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Connection Problem Device: SMC-WEBT-G Quantity: 9 pcs FLOOR : 3 floor Connection: Installed One CABLE each floor which is connected to on SMCWEBT-G and the 2 access point is bridge or repeater to the main SMCWEBT-G NOW, my problem is... everytime im going to connect the 1st floor connector to switch... IT STOPS THE CONNECTION. IP configuration is GOOD... Mac address of MAIN is copied to 2 accesspoint and 2 accesspoint mac is entered to main smcwebt-g MODE: configured as Repeater each Device Why is it stop or hangs the connectivity if i am going to connect the 2nd floor the the switch same as the 3rd floor? Any advise or any solution for my configuration? thanks in advance....

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    Update only the firmware.......

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Update the firmware of the all device

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