Clients were based on both Senao radio CPEs and Zinwell CPEs

On 11/8/06, Lonnie Nunweiler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
What are the brands of the client units?  They might very well have
the same gear inside which could account for the similar behaviour.

Lonnie

On 11/8/06, rabbtux rabbtux <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> All,
>
> I've seen this situation now several times, and wonder if someone on
> the list has an explaination for it.  Last week we took down one of
> our APs (802.11b)  for several hours to replace it with a new one.  We
> ran into some issues and had to fall back to using the original
> system.  We brought up the original system after being down for 3 or 4
> hours.
>
> Of the 25 subs, 4 or 5 CPEs did not re-associate with the AP.   All
> was cleared up when customers called & were instructed to recycle
> power to outdoor CPEs.  This situation happened to 3 different types
> of CPEs that we have in the field for this AP.
>
> Is there something fundamental in the 802.11b specification that I am
> missing?  Has anyone else seen this before?  I'm now ready to replace
> the AP with the new equipment, but worry that I'll have CPE
> re-association issues again if off-line for too long (2-4 hours?).
>
> Thanks for your replies,
> Marshall
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