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Understand the reasons and solutions for frequent network outages in wireless AP

Understand the reasons and solutions for frequent network outages in wireless AP

In today’s highly popular internet environment, our daily life and work are closely connected to the internet. While pursuing higher Japan Wi-Fi speeds, stable network transmission quality is receiving increasing attention. Wireless AP is often used to expand the coverage range of networks, but the frequent disconnection problem of wireless AP has troubled many users. Let’s take a look at several common problem phenomena and their respective solutions.

1. Problem phenomenon: The wireless signal is unstable

In fact, this is a typical channel interference problem. If you are not planning to switch to a dual or triple band WiFi device, you can only solve problems such as signal instability and interference by modifying the WiFi channel. The specific operation method is to enter the router or AP management background, scan the channel utilization rate, and then select the lower utilization rate in channels 1, 6, or 11, and modify it to use that channel, thereby reducing signal-to-noise ratio and improving signal quality.

2. Problem phenomenon: It indicates that the network cannot be accessed

This situation is generally caused by the maximum number of wireless client accesses. Due to the varying configurations and performance of wireless devices from different brands, the number of devices they can support also varies. To solve this problem, users can increase or relax the wireless connection quantity of the AP appropriately based on its hardware performance, or achieve network expansion by increasing the number of APs to increase the number of devices.

3. Problem symptom: Wireless AP hardware failure

Solution: When the device shows a fault light or incorrect indicator light, you can try restarting the device to solve the problem. If the problem remains unresolved after restarting, it is recommended to contact after-sales support in a timely manner to obtain a more detailed solution.

4. Problem phenomenon: There is a significant difference in signal strength in the same environment

This situation is generally due to issues with wireless network planning, resulting in signal coverage strength not meeting standards in some areas. Solution: If in the early stages of wireless network construction, there are blind spots and weak areas of signal coverage caused by planning issues, and due to environmental limitations that cannot penetrate, resulting in poor signal quality, then it is necessary to consider increasing the number of APs to solve the coverage problem.

5. Problem phenomenon: Intermittent network

This type of problem is usually caused by a large number of access terminals and a small number of address pools, or by illegal DHCP attacks. Solution: You can try using static IP address configuration or reducing DHCP lease time. For illegal attacks, it is recommended to set up DHCP snooping to detect gateway address turbulence and promptly eliminate duplicate IP addresses to ensure network stability.

Overall, frequent network disconnections in wireless APs are often caused by the number of connected users and the environment in which they are located. This requires users to plan their networking plan reasonably, configure operating parameters appropriately, and enable security protection functions to avoid them. Of course, the performance of wireless AP devices is also important, and high-performance devices can naturally provide a more stable and secure network environment.

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