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BR350 Association problems

I am bench testing 2 BR350 bridges to be used in a customer's production network. I have one set for Root and the other set for Non-root without clients.

The channel and SSID match. Initially the bridges connect and communicate without a problem. When I remove power from one or both and then repower, they never establish the association. Is this a timeout issue, bad bridge device? Any help appreciated. I do not want a customer call everytime their power blips!!!

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Re: BR350 Association problems

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Re: BR350 Association problems

How are you re-establishing the connection following a power failure?

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Re: BR350 Association problems

So far, I have had to disable spanning tree on the bridges. This allows them to reassociate but drops them back to AP/Root and Site Survey client. I then have to re-enable spanning tree. I was under the impression that the re-association was "automatic".

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Re: BR350 Association problems

Spanning Tree is on by default. You can not shut it off without changing the roles of the radios. Leave Spanning Tree on. When you say not associated, is it not showing up on the associations table or is it showing up unassigned? If it is showing up unassigned, this will not change until traffic is passing through it.

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