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If both the STA and AP support channel change notification, the AP sends an action frame (802.11h) to the STA after the AP switches to a channel. The action frame is used to notify the STA of switching the channel immediately or after n Beacon intervals. The STA then switches the channel and retains online.
If the AP supports channel change notification but the STA does not support channel change notification, the AP sends an action frame to the STA, notifying the STA of switching the channel immediately or after n Beacon intervals. The STA does not process the action frame, and goes offline after the AP switches to the channel.
If the AP and STA do not support channel change notification, the AP switches to a channel and the STA goes offline.
You got to check a few things prior to perform any troubleshooting step. 1)whenever you face a disconnection check both end FO converters and try to figure out which one lights are blinking and which are not blinking in both ends at the same time. 2) are both the converter is similar make or not? If not please specify both makes. 3)How many devices are connected on both end after the AP's(approx)? Is there any switch or hub also present within the same network? 4)whenever you face a hang/disconnection position disconnect and reconnect power from one of the FO converters and see what happens then disconnect and reconnect power in the other end and see what you get. Please revert back with the above detail and I feel I will be able to help you out.Rather you will be able to find out where the issue lies by applying the above steps. All the best.
You need to connect all pc's and homehub to a switch so they can talk to one another. Then use the AP as a wireless access point to connect all wireless laptops, and connect the AP to the switch with ethernet cable, and you have a network. Just make sure that only your HH or AP supplies IP addresses or they will clash.