I have 3 AP541Ns setup in a small environment. The wireless clients use laptops to attach, via RDP, to a Microsoft Terminal Server. They need the ability to walk, with laptop, from room to room, IE roaming wireless clients. The issue is the clients drop and re-attach constantly and takes up to 5 minutes to re-attach� to the WLAN / RDP session. Is this a symptom of going from WAP to WAP and is their anything I can do about it?
Even with the customer accepting the fact that they can not do "roaming wireless clients" the performance of these devices is poor at best. I have used the the enterprise products without issue. I should have looked through these boards before using the AP541Ns, they just aren't stable. My next step is support, which looks like is the common theme with these WAPs.. To bad.
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