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You are right. The WL127x firmware supports max of 3 BA sessions. It cannot be increased. I think the problem here is the peer trying to initiate a 4th BA session (ADDBA request).
It seems to me that the wl1271L is rejecting the request, but the peer keeps sending the request.
Can you tell me what scenario you are trying? Which AP? Does this happen if you switch the AP? Can you share a sniffer log?
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In reply to Joseph Gigi:
Thank you for your quick reply.
I'm at a site with multiple Aruba commercial APs. I don't know the exact model, but I can find out.
- When I was at the site 2 days ago, I tried connecting multiple device to at least 4 different Aruba APs. All devices and connections produced the same error.
- When I was at the same site 10 days ago, I didn't see this error at all, connecting to the same Aruba APs.
- I also don't see the error connecting with APs at my office.
I don't have any sniffer logs right now, but can gather some when I go back to the site next week.
What's likely to happen if I just operate with this error? (I might change the driver to reduce the logging frequency.)
In reply to Jeffrey Wolinsky:
You can just ignore this error, or better, downgrade it to a "DEBUG" message...
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