Sophos Central Endpoint and SEC: Computers fail/hang on boot after the Microsoft Windows April 9, 2019 update. Please follow knowledge base article 133945
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I've just installed Sophos APX and XG in a few new sites but I haven't had so many problems with a single wireless product!
Most often, we have clients that can't connect to the APs despite having the correct password saved on their devices. It seems that the AP intermittently forgets or changes the SSID password.... not exactly sure how or why it would do this but clients try to connect and are given the "password is incorrect" message. So my only fix so far is to reboot the AP using cloud.sophos.com. The problem here, though, is that it's not a fix and the problem will resurface in a day or two.
The APs in question never have more than about 15 users connected so I cannot see them being overloaded. In fact, these problems first arose when the building was still under construction. Why would the APs, with constant connection to the cloud, have issues with their own provisioning?
I've not had this issue with any other product... and when I reached out to support, they told me there is no problem. My next course of action will be to move the APs to be controlled by the XG instead of the cloud. Hopefully this will bring some better reliability.
4 hours later... clients again can see the SSID being advertised but it won't let any clients connect. Reboot access point again. Please... Sophos Support, is there anything I can do? Right now, I'm thinking the only thing I can do is go back to Meraki.
In reply to koolkevbo:
Hello,If you have raised Sophos support case please let me know the ID or send me your contact details in PM, so I can help you to investigate this issue.
In reply to AnkitKansara:
I do have a ticket number that is the same problem but for a different location than the one I started this thread. Originally, support said there was no problem but there clearly is a problem with APs somehow forgetting their SSID settings or losing their configs until reboot. On May 6 when I made this thread, I had to reboot the AP a couple of times in one day due to the same issue. Luckily, the issue hasn't returned since May 6.
Here's the other ticket: [#8842797]
I had a look at given ticket ID, not much information logged into it.
If you still having similar issue or have any issues with APX then let me know. We yet not received similar issues from field for APX.
We are closely monitoring issues for APX and product management team has visibility on it.