I have a HP ProCurve MSM 410 AP. It will accept clients and then in 20 minutes it starts dropping connections..and will not let them back on with a restart. I have poured over the specs for both AP and...
I'm having a very similar issue with 5 MSM410's (at 2 differant locations), purchased at the same time, from the same vendor.
With 2, when connected using PoE Injector, the AP gets hot (at the Data/Poe port), and only permits 3 devices to connect before the devices start losing the ability comminicate beyond the AP (i.e. I can logon to the AP with the Web Interface (WI), but cannot ping the DHCP server or even the Gateway device on the other side of th AP from the devices, but can ping both directions without issue from the AP's WI). HOWEVER; when connected using the PoE from a Cisco ASA-5505 (port 0/6 or 0/7) the devices work flawlessly.
- For this site, I replaced the Power Injector first, then replaced the AP. No change
- When connected to the PoE on the Cisco the unit does not run "Hot".
With 3 others at another location, they only allow 3 devices to connect and will disconnect any devices previously connected. These 3 are supplied PoE from Dell PowerConnect Gigabit Switches (also used to supply power to the VoIP and PoE Security Camera's), and also run Hot at the Data/PoE ports. We have not tried power injectors at this site.
I've tried to find any indication of how to adjust the PoE and Data Port settings to resolve this, but cannot find anything, and this appears to be a unique issue, as noone I have contacted has ever experianced it.
Mar 28, 2011 |
HP ProCurve MSM410 (J9426A) Pre-802.11n...