I have 2 of these setup within 15 feet of each other in Bridged mode. When they go out I reboot the main building where the internet access is and everyone is wired to the network.
Here is what I have setup and getting same thing:
Linksys Switch SRW208P @ 192.168.2.2 (running POE on port 7 and 8, tried both and no change)
WAP4410N IP:192.168.2.3; Gateway 192.168.2.1; DNS:192.168.2.1
running in brdge mode.
Linksys Switch SRW208P @ 192.168.2.4 (running POE on port 7 and 8, tried both and no change)
WAP4410N IP:192.168.2.5; Gateway 192.168.2.3; DNS:192.168.2.1
This will run from a day up til 1.5 weeks with no problems then one day will
be down. I reboot (remotely) the 192.168.2.3 WAP4410 and it comes back up
and runs fine.
Running WPA-Personal TKIP
Key: XXXX (my actual key is 12 characters long)
Channel:11 (I have tried every channel for a few days and same outcome)
Key renewal: 600
I attached the jpg of the advanced tab for wireless. Seems to be the most stable thus far.
Not running anything other weird or special. No VLAN's.
Try this setup. Should have no issues whatsoever because it is all Cisco products and not even at
2% utilization. There is only 2 computer on this network side for internet and 1 pulling email from a
pop server every 15 minutes. I doubt it is a issue witht eh computer side of it. Definitely something internal.
It almost acts like going into a power saving mode then not coming out of it automatically or a reconnection
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