The question is "WHY" is your port going into error disable.
If it's a link-flap then there is a chance that you have a faulty cable. The good part of this all is that you have a 2960 with in-build TDR (crude but good enough).
Use the command "test cable tdr int ", wait for about 8 seconds before invoke the result using the command "sh cable tdr int ".
NOTE: If you are running IOS earlier than 12.2(46) this command is DISRUPTIVE. IF you have IOS version newer to this, then it's OK.
Good result is "OK" or "Normal". Anything else is bad. Also, because you have a 10/100BaseTx, don't be alarm if the result is for the first two pairs. This is normal. If you have gig ports then you will have a result of all four pairs.
Interface Speed Local pair Pair length Remote pair Pair status --------- ----- ---------- ------------------ ----------- -------------------- Fa0/45 100M Pair A 10 +/- 15 meters Pair A Normal Pair B 10 +/- 15 meters Pair B Normal Pair C N/A Pair C Not Supported Pair D N/A Pair D Not Supported
This is connecting to an outside Wireless AP, is there any chance that the cable that is feeding the AP is loose outside and is flapping when the wind blows? There may be a microbreak in the cable that only presents when the cable is in certain positions (i.e. when the wind is blowing hard and the cable is flapping)
Check to ensure it's properly secured.
Also, have you tried the AP connected to a different port on the switch?
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