Access points resets repeatedly updating the firmware

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AP 3710i
WC 5210 v 9.21.02.0014



The site consists of 330 Aps  and the behavior is observed in some of them always the same way: first, it is not possible to connect on the 2.4, next:  the reboot, with the firmware update message (several cliclos)

The example below is a library served by 4 ap with 250 users at most. Bandwidth limited to 2 Mb per connection.



Any idea?
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Casimiro

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Posted 3 years ago

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Doug Hyde, Technical Support Manager

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Are you blocking TFTP somewhere in the network between the acess point and the controller?
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Also I would suggest contacting support, we would want to see the ap trace log package or assist in tailing the ap.log which will show the state of the access point.
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Doug,

The TFP is not blocked and the AP is already updated with this veriosn 9.21.02.0014.

Case opened: 01175091 with logs attached.

Tks.
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Based on the ap logging there was an issue with eth0's connection, AP's were moved from inline injectors to PoE switches, no new issues reported since the move...