We've three AP541 on a network. The first is connected to the internet router, the other two are at either end of the network perimeter connected to the first wirelessly (wireless bridging). Although it all worked at inception, shortly after clients connected to the two at the perimeter lost connectivity permanently. although we can get things working by swtiching all off and on again in sequance, it never works for more than a few hours/days before dropping again.
Is anyone else doing wireless bridging and seeing these issues on the AP541?
Re: AP541's using wireless bridging are falling over.
Hi jollyitsolutions, thank you for using our forum, my name is Luis I am part of the Small business Support community. I read your post and I suggest checking your configuration from the SSID, please try to use low security in order to try if your devices are able to connect, also you can follow this article about WDS, you can check in the link below.
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