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Is it Bug? It's about dfsmidbandblock on standalone AP.

hyosang_choi
Valued Contributor

Hi.

I tested "dfsmidbandblock function" on standalone AP.

It's worked when set cli.

But, atfer Ap reboot, it's now worked.

Is it bug?   I thought it's BUG.

Plz let me know about it.

It's tested on F/W version both 100.x.x.x  and 9.8.x, It's same.

AP is 7372.

The following is snapshot.

Regards.

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joe_tassone
New Contributor

Not all/many AP CLI configuration settings will persist after an AP reboot.

Some WLAN settings, can be configured by the ZoneDirector (on ZD managed APs) which will then be provisioned on all connected APs (even after reboots).

Just reset dfschannel block.

With cli(get dfschannelmidbandblock wlanX), it was shown enabled fuction.

As a result, I thought it's bug.

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