Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Timed wireless disconnection in Technical; Hi Guys!
We currently run 8 AP's throughout the school and over the holidays the builders have unplugged and lost ...
2nd October 2009, 11:35 AM #1
Timed wireless disconnection
We currently run 8 AP's throughout the school and over the holidays the builders have unplugged and lost 2, so the wireless is a bit "wobbly" at the moment but the strangest problem has been happening with teachers losing connection to the entire network about 12. Very strange how itís always 12, any ideas?? Because I am stumped!!
2nd October 2009, 11:55 AM #2
Plugged one back into a timer switch somewhere? (Sorry, maybe a bit too obvious!)
Did you have any timed disconnects set up before the hols - could the time be out of whack?
What authentication method are you using for wireless?
2nd October 2009, 11:58 AM #3
no they have never been on a timer or anything, its strange never had any problems with ruckus kit before. Its WPA i think?!
2nd October 2009, 01:18 PM #4
Can you please elaborate on "wobbly"?
When the clients are disconnected view the logs on the ZoneDirector what do you see?
AP's loosing heartbeats? Clients roaming aggressively?
7th October 2009, 12:32 PM #5
Right think iv sorted it out guys, one ap was flashing but listed as disconnected so i reset it and the now its connected fine. so just got to find the missing ap now and we should be flying again!! cheers for your help
7th October 2009, 01:11 PM #6
I know this will sound silly but are the kitchen staff using something like a microwave that will drown out the wifi. I know that when her in doors uses ours it breaks mine at home.
7th October 2009, 01:24 PM #7
The usual I.T Crowd "Have you tried an un expected forced reboot! "
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