I'm facing an issue that clients are disconnected from the wireless because of "WLAN driver wireless client out of range."
Client is running on ax mode.
I saw these bugs were fixed on 22.214.171.124, and It was observed in AP-635 and AP-655 access points, but my controllers are on AOS 126.96.36.199, and the issue is on 535 AP.
Has anyone else run into the same problem?
Thanks for your reply.
Interested to follow the thread, I've got the same issue here with AP-535 and AP-555 (version 188.8.131.52) + AOS8 L2 Cluster (2x7220)
We are also affected by this issue.184.108.40.206 with AP-315's
We are having this issue as well, after upgrading to 220.127.116.11, on AP-315's.
Could it be that your client moved out of range of the AP and roamed to another AP (from AP xxx014 to AP xxxx002, and later to AP xxxxx007)? That is what the message says and that would not be an issue but normal behavior that clients roam to the closest/strongest AP.Do you clients actually experience problems with the connectivity?
Hello Herman, thank you so much for your reply.The affected client is a PS5 gaming console that sits stationary on a tabletop. And the AP that it is associated to isn't showing any ARM changes anytime near the event. I don't recall seeing this particular error before our rent upgrade from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124.The end user has reported that their gaming console reports not having Internet connectivity during the "outage". We have user-debug enabled for the client and we will be monitoring, and we have asked the user to report to us quickly if/when the issue arises again.
I have same issue with AP-535 and after upgrading to 126.96.36.199. User roamed and got disconnected and had to reauthenticate, causing slight "downtime".
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