Clients on Fortiap's 221C over 1000ms, but perfect signal
soooo strange behaviour. I have an Fortigate 60E OS7 with 2 Fortiap's 221C. This is running since years. Perfect signal, perfect pings. OS7 also since the first week it was released. Since about 2 Weeks. All clients except for one (an Lenovo Notebook), have unusable ping times and sometimes lose up to 80% of IP packets. The behaviour also takes place when the screens of the Android devices are permanently activated. Energy saving mechanisms are switched off. As always. A maximum of 6 clients are connected. All 5Ghz AC. So what have i done to solve the problem:
Changed MHZ and GHZ to 2,4 and mixed
Changed firmware versions on the AP's to older 6.x and 5.x
Shutdown AP's and left it switched off for a few hours
Connect only one client, and changed with other one Client
Shutdown the DB to 20%
Reset the Fortiap's to factory defaults[/ul]
Really everything. Is it possible that both AP's are defective? How can it be that there is only one client that reaches a straight line in smokeping and does not lose any packets?
config wireless-controller wtp-profile edit "FAP-221C" config platform set type 221C end set handoff-sta-thresh 30 set allowaccess https ssh snmp set frequency-handoff enable set ap-handoff enable config radio-1 set band 802.11n-only set short-guard-interval enable set auto-power-level enable set wids-profile "myprofile1" set darrp enable set vap-all manual set vaps "ssid1" "surfen" set channel "1" "6" "11" end config radio-2 set band 802.11ac-only set short-guard-interval enable set channel-bonding 80MHz set auto-power-level enable set wids-profile "myprofile1" set darrp enable set vap-all manual set vaps "ssid1" "ssid2" "ssid3" "surfen" set channel "40" "44" "48" "52" "56" "60" "64" "104" "108" "112" "116" "120" "124" "128" end next end
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