I have been installing wireless links for about 4 years. In the last year or two I have install about 20 or so CISCO 350 bridge links. On about 90% of these links if you look at the logs there is million entries. It says lost association then reassociated over and over. Most are running wep some are not. Antenna RSSI on the links are from 30% to 100% on the different link (Strength doesnt seen to make a difference). Does anyone else have this problem or is just me? I ask TAC about it every time I call with any kind of a wireless case and they seem not to be concerned and dont have an answer for me. It has never been a problem till I started using Voice over IP equipment across some links.
I have some other brands of wireless bridges out there as well and once they connect they never disconnect till they are damaged in some way.
Launch the bug tool kit and type in the DDTS number is the id field
If you still have an RF issue the fix for the bug will not solve that but for the links where you have checked all possible sources of interference then it is most likely this problem
There is not a version of firmware on CCO that has this fix yet but if you contact the TAC and give them the description along with this DDTS number they will be able to help you get a fixed firmware version
I have had exactly the same issues with bridges running both 11.23 and 12.0. Most of these seemed to be fixed by moving to the latest release (12.01T1). I've still seen some issues with de-auth and re-auth about 1 second later, but with nothing like the frequency that it used to happen.
Since I've done this a lot of my very unhappy customers seem to be happy again. Why it took Cisco so long to fix this obvious bug is another question however....
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