I’m seeing the following repeated continuously. This is an AP330 running 220.127.116.11
Any info on what this means (couldn’t find in KB or google)? Is this something to be concerned about?
ah_auth: fe ioctl failed for [set station IP]: Bad address
ah_auth: ioctl 4096 failed, rc = -1: Bad address
ah_auth: Undefined last_auth_method, tag service type as framed by default!
this is categorized as “info” but includes the word “WARNING” which I thought was interesting
sshd: WARNING: /etc/moduli does not exist, using fixed modulus
Best answer by Sam Pirok
Hi John, for the first set of errors, that’s going to be the APs notifying each other of a client disassociation/association during roaming. This KB covers those messages: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000056859&q=err%20ah_auth%3A%20fe%20ioctl%20failed%20for%20%5Bset%20station%20IP%5D%3A%20Bad%20address
The second looks like a client device used an unknown authentication method and was rejected. Are you seeing any reports of clients unable to connect?
The third I’m unfamiliar with and I’m not finding anything in my searches so I’ll have to look in to that one further for you. I’ll update when I know more.