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Offline k4route

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RFS4000 Active/Standby cluster LED issue
« on: July 03, 2015, 08:10:58 AM »
Hi, everyone.

I have cluster of two RFS4000 switches conneted to Catalyst POE switch which have uplink to router. All APs also connected to this catalyst. On the Primary system rfs 4000 Sys1 and Sys2 LEDs are Green Solid. On the Redundant system sys1 LED is Green Blinking, on sys2 LED is Alternating Green Blinking & Amber Blinking whick means "Redundant System not failed over".

Actually, I have no idea what it means. Connectivity beetween two rfs4000 is Ok. There is no lost pings.
Sometimes on Redundant system LEDs turn in Sys1 Green Blinking Sys2 Green Solid which means all ok, but later it is turns to "Redundant System not failed over".

In logs I see
07-03-2015   14:54:44   Local7.Info   10.117.3.109   2015-07-03T14:54:44.708711+03:00 rfs4000-F81667 %DIAG-6-NEW_LED_STATE: LED state message LED_ACTIVE_NOTFAILEDOVER from module CFGD

What is the reason of this issue? May be somebody already has met this problem?

Thank You.

P.S. Wing 5.7.1


Offline oflores

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Re: RFS4000 Active/Standby cluster LED issue
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2015, 11:55:33 AM »
I have same problem, did you found the solution?

Offline AVAGO

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Re: RFS4000 Active/Standby cluster LED issue
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2015, 11:55:54 AM »
its not the control Vlan ?

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Offline oflores

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Re: RFS4000 Active/Standby cluster LED issue
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2015, 01:31:16 PM »

For the moment I have a VLAN for each SSID and one VLAN to administrate the RFS4000, AP650 and the cluster.

Do I need to create a new administration VLAN for the RFS4000? Or can I keep the current  administration  VLAN with the cluster and AP650, all together?

I attach a printscreen for each RF I have.

Regards!

Offline networkmate

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Re: RFS4000 Active/Standby cluster LED issue
« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2015, 02:09:03 AM »
Guys,

The error message is considered fine as CFGD is always polling the cluster status. Redundant system not failing over means the active is still having it's primary cluster master role.

To test this, initiate a cluster fallback by disconnecting the active, and observe how the secondary picks up the cluster role. CFGD will report as redundant system failed over.

Cheers