We have 3 WAP321 units in the office, and while most of the time they work ok, we have had some issues where by users cannot connect. I have searched the forums already and found a related issue (the answer appeared to be to turn off TKIP and use AES only - which I have done) and while this seems to have done the job occasionally users still complain about being unable to join their devices to the network - mobile devices especially. Removing/forgetting the network and joining again usually works, but sometimes several attempts are needed.
I have enabled logging on all three of the AP's - there are a lot of authentication errors. I'm somewhat new to using Cisco devices, and was hoping somebody could take a look at one of the logs and help point me in the direction of where the problem may be.
These are links to the logs from each three WAP's that i copied a short while ago. Any help would be appreciated!
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