What is causing the performance problem? - Cisco SBP AP541N
We have two Cisco AP541N running our wireless network in the office. They're configured with the same SSID, so that people are automatically switched between the two access points depending on their location in the office.
Frequently we are experiencing very poor performance of our wireless connections and it seems to be related to when 4-5 clients are connected to one access point. After restarting it (which also moves the 5 clients to the other access point), the performance problem goes away for a while.
I've upgraded one to firmware version AP541N-K9-2.0(1) (the other is running AP541N-K9-1.8(0)), but it doesn't seem to help.
Does anyone have a clue what the cause for this problem could be? Or how I should trouble shoot?
With best regards,
PS Being a newbie to this forum, Iapologize for any newbie-mistakes..
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