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Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authentications

I have a remote site whose wlan consist of a 2112-WLC and twelve 1142N's.  The issue I am seeing is that several clients will associate continuously   throughout the day.  This does not occur for any specific client or ap.  These multiple associations appear to take place every 5-10 minutes most of the time.  I have 4 other sites using the same wireless network equipment and I do not see this problem.  I have verified the ap signal strengths and verified that the noise and interference levels are ok.  Any assistance provided will be very appreciated.

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Re: Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authenticatio

Is enable session time out enabled

WLANS-->ADVANCED-->Look at enable session time out ... what does it say ?

__________________________________________________________________________________________ "Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin ___________________________________________________________
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Re: Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authenticatio

Are the clients roaming between AP's or reassociating to the same AP?

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Re: Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authenticatio

They appear to be associating to the same one multiple times until they move to another location.

Re: Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authenticatio

Is enable session time out enabled

WLANS-->ADVANCED-->Look at enable session time out ... what does it say ?

__________________________________________________________________________________________ "Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin ___________________________________________________________
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Re: Continuous Wireless Client Associations and De-authenticatio

Yes, the enable session timeout is enabled and is

configured for 24 hours.

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