Please let me know what kind of information you would like in order to help. I currently have 3 Aironet 1130ag's. One is wired and broadcasting ssid wireless003. One is wired and broadcasting wireless 002. The third is a wireless ap that is pulling from the wireless 002. I'm not sure if I have a setting wrong or somewhere and am not very experienced with these routers.
We care getting dropped connection specially from the wireless ap. There are so many settings I don't know where to start. Can you guys please point me in the right direction for what you need?
I tried to open your files, but they are not showing up right. Save them in a text file format if you can. Anyways.... the AP you setup as a reapeater... well... not so much a good idea. A repeater will automatically cut the throughput in half and perfomance will always be sort of degraded. I have used repeaters back in the days, but what users expect from a wireless AP, you really can't get that from an AP setup as a repeater. If you have one user and the users is near the repeater, then that might work, but you will not get the same results as a true access point.
Yeah, I'm aware that it drastically reduces performance however, I don't have another option at this point. In the future we will be running wire to the location of the repeater, but that's a few months down the road. I've attached the files as requested. Any help to keep it from dropping or improve performance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys
Well the txt file for some reason when I open it, it is not in the right format. When I was looking at show dot11 associations all-client (repeater.txt), I noticed a RSSI or -81dbm.... well that is usless signal to me. If you can get the signal by moving the repeater closer to the AP, then you will get better performance.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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