What are common causes for AP faults

The common causes are as follows:
- The AP does not have an IP address.
- The AP's IP address conflicts with that of a device on the local LAN.
- The network between the AP and AC is faulty.
- The AP fails to be authenticated.
- The number of APs connected to the AC reaches the upper limit.
- The parameters such as the MAC address and SN on the AP conflict with the parameters on other APs.
- The radio environment deteriorates.
- The AP fails due to hardware problems.

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