We do have 4 (four) Cisco WAP321 in one of our offices. Things were working pretty well for a while. Then clients are randomly being disconnected from the AP (Windows laptops, iOS and Android phones and tablets, etc). Looking through the logs, I notice 'STA is leaving IBSS or ESS' for the disconnected clients, even though they are not leaving the environment at all.
We´re using the last firmware, and the 4 (four) devices are configured using Single Point Setup.
Since they are not so far from each other, the channels are: 1, 6, 11 then 1 again. Both AP´s using channel 1 are very far from each other.
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