-Remote site has 50/10 cable link (no QoS). Cable company has verified connections/signal etc.. = good
-Wireless AP is cisco AIR-CAP3602I-A-K9 which connects back to a WISM (WS-SVC-WISM2-K9)
-Cisco 891 router VPN created back to ASA5520 Ping times across tunnel occasionally reach 200 - 500 ms intermittently. Mostly in the 40 -50ms range. Ping times out the internet are 40 - 50 ms as proved by Cable tech.
Issue: (ONLY OCCURS when using Wireless)
User selects application (chatty application) icon and desktop to start a session. No troubles, opens up fairly quickl (every time).
User is able to perform production activities, again no issues (every time).
User tries to end session and is unable to do so. For whatever reason she cannot terminate the session (EVERY TIME!)
Server team members are saying it is a result of the higher ping times. My response is "if it was high ping times then why doesn't affect login and use of application"? Server team has been reluctant to check server for any messages concerning this specific session.
This issue only occurs at this new site:
This issue occurs only when:
user tries to end the session when user is on wireless.
Anyone have any idea's on how to vett out the network/wireless connections?
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