Most of the information for reconnecting should be found at the hAP Lite
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Once the connection is made check the "Registration" detail values. RX rate, TX rate, TX/RX signal strength, RX/TX CCQ .... you might be at the edge of range, or there might be serious interference.
(You use 2/3 of the available 2.4 GHz band, that must be free)
- get away from superchannel and no_country_set. There is no need to do this.
-WDS is not needed in this setup. The combination "AP bridge" and "station bridge" is a good alternative. I know the "wiki" is NOT consistent on this information on all places and even confusing.
- Same as station, but create WDS link with AP, using proprietary extension. AP configuration has to allow WDS links with this device. Note that this mode does not use entries in wds
station-bridge is the preferred mode unless there are specific reasons to use station-wds mode
This mode works only with RouterOS APs and provides support for transparent protocol-independent L2 bridging on the station device. RouterOS AP accepts clients in station-bridge mode when enabled using bridge-mode parameter. In this mode, the AP maintains a forwarding table with information on which MAC addresses are reachable over which station device.
This mode is MikroTik proprietary and cannot be used to connect to other brands of devices.
This mode is safe to use for L2 bridging and is the preferred mode unless there are specific reasons to use station-wds mode. With station-bridge mode, it is not possible to connect to CAPsMAN controlled CAP.
- if you set the wireless protocol to "nv2 nstreme 802.11" in the hAP Lite then it will follow the protocol setting of the hAP ac2. Sometimes you learn more about the environmental conditions in 802.11 mode.
- check the environment with "Freq usage" and "Snooper" for possible sources of interference.