So I have been having issues with both my AP105's, these things drop packets all the time and latency is just horrendous. I can get better latency over a vpn connection to branch clients 4 states away then I can with my local wireless clients. Something is really wrong with these things and both of these AP's do this. I have to reboot my wifi printer at least a few times a week and we have disconnects on our wireless clients as well. When I ping the AP's ethernet interfaces they respond just fine, something wrong with the wireless side of things.
Also, when I check for a new firmware for my devices, I get a "Received no response from server" message.
I am on version 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11_48994
Any help is much appreciated!
Yeah, I am mostly worried about packet loss. When I click on IDS I see a ton of AP's. What do I need to set for Transmit power if I want to statically assign a different channel to the 2.4 and 5ghz radios?
I have no more than 12 - 15 users at a time. It says 2 valid, 44 interfering and 1 rougue ap. I don't know what band they are connecting to, how do I find that. I dont seem to see that when I am looking through each connected client. I do have 2.4 and 5ghz enabled, where they were both set to adaptive radio managment assigned. I just statically assigned channels and it made no difference at all.
I do have prefer-5ghz, airtime set to fair-access.
Any ideas? I can provide any info needed.
Do do you have "Broadcast Filter All" enabled on your SSIDs?
Also 18.104.22.168 is older firmware. Please PM me and I will send you the latest.
I read another thread last week and I tried and set the broadcast to disabled and to all, which made no difference. Both of these AP's are on their own subnet as well. I will PM you for the firmware.
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