I've been have trouble connecting one of my 1500 AP to my WLC4402. It was connected during testing to its root point but after installation it is giving the error Too Many Associations on Mesh Node in the Trap log and it cycles about every 10 minutes. It isn't any further away then when it was tested so I'm not sure what the problem is. I can see it as a neighbor from the root point but it will not join the mesh. I ran link test by searching for in clients by MAC address and it passes as well. Any help on this problem would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Re: Error Message Too Many Associations on Mesh Node
I would suggest changing your power levels on your Access Points so that your AP does not see as many neighbors. You could also try using directional antennas on some of your radios, there by narrowing the transmit range to a smaller 'beam', instead of omni-directional transmission.
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