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Intel Client has problems staying connected to Cisco Wireless

Intel Client has problems staying connected to Cisco Wireless

Intel Client has problems staying connected to Cisco Wireless

I have an issue where I have several wireless clients that use the Intel A.B/G wireless card.  The problem I am running into is that these clients intermittently and randomly lose their connection to our cisco wirelss infrastructure.  I think I know part of the problem is due to the fact that these wireless client operate at 50mW vs. the older Cisco 350 cards which operate at 100mW.  Before I jump the gun, has anyone else discovered a similar problem?  We do have the latest Intel Client PRO Set and Drivers and the Cisco IOS 1242 apo's are running 12.3.8(JEA).

If there is anything that is needed, please let me know and I will reply.


Mark C. Greenwood, CNE, CCNA, BICSI II

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