Is there a big difference in operating AP's when they are uplinked at 100mb vs 1000mb? We have 2 "main" offices that have AP's that are all connected to our access switches at 100mb. Recently with the addition of mobile devices, phones, etc we are seeing some issues. Today, we had a meeting room that had 20+ people connected to one AP and they started seeing issues of people getting disconncted or unable to connect.
Just wondering if the uplink could have anything to do with this, or if we are just over subscribing the APs?
Since the 1140 access points are N access points and if you have the N feature enable, the issue that you may encounter is that you create a botle neck since the AP is giving wireless more than 100 mbps and on your eithernet port you will only have up to 100 mbps and this is way it comes with a gig port.
But if the issue that you are getting is that wireless clients are getting connected and disconnected, the issue could be a configuration issue, rf interfirence, bad wireless deployment, compatibility issues or code issues on the worst case.
Please let me know how many access points you have, what code version the are running and if possible upload the show run of the AP and the show log.
You are working with code 18.104.22.168 and usinf a WISM and 4402 as anchor for the guest.
Is the issue with all the SSIDs on the access points on the specifc floor or just with an specific SSID?
The issue seems to be related to configuration, rf interfirence but not to using 100mbps vrs 1000mbps since the issue is that the wireless clients are not able to connect some times.
FYI: Also if the WLC is the DHCP server for the WLAN or WLANs with the issue ,the wireless clients may not get an IP address due to a software problem on code 22.214.171.124 and the fix is to use an external radius server or upgrade the code of the WLC to 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52
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