Ever since moving to the Peplink AP One minis (from crapple airports), I have been seeing an issue where my iPhone says it has full wifi signal, it has a dhcp address, but it cannot connect to anything on LAN or WAN. I have to disable and red able the wifi for it to sort it out.
Tonight I looked at the wifi logs. It shows that my phone was associated to two different APs at the same time. It started working after the first AP disassociated the client. Basically, I think my phone was sending traffic to one AP and the router was sending the responses to the other.
The issue occurs when I move from one room to another. Access point 1 is in the bedroom. Access point 2 is in the living room, and access point 3 is in the playroom. They are laid out from west to east. Ap1 is furthest west. When I move from bedroom to playroom, I see my phone associated with AP1, then it is associated with AP3 - phone does not have a valid connection at this point - then I see it dissociate from AP1 - and the wifi starts to work again.
Is there some magical handoff setting that I am missing? I had enabled spanning tree on the APs, and it seemed to fix it, then I disabled it and it came back. Let me know what other information that I can provide that may assist. All devices are running newest firmware. Router is running 7.0, and APs are 3.5.4.