NAC Gateway. All other branches working well. At wired switches we use only MAC Auth which is also not affected.
802.1x (identify) - Authentication became stale
After some troubleshooting i realized that if the client roam within the AP to its prefered radio for that roaming event a radius request is triggered. The the first request (to the first radio) is always possitive (accepted) and then the AP internal switch to the prefered radio triggers a RADIUS request which is always rejected - with the above error message.
For a temporary solution i disable radio 1! And then all client can login without problems!
This is very strange.
Why do an switch from radio 2 to radio 1 trigger a radius event. Can i disable this new login request in the AP / EWC config?
If this request is needed why does it become stale and will be rejected?
Thanks for any advices.