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I keep getting these packets and haven't found a reason for it, or a solution. Does anyone have an advice? Thanks.

asked 06 Feb '14, 12:01

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edited 06 Feb '14, 12:02

Do you wonder that you see CAPWAP frames, or that they are malformed?

(06 Feb '14, 12:05) Kurt Knochner ♦

I am getting malformed capwap packets and needed to know how to resolve them.

(06 Feb '14, 13:24) bt425

It seems that under WTP Descriptor, subheading Descriptor Value shows <missing>.

(06 Feb '14, 13:34) bt425

I figured it out. Edit::Preferences::Protocols::CAPWAP::Cisco Wireless Controller Support was unchecked. After checking it, I quit getting the errors.

I found it at this link:

http://wifinigel.blogspot.com/2012/04/decoding-cisco-capwap-with-wireshark.html

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answered 07 Feb '14, 07:21

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edited 07 Feb '14, 13:30

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