Question about Association Failures

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I haven't delved any deeper than a daily report but I see a few devices with between 20 and 30 association failures over the course of about 8 hours.  I was wondering if there's a "reasonable" number of such events in a high density network or whether this is indicative of a problem that requires action.  Most devices on the network don't seem to encounter any association failures at all but there are these few that do have quite a number of them - at least a high number relative to other devices on the WLAN.  I'll set up client monitors for the affected devices but it would be interesting to know if there's some tolerable percentage of association failures for a high density WLAN.

Thanks,

Steve

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Eliu Rodriguez

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I have the same issue, but the association failure rates are up to 800 in one single day. What could be the reason?
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Hi, Eliu,

I hope someone who can help us out will pick up on this thread.  I've still been seeing a few high numbers (in the low hundreds) and quite a few in the 20 - 40 range over the course of a day.

Steve
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I think that I found something that can be useful.  https://community.aerohive.com/aerohive/topics/macs-with-intermittent-connectivity

Hope that help with you. I am trying to decode all the info :D
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Hi Steve,
I hope so too. :)
In my case I am having around 10 handhelds (Datalogic Falcon) which are suddenly being disconnected from the wireless network. The APs that I am using mostly are AP350 and AP130.  I have the whole log info but no Idea on how to troubleshoot this. 

Eliu