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Two recover.me networks

sureal_alamsjah
New Contributor III
Hello,

We have a client with 10 Unleashed AP's. 8 AP's are connected and 2 disconnected but this is because they are not physically connected to the network, so that is to be expected. Currently, we are not experiencing any major issues, everything seems to be working fine. However, when I scan for networks, I do see two Recover.Me networks. The Mac addresses they are pointing to belong to two working AP's that are serving clients and are working fine.

What could be the reason for this?

Thank you,

Sjaak

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syamantakomer
Moderator
Moderator
Hi Sureal,

Could you try to SSH into those two APs and share the output of "get wlanlist"

Logically, AP should only broadcast recover.me when it is unable to reach it's gateway IP.

Regards,
Syamantak Omer
Regards,
Syamantak Omer
Official Rep | Staff TSE | CWNA | CCNA | RASZA | RICXI

sureal_alamsjah
New Contributor III
Hello Syamantak,

Thank you for your reply. Here's a screenshot of get wlanlist:

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Regards,

Sjaak


sanjay_kumar
Valued Contributor
Hi Sjaak,

AP should only broadcast recover.me when it is unable to reach it's gateway IP.

If the APs are not having Gateway reachability issue and broadcasting the configured SSIDs, then you can disable the Recover.me SSID with the below command from AP CLI.
set state wlan102 down
set state wlan1032 down
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