The vWLAN version is 18.104.22.168 and the Access Point Firmware is 6.5.4-11.
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The best way to tell why an AP is getting into a bad state would be to physically connect a console cable to the AP and log all of its output to a file. You would then need to submit the file to Technical Support. With that being said, I feel this particular situation would be better handled in a support ticket. If you open a ticket please come back to this thread after it is resolved to post the solution so others can benefit from it. You can create one using any of the methods listed below. Please reference the URL of this thread when opening the ticket to help provide background information to our support team.
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Technical Support discovered that a handful of our Access Points did not have the VLAN for the SSID in question properly trunked to the Access Point. I added the VLAN needed to the switch port and the access point has not locked up yet since.
The EtherIP tunnel created to an access point with the correct VLAN access was apparently causing the Access Point to lock up if too many users connected to the Access Point.