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Multiple IAP 205's having issues

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  • 1.  Multiple IAP 205's having issues

    Posted Aug 15, 2022 01:44 PM
    Hey Everyone,

    Apologies for the vague title, having a difficult time with getting these guys working. 

    Scenario

    Environment: Medical Clinic

    Devices: ~60

    IAP 205's: 3

    I do not have a virtual controller on these ap's so this is how I've been setting it up.

    Individually they provide the setmeup wireless connection. I connect to it and set up the ssid and password. Sometimes when I am configuring multiple they will see one another, but often times they set up individually. Once provisioned I put them up through the clinic and have them boot up.

    Issues:
    -The clients are randomly being kicked off of the wifi, it will show connected but no internet.
    -In the mornings it seems as if everyone experiences an initial struggle to connect.
    -The wifi signal will rotate from 1 bar to full strength and go back and forth.

    Please let me know what details I may provide for further assistance. I have been working on these and reading through forums for the past 48 hours straight and cannot find a solution. 



  • 2.  RE: Multiple IAP 205's having issues

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Aug 17, 2022 05:12 AM
    You probably want to create an Instant Cluster of these APs. These videos may help you get started.

    Also, upgrade the AP firmware if possible, and if you have not done yet.

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