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New Contributor II

Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

Evan,

      I only have the Wvlan software running on a vm, it now says i am out of disk space what do I need to do to free up space without adding more disk space

Thanks

Wayne

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New Contributor II

Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

Hi Evan,

         So I created a fresh install of a new VM with vWlan 3.2.0 and I was able to get the 5ghz channel to change the transmit power, I restored the settings and ran it for awhile (months) I ran a back ground check on the AP's  (I think that what it is called) and now the issues is back, Do you know what the fix is? without redoing this again?

Thanks

Wayne

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

ANY news on this ?

how did you fix it to get the 5 ghz back on your access points?

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

Still no help on this

cant figure out how to turn off background scan

adtran support wont help because i don't have a contract however everything worked before i installed the latest firmware

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New Contributor III

Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

Guess this will go unanswered

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

when will the next release be as we are waiting for a solution for our problem  that was created by an issue from adtran who will not  help me

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

how did you turn off background checking?

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

I sense Adtran isn't putting much into the product anymore.  Fourteen months since 3.2 released, eight months since 3.2HB which was pretty much a patch release.  Oh well, we'll see.

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

David,

We are actually releasing version 3.3.0 tomorrow onto the website. Version 3.4.0 will follow in the months afterwards with several new features.

3.3.0 includes software support for DFS in the FCC regions for all products, as well as software support for DFS in any products in ETSI that did not have it. We have also made changes to the SSID page and a few other pages in the UI, added the ability to shape individual client traffic up to 1Gbs, and 3.3.0 includes a host of fixes for product issues.

Regards,

Evan Hudson

ADTRAN Product Support Manager

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Re: After upgrading vWlan 3.2.0 the 5ghz band is not working the transmit power is set to zero and can't change it

Chris,

You can attempt to turn off Dynamic RF by creating a dynamicRF profile with no options checked, and then selecting it in the AP template. You can also attempt to restart the DynamicRF Daemon under Administration->Restart->DynamicRF Daemon.

If it does not resolve the issue, I would attempt to rebuild the domain on a new server to get past any database issues. We have not run into a case of this issue that has not been solved by several of the steps we gave you so you may have experienced something that is similar, but slightly different from an underlying stand point. Building a new domain inside a new installation should resolve that since we can not reproduce it here. Unfortunately to do perform more of a deep dive to alleviate the problem on your specific instance that would require time with our Product Support team which does require a ProCare contract on your APs.

However, you can continue to post your progress in attempting to solve the issue here and the steps you have taken, and we will try to offer help.

Thanks,

Evan Hudson

ADTRAN Product Support Manager

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