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Why does access point need rebooting?

By mikvi ·
Hi,
Why does rebooting the wireless access point speed the network system up?
Have a wireless network with about 15 users. On a regular basis (every day or two) it slows way down so users complain. Rebooting the wireless access point temporarily solves the problem (network speeds up again). We are trying to troubleshoot/solve this problem.
I am guessing that the access point has a memory area that gets clogged up over time. If that is the case, is there some way to prevent this? is there some other explanation?
We are trying to troubleshoot our problem, but we need some guidance as to how to approach it.
Thanks,
Mike

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Couple of things

by faradhi In reply to Why does access point nee ...

First, this should be on the Tech Q and A.

Secondly, When you post on the TQ&A, be sure to post what type of AP and any security settings you may be using.

I am sure others who are more learned than me will be able to help. They will problably have more questions.

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Thanks

by mikvi In reply to Couple of things

I reposted my question to Tech Q&A (125 points) with additional information on the Access Point itself.
Thanks,
Mike

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