Re-association Problem

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Mar 28th, 2010
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Hi,


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I was using my laptop associating with AP1.  When I moved my location to another area – AP2, I still can have the connection.  However, when I moved back to AP1, I could not get connectivity.  When I went back to AP2, AP3 or AP4, I was able to get connected.  My laptop just could not get anything from AP1 only.  Until AP1 is reset, then my laptop could get connected.


Not too sure where i can start troubleshooting from.


regards

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Leo Laohoo Sun, 03/28/2010 - 18:51
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Thin client?  You mean LWAP?  IF LWAP can you post your firmware?


If not, can you elaborate a little bit further?  What model of APs and their firmware?  Can you post the config of AP1?


Is this affecting all clients or just a few?

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