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Data communication problems accross my WLAN Bridge

I have two buildings connected via two EOC3220s. One is set to Bridge, the other to AP, and the AP side has an 8 port ProCurve managed switch with two PCs and a Linksys AP attached. I am having problems syncing hand held devices across this setup if there is data to upload. If there isn't data on the hand held, then it syncs just fine. Any thoughts?

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The first step here is to identify exactly what portion of the link is the culprit. Clearly you must have some sort of AP in the remote building for the handheld devices to connect to, since the bridge radio won't perform that function. So I would attach an AP of that type directly to the ProCurve and see if the problem is present or absent when you try to sync devices using that AP without any involvement by the Engenius units at all. If you isolate the behavior to the Engenius units, you may have to play with the Data Rate and Fragment Threshold settings.

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