We have two WAP321s in single-point setup mode, no captive portal enabled, running WPA2 and MAC filtering. With alarming regularity, updating the MAC Stations List with a new client causes the access point to reboot, all existing devices in the list to be removed and all wireless clients disconnected. This is then replicated to the other WAP321.
The updates to the MAC list are being performed from Windows 7 & Windows 2008 R2 clients running IE10.
The firmware version is currently 220.127.116.11 so I will be getting this updated to the latest revision, but the patch notes don't specifiy this as a known problem. Has anyone else seen this behaviour exhibited?
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