AP's with link problems

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In our dashboard I noticed that ther where AP's with link problems. However there are no problems. How can I clear this messages ?


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Johan Hendrikx

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Ronald Dvorak, Embassador

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Hi Johan,

you'll get a "link problem" error if the port isn't running 1G so i.e. if you've the APs connected to a 100M only switch or if autosensing isn't working.

-Ron
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Ap's are connected to a 100 Mb port. Autosensing is working

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Hi Johan,

What is the firmware version on the controller? Please check the below KB article,

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Solution/AP-s-are-listed-in-the-AP-s-with-uplink-...


Regards,
Nathiya M
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firmware version is 10.31.03.001.  AP's are connected to a 100 Mb port.
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OK then it's normal if the APs are connected via a 100Mb ports.

I'm not aware of any way to clear that alarm.