Wrong SSID in WiFi list

I noticed, that sometimes the wireless network name gets mixed up in the luci app:

Linksys WRT1900ACS LuCI lede-17.01 branch (git-17.290.79498-d3f0685)

In 5Ghz, 3 Wireless networks SSIDs "SSID1","SSID2","SSID3".
Network with "SSID2" is disabled.

In Wifi list overview (https://[router_ip]/cgi-bin/luci/admin/network/wireless) is the deactivated wireless network with "SSID2" listed as "SSID3" and therefore, "SSID3" shows up 2 times.

Also on the LAN-Interface page (https://[router_ip]/cgi-bin/luci/admin/network/network/lan), in section interface, the actual "SSID2" shows up as "SSID3" (just as above).

The config (/etc/config/wireless) file is correct.

I take it as a bug, can anyone confirm this ?

Thank you

PS: Ok, it's a known issue: https://github.com/openwrt/luci/issues/1179

Depending on why you have SSID2 disabled, you could do a workaround of the bug by changing the password to something ridiculously long & complex (30+ characters) if you don't want anyone using SSID2. I'd recommend doing this via SSH, as you can simply comment out the current password, and place the new password option on a new line.

All Wifi networks use different passwords or are 802.1x protected.

It may be just a frontend issue in connection with a disabled wifi network and it is an issue currently being worked on (as mentioned above)

Right, what I was saying is if you want SSID2 inaccessible (as it's disabled), a workaround would be to leave it enabled and simply change the password.