I have already read a lot about the problem I'm going to introduce, but no post has either comments or a solution from anyone.....
A customer of ours has 4 WAP321 access points deployed.and clients are experiencing problems with latency on ALL access points. This results in slow response times with remote desktop sessions and remarkable slow PING response times. Altogether there is no packet loss as far as I can see, but the slow response times can get as high as above 500 ms!
Like others who have the same problem, I changed frequencies, channels, bandwith utilisation, firmware and so on with no result.
It looks like this is a flaw in the WAP321 series, only no one at Cisco seems to address this issue.. (judging by the minimal response to posts regarding this issue).
Therefore, I hope that someone can shed some light on this and that this post won't be one of the many unanswered/ignored ones...
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