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I've deployed a total of 15 WAP321s in 3 sites and every time I order a batch (3-4 units) for a client deployment, I'm almost certain (100% for the past 3 orders) to have half the WAPs fail within 2-3 days of deployment. Just last week, I received 7 units and I'm contacting my Cisco partner to return 3 units. With the 4-6 week return/service time frame, it is becoming ridiculous for a Cisco product. If this keeps up, I will stop deploying Cisco in the wireless area. We've already started deploying Netgear for routers instead of the RV series.
Recent batch "dead" units:
All the WAPs are wall or ceiling mounted and powered from a Cisco SG300-28PP switch. In the case of the 7 units below, the units are not even deployed to the actual locations and are just being configured and connected using the supplied ethernet cable to the switch.
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