->: Performance improvements for MRs directly connected to an MX (Wi-Fi 6 MRs)
had bad upload speed (MR Mgig ports connected to gbit mx) but its fixed now.
@TomasB with Meraki there is no difference, it is simply that once a certain percentage of networks are using the Stable Release Candidate version, it becomes a Stable version
We have found this update to be good, but we are having one issue. One of our windows laptop models running a realtek adaptar started having issues after upgrading to the release candidate. Normally our laptops have 15 or less connections in a 24 hour period. After the update this number soared into the 1000s on one particular device type which we have around 100 or so devices deployed. This included devices disconnecting and reconnecting to the same AP over and over in a matter of a couple seconds. This lead to lagging and issues with Zoom clients especially. Anyone else run into this?
I cannot say we have han any issue. We're running with Intel WIFI6 AX201 on our Windows laptops.
From what I have seen I can see a client roaming between two AP's every min.
But, no disassociation and no disconnections.
I'm note sure why this occurs. The signal is good to both AP's.
I will try with this:
Client balancing = Disable
Enable band steering = On
I have seen lot of this on our hand held terminals running Android.
They are connected to a SSID with a static password (WPA2)
I would be happy if anyone know what can cause this issue?
The devices are in lockdown mode so there is no wrong password set by user for example:
Have you figure out a solution to this? Most of my laptops have Realtek cards (RTL 8822) and they are either disconnection every few seconds or roaming from different APs
This goes on for 100's of rows for the last hour
Yes, we are having the exact same issue with our MR46 and MR52 and Realtek adapters. No issue with our Intel cards. Currently have ticket opened with Meraki and HP. Meraki disabled 802.11k but no improvement. Seems to occur on both 2.4 and 5. AX disabled. Tried lowering roaming aggressiveness, disabled band steering and client balancing. Zero improvement so far.
Yes! We did all those things we were recommended by support with no improvement. I will say that like usual after we did their troubleshooting they closed our case even though I kept telling them that this was still an issue. I also did not hear anything back from our rep after emailing him multiple times and him telling me they would look into it.
I would recommend upgrading. We're running 28.6 on ~360 AP's with WPA2 PSK on one SSID and Radius on another. We have no issues with this.