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By ND_IT ·
I have four Cisco Aironet 340 access points, and about 25 wireless devices that roam to each of these access points (warehouse/manufacturing faciltiy). The problem I am having is that each of the access points tend to "drop" associations at any given time, and which point the only way to re-associate any wireless devices with it is to reboot the AP. I have made a series of changes that have included, setting up each AP as a repeater in case it loses it's backbone connectivity. I also changed the channel from 6 to 7. There are some 2.4Ghz two way radios I thought might be interferring. Has anyone seen this problem or suggest anything else? Thanks.

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by troy In reply to Cisco Aironet Access Poin ...

Have you contacted CISCO and checked versions of the AP Software? I have seen this very problem with early versions of software, raised a TAC with CISCO after investigation of logs, an upgrade was sent. Fixed that problem raised others :)

Hope this helps

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by Rasman In reply to Cisco Aironet Access Poin ...

Yes this is a problem with the 340. You'll need to download andinstall new microcode.
www.cisco.com/tac
If you don't have a support agreement contact cdw and purchase an agreement for either a card or the 340. This contract will give you access to TAC support.
Good Luck
Ras.

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