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DOT11RADIO0 Interface Flapping - Cisco 1142 Aironet

Posted on 2011-10-14
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I have a strange issue with a Cisco 1142 Aironet that I would really appreciate some help with.

Config has remained mostly un-touched and working since day 1 - the only changes having been the addition of MAC addresses to access-list 700.

Over the last day I have notice the SSID disappears, and all wireless clients are dropped.  If I wait 5 minutes, or re-boot the AP - the SSID is again broadcast and new wireless clients are accepted.

Could anyone offer any suggestions to help troubleshoot this issue ?

Thanks in advance.

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I would say this is an interference issue usually.

Can you post the Config for the AP and run a tool such as InSSIDer to see what other frequencies are in use?
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Issue was interference as suggested by craigbeck.  Changed to fixed channel rather than 'least congested' and problem went away.  Thanks craigbeck.
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No problem - glad to help :-)
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