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AP 65 802.11b

Wireless B devices fail to connect while G devices connnect reliably.

Worldwide deployments with similar issues across the Spectrum
Ping Test shows concurrent G and B devices conncted to th same access point with identical parameters save the .11 spectrum (B vs G)
trouble access point
G devices avg 20 ms and 0% loss - B devices 60+ ms 46% loss
adjacent access point
G devices avg 20 ms and 0% loss - B devices 30 ms 5% loss

I have 6 AP's with this problem. Is it a failing radio or something else that I cannot identify
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Re: AP 65 802.11b

What type of 802.11b devices are they specifically?
What type of encryption is being used?
Has this always been an issue or just recently?
What is the date of the 802.11b firmware?
Are there firmware updates from the manufacturer to try?


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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AP 65 Wirless B Additional info

Device - Zebra QL320+ Wireless barcode label printer
Crypt - WPA TKIP PEAP Radius

Problem time frame is difficult to quantify. Users are only aware of application perfromance. easons for failure are unclear. Some failures related to Radius performance, application server performance or wireless performance.
QL320+ Firmware- Latest Version 11z27 Sep 2010

WLAN Equipment
Aruba 6000 Aruba OS ver 3.3.2.18 FIPS
Aruba AP65 FW Image 3.3.2.18 FIPS
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Re: AP 65 802.11b

There are quite a few variables in here. Was this always a problem, or just recently? If so, does the problem correlate with an event?


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Resolution

Michael,

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