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I have a mac book pro with dual boot 64 bit windows 7.  In the office we have 5 clustered cisco AP 541N Access Points. For some reason this mac even though its being used right next to one of the access points its getting very low connectivity and intermittently the wireless stops working. I have checked the drivers and they appear to be working correctly and the Access Point has been checked and rechecked and works perfectly with any other wireless computer or device. Any ideas as to what the problem could be or how it could be resolved
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the channel the access point is using. I would try changing to see if that helps.
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The channel gets updated on a regular basis
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have you tried that macbook on any other wireless network. Do you get the same issue elsewhere. If not then its bound to be something on this network causing issue however if the same thing happens elsewhere then suspect could be the wireless card.
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