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Hi Laura,it's just a "hey I'm up again" message.I'd assume the log level is set to default (=minor) so might be a good idea to set it to informational so you'd might get more informations next time.GUI > Controller > Log > Logs Configuration > System Log Level > Wireless AP Log Level > InformationalI'd also strongly recommend to upgrade to V9.21 - V8 is very old and the last patch was released 6 month ago.One last question - not related to the message - are all the topologies on the controller configured to bridge@AP or do you also use bridge@EWC or routed.-Ron
Just checked my settings and although I have 'Wireless AP Log Level' set to 'information'. But looking in LOGS > AP LOGS and looking at the logs for a busy AP, there is nothing listed in the last 6 weeks? Is this normal, I was expecting to see connections/disconnections and all sorts of other interesting information. EDIT. Just noticed I had a filter set, but selecting ALL only gets me 1 extra entry.
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