[Server-devel] Technical questions
eamah at slb.com
Fri Jan 22 01:50:59 EST 2010
This is a different access points. I will try and return it to factory default settings and change their placement in the school areas and also may be play with the channels.
Hope it works well.
From: dsd.olpc at gmail.com [mailto:dsd.olpc at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Daniel Drake
Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 11:10 PM
To: Eustace Amah
Cc: Martin Langhoff; James Cameron; akleider at sonic.net; Reuben K. Caron; taiwo.alabi; server-devel at lists.laptop.org; Emeka Lewis Nwankwo; kene.ijezie
Subject: Re: [Server-devel] Technical questions
2010/1/21 Eustace Amah <eamah at slb.com>:
> 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 server but when more than 3 XO tries to connect it knocks everyone out immediately. The APs are PoE enabled. The models are Cisco Small Business Model WAP4410N. I have increased the power to the APs.
Sounds like an access point problem indeed. Do you remember in the
training that we also had trouble with this access point? I can't
remember our conclusion exactly, did we decide that they didn't work
well because we weren't using an antenna?
Perhaps our conclusion was wrong and this access point is simply
crashing for other reasons - perhaps due to the "load" of 3 XOs, as
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