@pankaj.bandewar I have created an AP group and assigned a 802.11b/g policy to it. I set the 802.11a policy to "None". I have to set the settings on the group, as these WLANs I need to broadcast are being broadcasted from other AP groups as well, which do not need to conform to the requirement. Yet I can still see clients connecting to the APs in the group with 802.11an, or 802.11b. Neither of these should be allowed. I also see the APs broadcasting on channels in the 5GHz range.
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Question I need to restrict certain wireless capabilities due to compliance reasons. These include: Limit power transmission Fixed channel No 802.11b No 5GHz The APs (AIR-CAP2702I-E-K9) are being controlled by the WLC. As far as I can see, I am only able to change the Tx Power Level on a per-AP basis (Wireless>All APs>AP), but ideally I would like to this this from a central location. I was able to fix the channel by creating an RF Profile and selecting the required channel under the DCA Channel list (Wireless>RF Profiles>Profile>RRM). I made sure to create a 802.11b/g profile and assigned it to the AP group under "RF Profile". I set the 802.11a profile to "none", in the hope that it will disable 5GHz, but this is not the case. I even set the Data Rates under the RF Profile to the following: 1Mbps: Disabled 2Mbps: Disabled 5.5Mbps: Disabled 6Mbps: Disabled 9Mbps: Disabled 11Mbps: Disabled 12Mbps: Mandatory 18Mbps: Supported 24Mbps: Supported 36Mbps: Supported 48Mbps: Supported 54Mbps: Supported I left the MCS setting unchanged (All selected). When checking the connected clients, I can see an iPhone is connected to one of the APs with 802.11an (5GHz) and checking the radios of all APs, I see that all APs in the group are still broadcasting on 5GHz channels?! So my main question is: How can I ensure that only the 2.4GHz spectrum is used and that 802.11b is not enabled? I am unable to use global settings, as we have other production APs that do not need to conform to the given requirements. Answer
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