because our wifi is much better
Yea, not so much. Still fighting this stale client problem years later
make a new topic, or email support. can't see any problems just from the image
We have several topics open with this issue. Take closer look at the image the second client in the image has a last activity time of several hundred seconds.
When this happens the interface will not pass traffic until the client is knocked off the AP. We have dealt with support, sent supout (Ticket#2012080366000334) and got no answers at all. Been fighting with this for well over a year now.
This was the last response we got from you.....
currently we are not able to suggest anything else - we see that there are
problems with the card itself or maybe with the noise that you have in that area,
as the software debug logs shows that the card can't transmit the frames (fails).
Those problems I see on both cards wlan2 and wlan3. Maybe it is because you are
using antenna-mode=ant-b setting. Maybe you have a different wireless cards to
Except that this happens randomly all over the network, not just on one node. Once the stale client has been cleared and locked out with an access list entry, everything works fine again. Over 2 years and nothing fixed, so you will forgive me for not thinking that your proprietary drivers are "much better".