My company has recently decided to start using the AIR-SAP702I-A-K9 access point (currently autonomous) for some new office build-outs. We used to use 1142's. Our setup is pretty simple each office gets 2 SSID's one private network and one public network.
While deploying a 702i this past week I had issues with users on Windows 7/8 staying connected and reconnecting. They would either fail before connecting to the access point or try to quickly reconnect after disconnecting and it would also fail. Macs and iPhones connected no problems. I would like to use the same config I've used in previous offices so users don't have to connect to a new SSID and have to enter new credentials.
So, a few questions please:
1) I don't have a wireless controller built out yet so is what I am trying to accomplish possible? One SSID, multiple geographically separate locations each with it's own subnet.
2) Do the 702i's have a particular amount of time you have to wait before you can reconnect? If so, can I adjust this?
3) Any idea why my Windows 7/8 users would be having issues connecting to this?
I'm sorry if this is vague, I can try to be more specific if anyone has any ideas. Also, attached is a copy of my current config. Thanks in advance for anyone's help!
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