I have seen in the forum of cisco that the accesspoint WAP4410N have a lot of problem, dropping connections, lost DCHP, and the best way to solved this problem is disconnect of the power and then connected.
I would like ask if any have the best configuration for this access point.
I have two devices and have the same problem that I found in the forum, but this is not a good solution, I need that this devices are stable and not need disconnect for fix the problem.
I also had problems like that (on two identical devices) running earlier versions of the firmware. However the v184.108.40.206 update solved everything (the entry in the changelog for that version explained what the issue was).
Even though you are running the latest version, I suggest "upgrading" to v220.127.116.11 again. Once that's complete, perform a factory reset and finally reconfigure from scratch... it's a long shot, but I have had success with this approach in the past myself when a firmware update didn't solve the problem(s) it was supposed to address.
If that doesn't solve it, let me know and I'll detail my config for you to copy.
My name Eric Moyers. I am an Engineer in the Small Business Support Center.
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing this issue.
Would you mind sharing your syslogs with this post or if you prefer, send them to me by mousing over my picture. When you do, you should be able to see my email. After looking at your logs, I should be able to offer some advice on how to resolve this issue for you.
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Just to clarify, I have had no issues with the WAP4410N since the v18.104.22.168 firmware update. I contributed to this thread in an effort to help "edgarmenmor" who seems to have the same/similar issues that I had pre v22.214.171.124.
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