Analysis of Several Common Faults in Using Wireless APs

In addition to the selection of wireless APs, troubleshooting and processing in later use is also very important. Some time ago, Feng Runda’s WeChat public number left a message for fans wanting to understand this knowledge. The following lists several common wireless APs in use. Possible faults in the process for your reference.

1, wireless speed decline Generally wireless AP will automatically adjust the transmission rate to adapt to changes in signal strength, to ensure the smooth flow of the network. If the connection rate drops significantly during a certain period of time, there may be a problem with the wireless network. Try the following operations:

Whether there are obstructions next to the AP, place the AP in the middle of the house in a higher position; whether there are interference devices, or other home appliances with the same frequency, you can change the channel of the wireless AP to a channel that is not commonly used in other household appliances. Generally, it is 14 channels.

2. The wireless network does not receive data If the AP is connected to the router and everything is normal, the Internet connection of the wireless network can be shared, indicating that there is no problem with the hardware and settings of the wireless AP. Since the data cannot be received, it indicates that the connection to the network has not been established correctly. The cause of the failure may be the connection between the wireless AP and the switch.

If the switch supports the smart port, you can determine the device connected to the peer and perform the port mode switch automatically. Otherwise, you should use the specified jumper to connect the wireless AP and the switch. In general, the connection between network devices should use crossover lines. Therefore, it is recommended to use crossover cables to connect wireless APs and switches to test whether the fault is resolved.

3. Too many devices connected to the wireless network If an AP is connected to too many devices at the same time, the performance of the AP may be rapidly weakened. In this case, you can increase the number of APs or replace the AP with a larger number of devices.

4, the computer can not communicate with the wireless network In this case, according to the following investigation: Check all the wireless AP cable and ensure that the power indicator shows green; verify all wireless network attribute settings are correct; to ensure that the computer received from the access point signal is good.

5. Instable rate If the transmission rate of the AP is in use, it may be caused by the AP's distance, interference, etc. Because the AP can automatically adjust the speed according to the environment, the speed change is normal and the distance is far. Speed ​​will decrease. The AP can be placed in the center of the entire wireless network and its location should be as high as possible.

If you have experienced the above situation during the use of Fengrunda Wireless AP, you can perform troubleshooting. If you still cannot solve the problem, please consult the after-sales technology.

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