WAP321 severe packet loss with Intel 2200 series cards
I am having severe packet loss issues with my WAP321s and Intel wireless adapters, specifically 2200bg, 2200n, and 2230n. I get occasional complete dropouts for over 1 minute at a time, and average of 30% packet loss on a ping test (varies from 10% to 50% on shorter tests). I have a total of 8 WAP321 in a cluster with single point setup, but I have tested a single AP separate from the cluster with identical results.
Things I have tried on WAP321:
Set radio to b/g only, set radio to n only.
disabled QoS and WMM
disable Bandwidth utilization
change fragmentation and RTS thresholds.
change transmit power
change beacon interval
tried unsecured as well as WPA2-Personal
20Mhz channel width and 20/40.
Things I have tried on the Intel cards:
disable power management
disable n mode
change transmit power settings
change roaming aggressiveness
disable bluetooth AMP
channel 20Mhz or Auto
3 different Intel Drivers including current 16.1.1.
Has anyone had any experience with this combination of hardware, and do you have any solutions?
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