Non Cisco client radios and 1232AG access point problems

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Apr 15th, 2009

We have two 1232 APs running 12.3(8)JEA software and about 15 USB radios (B/G) made by Via that are having problems staying connected. The problem is very intermittent and is driving us crazy!! We are also seeing an issue with a NetGear PCI card taht's in a PC. We recently disabled all the 802.11G radio settings but didn't see much improvement.


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airlinkauto Wed, 04/15/2009 - 21:18

Radio Settings:

A radio is off G is on

Wep (short key) is enabled

All OFDM rates are disabled

1,2,5,and 11 mb = Require

CCK Transmit = max

OFDM Transmit = max

Client Power local = Enable

Limit Client Power = Max

Channel is 11 (other AP is 6)

World mode = disable

Country = blank

Preamble = short

Rx and Tx Antennas = diversity (ap has two whips)

External antenna = disable

Traffic stream = disable

Aironet extensions = disable

Ethernet Encapsulation Transform:= RFC1042

Reliable Multicast to WGB: = Disable

Public Secure Packet Forwarding:= Disable

Short Slot-Time: = Enable

Beacon Privacy Guest-Mode:= Disable

Beacon Pd. = 100

Max Data Retries = 64

Frag threshold = 2346

Data Beacon (DTIM) = 10

RTS Max retries = 64

RTS Threshold = 2347

Route Parent Time Out = 0 rest are blank

Security: Global SSID Manager

SSID Interfaces are set for both A and G radios even the A radio is not enabled

Method accepted is Open Authentication with no addition

Server priorities are both at default

Key Mgmt = None

CCKM and WPA are not checked

WPA shared key is blank

Accounting is left at defaults

General settings box--nothing checked everything left blank, disabled or none

Multiple BSSID Beacon Settings box--nothing checked or enabled

Guest Mode/Infrastructure SSID Settings = Single BSSID

Hope this is what you were looking for, let me know if you need anything else.



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