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Problem in 1242 with 802.11a radio

Hi all

I am facing a strange problem today. I have a 1242 root and a 1242 nonroot associated to each other via the "a" radio.

When I check the association table of the root, I can see that the Root is associated to a different IP address than the Nonroots IP address, however the name and the mac address of the NONroot is shown to be correct. Also this IP address in the association table of the root changes after every 2 mins with the name and the macaddress of the Nonroot being constant.

I found that these IP addresses belong to some other ROOT radios(These root radios neither have the SSID configured in them nor are their A-radios enabled)or sometimes of some office printer.

The association table of the Nonroot is perfect.

Does anybody have an idea whats going out as it is driving me crazy.

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Re: Problem in 1242 with 802.11a radio

When you say the IP addresses belong to some other ROOT radios, are these different APs? In that case did you try reloading the both the 1242s?

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Re: Problem in 1242 with 802.11a radio

Yes they are the IP addresses of other BR350 Root radios. I didnt try to reloading the 1242 but I can give it a try.

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