Re: [WISPA] Trango 5830 AP going deaf

2010-03-20 Thread Gary Garrett
That is the classic sign of a mid path lightning strike. Kind of like looking at a nuclear explosion with field glasses. It probably hit somewhere closer to the AP than the clients. We had a strike in the middle of a lake... it got the AP and all the clients all around the lake shore, not

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Re: [WISPA] Trango 5830 AP going deaf

2010-03-20 Thread Tom DeReggi
Overall our Trango APs have lasted very long, been super reliable, more reliable than any other product we have ever used. Many going on 10 years now, without a blip. But, for the few that have failed, one of the commom symptoms is going deaf. It can be hard to troubleshoot because at first,