Aironet 1310 bridge does not reestablish connection
We have an aironet 1310 bridge installed (root/non root) where the non root drops sometimes the signal when the morning sun is in direct line with the link. This blackout problem is known. What bothers me is the fact that the bridge does not automatically reestablish the association...
Once it has been lost we have to restart the Air 1310, then it re-associates. Is there a workaround or an automatism?
Re: Aironet 1310 bridge does not reestablish connection
This should be automatic. I had a client have this problem once, and we found that the problem was actually with the 1310 being configured in diversity mode. The 1310 would disconnect in tough weather conditions and try to connect to the little metal stub that comes on the bridge. The signal was too weak to establish a good connection, but for some reason it would not switch back.
So check to see if you have diversity mode enable, and disable it if it is. If that's not the problem, I'm not sure what it could be. Have you tried upgrading the IOS?
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