09-12-2017 02:13 PM
I'm seeing multiple AP's on 2 separate networks with this happening randomly.
WLAN still active, so can still get into AP over wireless, and re-enable the port.
Checked for MalWare, and it doesn't seem to be on any of the radios, any advice?
It's as if somebody is logging into them and disabling the port. Just curious if anyone else is seeing this?
09-12-2017 02:46 PM
09-13-2017 08:29 AM
It seems they are all 5.5.6 up to 5.6.6, so I'm aware it is potential to have the the exploit on there.
Malware detection isn't finding anything, and this is all we are seeing happen.
09-13-2017 08:40 AM
09-13-2017 09:36 AM
Thanks, I will proceed with these suggestions.
We are trying to decipher if it is someone purpousely doing it, or if it is related to the exploit from firmware previous to 5.6.15.
So far, in the one network, all affected AP's have been with older firmware, I was told the others were upgraded, but that may have been incorrect information.
09-13-2017 09:48 AM
09-26-2017 12:02 AM
We have upgraded 24 devices to 6.07.
These have been ones that have failed at least once during the last 2 months. Of these devices 5 had been upgraded earlier, and had been up for about 5 days with no issues.
We have now experienced a failure on one of these APs again and found that the lan0 interface was again disabled. Even running the new firmware.
Any other suggestions?
09-26-2017 07:51 AM
09-28-2017 09:52 AM
Just got some more feedback, it seems that one that seemed to have the problem after upgrading was likely a different issue.
So, on the other units upgrade, none have disabled the lan port, so it looks like upgrading is the solution.
09-28-2017 02:19 PM
01-03-2018 10:43 AM
@UBNT-James We have upgraded multiple devices to 6.07 and even 6.13 however the issue is still occurring. We have to log into an adjacent AP, set it to an SM and then we can log into the not accessible AP and re-enable the LAN port.
Any suggestions to resolve the issue?