I wouldn't characterize the issue I've been seeing here as the access point "crashing" because it's still controllable after the ESSID disappears from the airwaves.
And of course I don't have a Dlink AP.
If I did I probably give it an ESSID of "Hlinky". :o)
If you didn't know it already, Harald is not just some random guy on the Internet
(like me). If he says someone is crashing his APs, someone is crashing his APs.
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