Hi, My name is Eric Moyers. I am a Network Support Engineer in the Cisco Small Business Support Center. Thank you for using the Cisco Community Post Forums.
It looks like your WAP may be set to auto mode for the channel. You will get disconnects like that when the WAP automatically changes channels then once it is set the wireless device(PC, MAC, etc) will automatically reconnect. If the WAP is in a congested wireless environment, then your WAP could spend more time hopping channels than allowing connections.
Chk that and if it is set it to a static channel and see if the same thing still occurs.
Eric Moyers .:|:.:|:.
Cisco Small Business US STAC Advanced Support Engineer
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Hello, my name is Jonathan and i am one of the Engineers here at Cisco Small Business,
I apologize for the long delay in answering your question, by now i assume you found out what the reason of your issue was, if you have any questions regarding this unit or any other you can contact us back. thanks
I came across the same problem as you. I was connecting a wireless client that did not support 802.11n to my radio broadcasting 2.4GHz. Normally, 802.11n broadcasting on a 2.4GHz radio is backward compatible with 802.11b/g clients, but for performance, I had my 2.4GHz radio only set to 802.11n. Which was causing these same errors: " deauthed from BSSID [RADIO MAC] reason 3: STA is leaving IBSS or ESS".
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