DISCONNECT PROBLEM WITH BR350 and 350 series PCI ADATORS
I have a BR350 with about 50 wireless clients linked with wireless PCI Adoptors. Both are CISCO devices. Lately i have been experiencing a lot of disconnects, especially at peak periods. Disconnects occurs radomly, however the clients that get into the network first tends stay on more than others.
I have tried various solutions to the problem but no luck, i have installed a second bridge at the base station but it did not help. The bridges were plugged to the same switch, i am not sure there is limit switch in this case. I have also upgraded the two bridges to the current firmware version.
Any suggestion or idea on possible solution will be very helpfull.
Re: DISCONNECT PROBLEM WITH BR350 and 350 series PCI ADATORS
Thanks for the reply. I agree with you, it has to be a congestion problem 'cos it never happened until the number of links exceeded 40. If it is a congestion problem, how can it be resolved. I have setup two 350 bridges, hoping it will take care of it, but there is still few disconnects taking place.
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