Users report that accesses to the wireless network inside a meeting room are not successful even after repeated attempts. A network technician verifies that the meeting room space is served by a lightweight AP and the radio is working. What is a likely cause of the problem?

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Users report that accesses to the wireless network inside a meeting room are not successful even after repeated attempts. A network technician verifies that the meeting room space is served by a lightweight AP and the radio is working. What is a likely cause of the problem? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 1 month ago
Users report that accesses to the wireless network inside a meeting room are not successful even after repeated attempts. A network technician verifies that the meeting room space is served by a lightweight AP and the radio is working. What is a likely cause of the problem?

  • The AP is operating in FlexConnect mode.
  • The AP has lost connectivity to the WLC.
  • The radio signal is too weak.
  • Too many users are trying to connect to the AP.
  • Successfully operating a lightweight AP and providing a working BSS require the following:
  • The AP must have connectivity to the access layer switch.
  • The AP must have connectivity to the WLC, unless it is operating in FlexConnect mode.

Explanation: The facts that no wireless clients can associate with the LAP and that the radio is working suggest that the AP has lost the connection to the WLC.

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