"Invalid Password" or "Can't connect" messages on two different APs

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"Invalid Password" or "Can't connect" messages on two different APs
"Invalid Password" or "Can't connect" messages on two different APs
2015-11-02 19:00:05
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Hey,

I have both a TL-WA801N and a TL-WA901ND on the same network, both connected via a switch to a machine running pfSense which gives them a fixed IP via their mac address. Both APs have about 400 unique machines connecting to them in a month. I've set them up as basic as I could, WPA2 auth, but I get these messages all the time (can't connect, invalid password - even though I'm sure I'm inputting the correct one) and these issues usually go away after I login to the admin panel and reboot them. This started right after I've set them up, and it started about once daily but is now requiring 4-6 reboots every day.

Can anyone shed some light on this? What can be wrong? What other info would you need to help me in this?

Thank you for your time.
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Re:"Invalid Password" or "Can't connect" messages on two different APs
2015-11-04 09:27:46
If the users who connect first can connect,but those who connect later fail connecting, I guess the concurrent connections are already exceeding the limitations, which I think should be <32 or <16
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Re:"Invalid Password" or "Can't connect" messages on two different APs
2015-11-04 20:16:50
Tobacco, thanks for the quick reply. Is there any quick way to kick every connected client off wifi. Usually most are on standby so I only care about the ones I'm trying to connect.
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