I have a campus area network with 10 Ubiquiti Stations served by a common Access Point. All Stations receive signals in the -56 to -70dbm range.
Several of the "best" signal Stations hiccup 1-2 times a day with a SNMP -2003 error. It only lasts momentarily and the users don't seem to notice any disruptions, but I am curious what the cause of this typically about 3% dropout error might be.
Is there anything I can do to reduce this issue, or isn't it a real problem?
The fact that it often seems to happen on the best signal radios, has me puzzled.