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Wireless HP Thin clients t510 kees dropping connections

Posted on 2013-05-21
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Hi All,

We have employed 30 of the HP t510 wireless thin clients running thinpro connecting to rdp session to a windows 2008 farm conection.

The uniits are running the latest image from HP. Users are able to make the connection, but it keeps dropping off if it was unused for a periord. I have turned power managment off but it did not make any difference, users have to re-start the network every morining or power down the unit and power it up gain.

Has anyone come accross this?

Any help will be greatly appreciated
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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Unused for how long? What type of access points?
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any time between 15-20 mints. We are using Cisco 1252G thro wireless controller runng cisco 7.02 ios.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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I have no experience with those devices but i do a fair amount of wifi stuff. Something that short seems like a power setting somewhere, probably the client devices. If it was windows I'd start with in checking "allow the system to turn off this device to save power" in the nic and any other green energy saver stuff.
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These are hp t510 thin clients, and I have disabled all the power management options on the units
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Can you please close this question. I have opened a call with HP.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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Why not let us know what the resolution is?
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still working wit hp on it
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HP is replacing the t-510 with t-610 models that seem to be working much better. the main defference i the wireless card on the units
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The new units are working
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