Still having issues. I reconnected 4 laptops today on 2 different WAP4410n APs. The user will let me know if they get disconnected. Yesterday I even reflashed the firmward on them. Also in order to reconect to one of the Waps I had to cycle the power.
The laptops are different
One is a Dell Latitude c840 w/ Links wireless card and the other is a IBM t41 i believe.
I´ve ran into a problem when I tried to connect to the router using the Linksys VPN client. The client connects, then the DIAG led is lit and the router hangs... It seems that I´m not able to downgrade the firmware to 1.1.13 where the VPN works. Is cisco aware of this???
Just checking to see if there has ever been a resolution to this issue. I have several of these units set up and am experiencing this same issue. I start them and they work fine for a few days, then nothing. I use WIFI Analyzer on my phone or tablet and they are just not available. If I login to the web interface and reboot the AP it starts working again. At times I have noticed that on WIFI Analyzer I will see the signal suddenly appear normal for one refresh cycle, then drop to nothing for a while, then suddenly reappear. I have screen shots of this is you think it would help.
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