Here is the problem:
1 network switch connected to the network, on that switch bunch of computers and teklogix 9150 access point.
When 9150 connected to the switch it kills all connections on that switch and everyone who on that switch timing out. when I remove 9150 from the switch and restart switch everything back to normal. Once the 9150 connected back to the switch it kill again all connected devices on that switch.
It kills any switch 9150 directly connected to.
Maybe you have problems with the spanning tree protocol. Have a look at the 9150 via telnet/network (notebook directly connected to the ethernet port of the 9150) or use the serial connection/hyperterm:
Use this command to disable the spanning tree
cfg put bridge.stp.enabled 0
Or check it on the switch and disable it if possible.
You're welcome. Well done.
The spanning-tree protocol is intended to avoid loops within a network; under some circumstances this protocoll may cause collisions. There are many articles in the internet about spanning tree (try WIKIPEDIA for example).
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Thank You so much, i sent that command to 9150 saved config restarted and it works ok now, will monitor a little bit.
Thank You again for fast response. Whould you please explain why it happened so I will have some understanding regarding this issue.
I have teh same problem but I could not use that command.
cfg put bridge.stp.enabled 0c>### cfg_putUIString: Bad key "bridge.stp.enabled".c>### Error putting "bridge.stp.enabled" as "0". >
this command may not be available in early versions of code. What is the date code of your AP ?
it is F192n
looks like this build is the last to not include the key. You will need a later build.