Check the status of the LEDs of the Access Points in the affected area. If they are off, plug the Access Points back in. If they are blue or flashing green, check to see if other nearby Access Points have lost power. If all Access Points are plugged in, look for obstructions that could cause interference between Access Points that do have connectivity. Consider moving or adding Access Points to bring connectivity back to the affected area.
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