Let me know if you figure it out. I have 2 of these in a Bridge between 2 buildings. Cisco support
replaced them with 2 BRAND NEW units after 6 weeks of waiting, that do the same thing. Spent
so many hours on these turds it is insane. the thing goes down with the wind, tinker with it and maybe
you will be up for a few hours or days then back to down again. Thinking it has something to do with
the firmware or a power saving thing. Works great when it is up though. I am still trying stuff to get it
to work stable. To much money invested in them now to start from scratch but they wanted budget
equipment in place and not Cisco Aironet.