Mikrotik Wifi Error Codes / Descriptions can be reported in detail.
Joining failed: Communication can only take place in station mode. it also failed to connect to the AP for some reason.
Join timeout: This can be a nuisance in Station Mode. Perform when the first flag fails to receive the frame. It may be at a remote point from the connection capacity or a low signal level. Due to the noise at different frequencies, the station connection may not take place.
No beacons: No response from remote communication for WDS connection. Possible There may be a communication problem due to low signal, low power, or noise.
Extensive data loss: The local connection interface has performed more than one failed communication at the lowest possible rate and cannot capture the signal level sufficient to send the data, or noise, frequency pollution in the environment does not allow this data to be carried.
Decided to deauth, <802.11 reason>: Wanted to disconnect your remote connection.
Inactivity: The remote device rejected the connection request because it could not see the connection movement.
Device disabled: Local connection interface is disabled
Got deauth, <802.11 reason>: Connection request is not allowed according to 802.11. This error may be caused by MAC filtering or security encryption.
Got disassoc, <802.11 reason>: The connection session is being terminated. Bad data packet or data transfer not conforming to 802.11 protocol.
Auth frame from AP: The connection frame could not be received remotely. Try again by switching the other party’s connection from AP to Bridge or a different protocol.
Bad SSID: Invalid SSID for WDS Link
Beacon from non-AP: The connection type of the other party is not in AP mode. Probably the mode has changed or the incompatible protocol is selected.
No WDS support: WDS Mode is not supported.
Failed to confirm SSID: SSID is not supported for WDS Link.
Hardware failure. It may be an unknown situation. You can try the software update.
Lost connection: Connection dropped. The communication protocol is different or there is a situation that prevents the connection to continue.
Auth timeout: Encountered at the station. The AP does not allow you to connect, or the possible communication protocols are incompatible (you may not have permission in MAC filtering or Access List)
Assoc timeout: Encountered at the station. The AP does not allow you to connect, or the possible communication protocols are incompatible (you may not have permission in MAC filtering or Access List)
Compression setup failure: Connection impossible, Insufficient source or not enough compression for compression. An error that may occur if the AP cannot support the connection when a large number of connections are made.