Dont bother trying. I've bought 4 units of this and spent 2 months configuring them. From running 1 unit to 4 units concurrently, with all settings and even run it together with the older WAP54G (with latest firmware) the outcome is still the same.
Once you power cycle it, it would work great for about 4 hours and it will start going up and down. The first sign it's not working is when it failed to respond to PING request. Alternatively, you can use netstumbler to see the wave output its transmitting out. You'll notice it keeps dropping off after few hours.
I also noticed that when it behaves like this, packet losses are high. Seems like it keeps waiting for transmission and here i'm only running 1 unit on a separate channel than most AP (and yes I do know about the 1,6 and 11) channel not being overlap.
Bottom line is the unit firmware is having problems. I am very frustrated over this too ... please assist us CISCO.
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