[Server-devel] Technical questions

Martin Langhoff martin.langhoff at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 10:29:39 EST 2010

On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Eustace Amah <eamah at slb.com> wrote:
> One of the problem that am experiencing now is that I configured the 15 APs with same ESSID,
> different channels(1,6,11) shared among them and located all around the school.


> Remember that the APs are configured with different subnet from the lease of DHCP

not really. They are within a larger subnet -- the DHCP server knows
not to assign certain IP addresses. But do not tell the AP that it is
within that subnet, just tell it the IP address it has. Make sure you
are not running the AP as a router.

> ... server but when more than 3 XO tries to connect it knocks everyone out immediately.

Weird - time to complain to Cisco...

> The APs are PoE enabled. The models are Cisco Small Business Model WAP4410N.
> I have increased the power to the APs.

That's a good initial guess.


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