02-26-2014 09:34 AM - edited 02-26-2014 10:34 AM
I´ve 20 IAP225 configured as Standalone because I can´t have more than 16 SSID distributed by the 20 APs.
But in standalone mode any change in the a WLAN profile cause a reboot on the AP. Is this normal?
And if I try to delete a WLAN SSID profile the AP reboots after I click on the x, and doesn't remove it.
Can anyone help me?
02-26-2014 11:07 AM
Are you running the latest firmware? Check the support site. Also, why do you need that many SSIDs...that will absolutely kill your RF.
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02-26-2014 11:50 AM
The SSIDs are for a Science and Technology park that incubates startups and hosts business innovation centers.
All the startups have a virtual network (VLANs and SSIDs) on a shared network infrastructure.
In practice if I could associate a SSID just to one IAP the maximum SSIDs on a single AP would be 7.
That’s the reason I´ve the IAP on a standalone mode. But I have strange behaviors, like clients complaining that after one or two hours of wifi connectivity they lose it and take some minutes to connect again.
Last hour I was checking arm parameters and channels changings when I found out that the ntp wasn´t configured. When I configure NTP I figure out that I need to reboot the AP to the system time be updated :smileysad:, is this a feature or some bug?
After synchronize the clocks I´ll investigate the logs , as I think that I´ve to change some arm parameters, because of interference or the prefer bands options are not working well.
They running 22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199 software version
Aruba Operating System Software.
ArubaOS (MODEL: 225), Version 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206
Copyright (c) 2002-2013, Aruba Networks, Inc.
Compiled on 2013-11-26 at 13:57:54 PST (build 41049) by p4build
02-26-2014 12:00 PM
You might also try v.220.127.116.11. There were some client connectivity issues that were resolved between 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 on the IAP-225. Not guaranteeing anything though. Ultimately a TAC case may be needed for debugging