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This was solved with an early access firmware (220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168). 22.214.171.124-4.1 (IAP-205) didn't...
This was solved with an early access firmware (126.96.36.199-188.8.131.52). 184.108.40.206-4.1 (IAP-205) didn't support Meshing with 802.11ac.
...authentication to an access role profile. A computer or notebook, which is communication all the...
In our setup, we use the mesh technology to bridge the wired network to another building. This is working fine so far.
However, we face timeouts for the devices behind the Mesh point. One switch (directly connected to Mesh point) loses connection after some time and is not reachable until ARP is flashed or the switch is sending a Multicast package. (Ping to the switch, 45% of packets are lost). Port is configured to be trusted so I can assume that we dont have any issued with authentication to an access role profile.
A computer or notebook, which is communication all the time, does not show this behavior. It has connection all the time. Phones are loosing the connection as well.
Any ideas what is missing?
Enet 0 bridging should be enabled in-order to use AP wired port to extend wired network.
Please refer below article.
I did it according this recommendation (incl. reboot) but "show swarm state" still shows "extended-ssid active:yes" and Mesh not working. Reboot didn't help.
Do I need to delete all existing SSIDs? Or is there another way?
how can i used the wired link form the mesh point to extend the wired network.