I have a WAP561, with several devices connected in (not more than ten or eleven); I have 4 PCs, and the problem is when I try to copy big files (more than 500 MB) between two of these PCs... In these cases, the conection falls down, and the file trasferred is not completed at all.
It's not a PCs problem, because I tested this case with another AP (Linksys E3200) and it works fine
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.
What is the bandwidth utilization set for on the WAP561? Also when you do a file transfer do see if you can setup a packet capture during that process. That may help shed some light on the issue as well.
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