Questions tagged [access-point]

A networking hardware device that allows a Wi-Fi compliant device to connect to a wired network.

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Cisco AIR-AP1852i-E-K9 stuck in “waiting for uplink[…]” after startup

I pulled an old cisco AP from a shelf today at work to test something, and after starting up and connecting with PUTTy, i was greeted with (after startup), this - repeating over and over: [*02/16/...
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MU-MIMO with spatially separated antennas

Assume a MU-MIMO capable wifi access point with two external antennas. The antennas are placed in two different locations. It's not possible for a wifi signal to reach (via air) from one location to ...
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How to determine which Wifi channel offers the least interference?

I'm trying to set up a roaming wireless network. For this, I have tried to analyze the area of coverage for any external network interference. I do know that networks can change over time and Wifi ...
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Cisco AIR-CAP3702I-A-K9 connects to incorrect WLC via L3 broadcast

We have two WLCs on the same VLAN: 10.228.113.10 (SSO .11 & .12) and 10.228.113.15 (SSO .16 & .17). Edit: Both WLCs are running 8.5.171.0 code. .10 is primary WLC, .15 is backup WLC. 99% ...
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In wireless networks, how do Service Sets and Basic Service Sets relate to each other, if they do?

I am beginning to learn about networks and wireless networks, specifically, and am having trouble grasping how do Service Sets and Basic Service Sets relate to each other, if they do. Are Basic ...
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Set up multiple WAP4410N AP with same SSID

We are facing a WiFi connection issue in the prod environment at client place (a big hall, around 200ft x 150ft). Details: Environment: 4 Cisco WAP4410N Access points mounted on the pillars in the ...