What Are Common Causes for AP Faults?
The common causes are as follows:
The AP does not have an IP address.
The AP's IP address conflicts with that of a device on the local LAN.
The network between the AP and AC is faulty.
The AP fails to be authenticated.
The number of APs connected to the AC reaches the upper limit.
The parameters such as the MAC address and SN of the AP conflict with the parameters of other APs.
The radio environment deteriorates.
The AP fails due to hardware problems.