Yesterday i've encounterd a problem with a wireless network on the site. It's a network with 1 AP1200 (8JA2 firmware) and 2 1200 (8JA2 firmware) configured as WGB. For security settings we've used WPA PSK, AES CCMP and ACL.
The network was running fine for 2 weeks, and yesterday the WGB's couldn't associate with the AP. When I tried to associate with my laptop (pcmcia cisco350) I could associate but I couldn't authenticate. I've replaced the AP with another 1200 with the same Firmware and settings.
Everything could now associate but the WGB-clients were not known by the AP, so there was no communication between the WGB-clients and the servers. ARP caching was enabled.
After I turned all the encryption and security off, and rebooted the wgb's and the AP, the WGB-clients appeared in the association table of my ap and the communication was back.
Has anyone encountered this sort of problems?? With this version firmware, 8JA2??
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