- Other APs on the network are over utilizing the channel.
- The AP has a defective radio.
- There are too many wireless users on the network.
- The client is too far from the AP.
Explanation: The connection score shown in the Client View window is determined by dividing the current data rate of the client by the lower maximum supported date rate of either the client or the AP. A connection score of 21% results from the client current data rate of 30 Mbps divided by the maximum data rate which would be 144 Mbps (30 / 144 = .21). This indicates that the client is too far away from the associated AP.