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Re: iPhone and Network Disruptions ...
- From: Christian Kuhtz
- Date: Sat Jul 21 22:29:21 2007
If that hypothesis is true, I'm surprised I haven't seen it in all
the analysis I've done with it. But I don't have any Cisco AP's to
play with either.
On Jul 21, 2007, at 9:52 PM, Bill Woodcock wrote:
Cisco, Duke has now come to see the elimination of the problem,
"*Duke Resolves iPhone, Wi-Fi Outage Problems"* at
Since neither Apple, Cisco nor Duke seems willing to say exactly
problem was or what they fixed; not very surprising; it was
"Duh" problem unique to Duke's network.
Nope. My understanding is that it's an ARP storm, or something
when the iPhone roams onto a new 802.11 hotspot. Apple hasn't
fix yet, so Cisco had to do an emergency patch for some of their
customers. This is just my understanding based on one conversation
it. I'd feel like an idiot saying "don't quote me" on NANOG,
don't have any special knowledge about it, nor personal experience