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Fri, Oct 7, 2016 8:37 AM

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Power status LED continually flashes on master AP after upgrade to Unleashed 200.2.9.13.186

I have logged a case for this, but I am interested if anyone else is seeing the same behaviour.  I have installed a new Unleashed network consisting of R310s and T300s running v200.2.9.13.186.  I noticed that the power status LED of the master AP is always flashing at a rate of approx. once a second.

This behaviour is different from previous versions of Unleashed.

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110 Points

4 years ago

Hi Michael, I have a similar scenario (1 R310 + 6 T300) and the same issue after upgrading to 200.2.9.13.186: on R310, that is the master, green power led start flashing.

Turning off all then AP except the master, gave it a static IP and then restarting it from management interface, its power led stopped flashing.
After I power on all the other APs, and all of them have the correct led behaviour, even after some other restarts.

Onestly I can't say if this is a solution, but in my case it worked. 


Simone

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248 Points

4 years ago

Hi Simone,

Thanks for the reply - I'm glad it's not just me.  I'll check if I get the same behaviour as you did when setting a static IP on the master.

Michael

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1.6K Points

4 years ago

I had the same issue. I logged in directly to the AP (which was previously the master) and set it as DHCP, then connected it back to my LAN. Leads me to believe this is some kind of IP conflict or the master getting confused that its no longer the master. 

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60 Points

4 years ago

Hi..i am a new user here. I think Turning off all then AP except the master, gave it a static IP and then restarting it from management interface, its power led stopped flashing.
After I power on all the other APs, and all of them have the correct led behaviour, even after some other restarts.

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240 Points

4 years ago

I'm having the same issue and have logged a case to see if there's a fix other than the workaround.

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1.2K Points

4 years ago

I had this issue and it appears to have been resolved with 200.3.9.13.228.

Brand User

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Thanks for your follow-up info share Daniel!