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Hi we have problem with ProSafe Wireless-N Access Points WNAP210 which are installed together with ProSafe 16 AP Wireless Management System WMS5316. The access points keep losing wireless connection to devices even though the wireless controller says the APs are all connected and synchronized. Power off and power on of APs sorts it All connected via PoE all on one switch together Thank you

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Hi,

Am using for the past 5 months a LinkSys WRT300N as master with 2 WRT54G as slaves (repeaters). Both the 54Gs are using 1 of the original antenna + a rooftop mounted directonal antenna. 1 of the 54Gs is installed at a computer shop inside a school campus, the master 300N is at an office (outside the campus, a block away) and the other 54G is installed at a student dorm (3 blocks away from the office).

One favorable aspect of the 54G is that it will accept a firmware replacement; Alchemy and Talisman bySveasoft and DD-WRT by Brain Slayer, ipv6 by EarthLink, and another by Sputnik. I found the first 2 with the most features,  ease of installation and configure.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turns up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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Connect the cable from accesss point to a switch or if you have lan slots in wireless router.Make sure that you have to give static ip to the acceess point.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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SOURCE: I have 2 3COM 3CRWE454G75 -> AP, it does work in AP repeater mode

find the ip address problem or the firewall of there or proxy servr is there and re-configure it then you get the it and check the region if not same that also creating problem sir,

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SOURCE: I have a cisco 3560 poe switch which does'nt seem

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check physical port and cable itself.

if possible can you reboot that switch.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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Are you using the Linksys utility to connect to the wireless network?
If you are using that then you can switch over to windows utility.
It is very simple to connect to the wireless network.
Click Here for More info

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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