I had something vaguely similar happen...   The radio would stop passing
data.   It turned out to be a client at around 10 miles that had set his cpe
for G mode and was rapidly bouncing back and forth between G and B and up
and down speedwise.

Set him to B and no more misbehaving.



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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "KyWiFi LLC" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "WISPA List" <wireless@wispa.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2006 12:46 PM
Subject: [WISPA] StarOS/WRAP/CM9 Issue


> We are experiencing a recurring problem with one of the WRAP
> boards running StarOS with CM-9 cards in our network. The problem
> initially started out with the board locking up every 3 - 4 days like
> clockwork. The problem was resolved by an onsite reboot because
> I was unable to login to the board and it was unresponsive after it
> locked up. After several onsite visits over the past month and after
> replacing the power supply, poe injector and Cat5 surge protectors
> on both ends of the Cat5, I decided that it was a bad WRAP board
> so I replaced it with a new one. To be on the safe side, I re-configured
> the board manually without uploading the server.dat backup file. The
> board worked fine for a week and then the clients on wpci1 lost their
> connection. I was able to login to the board and reboot it this time but
> the reboot did not resolve the issue. None of the clients on this CM-9
> were able to re-associate to it following the reboot. The issue was
resolved
> by replacing that particular CM-9 card with a new one. Well, a week later,
> it is doing the same exact thing again. The other CM-9 is working properly
> as it is serving a BH link to one of our other sites. The signal on it is
normal
> and clients are passing traffic through it (wpci2) normally. Has anyone
> experienced this type of problem in their own network? At this point, I am
> thinking we received a bad batch of CM-9 cards or there is a problem with
> the Cat5. Being that it is happening with the same card slot (wpci1) I
honestly
> do not feel it is a Cat5 related issue so I'm leaning more towards it
being
> a bad batch of CM-9 cards or defective WRAP board. Any tips on further
> troubleshooting this issue? What are the odds of it being a problem with
> the Cat5 cable?
>
>
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