I work at a college campus where we have a couple of 1310 bridges between our main campus and a group of apartment buildings that we own 3 blocks down the road. One 1310 bridge is in our bell tower and the other is in one of the apartments. The other apartments have 1240 AG access points. The problem I am having is that periodically the remote apartments will loose their network connection. Originally I thought it was a problem with the remote bridge because rebooting the bridge at the remote apartment would bring the connection back up. I recently discovered that I could bring the remote location back up by rebooting the bridge in the belltower. At first we could go a couple of weeks before the link would go down now it seems to be happening much more frequently.
Any help in troubleshooting this would be appreciated.
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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