That ap is indoor use only. The 3802p is also an indoor access point but is approved to have antennas outdoor. The “p” is compliant for outdoor wireless per the regulatory domain restrictions. These can be in an enclose that fits your needs. The 3802e is not approved for outdoor wireless, again per the regulatory domain as it’s not approved. Max TX is the difference for example for the ap to be in compliance. Cisco does have outdoor rates access points, that is what you need to look into.
There are many whom use the external enclosure and that works like you mentioned, but you need an enclosure. Cisco has a “p” model that is suppose to be used if antennas are located outside. They no longer recommend using an “e” module when you have antennas located outside. Basically if the antenna has line of site with the sky you are suppose to use the “p” model as that is approved for outdoor, the “e” is not.
Hi, My customer wants to Download a report of users with MAC addresses who logged in June 2020. He is using PRTG but that Server is not connected with WLC. What we need to do to achieve this goal? Thanks in advance. Regards,Waqas
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Hi All,We have 9100 AP trying to join on 9800 WLC. When AP try to join controller it gives below error Sending Join request to 172.16.31.66 through port 5254Discarding msg CAPWAP_WTP_EVENT_REQUEST(type 9) in CAPWAP state: Join(5)Discarding msg CAPWAP...
Hello, I hope somebody has a solution for the issue I am facing. I have 2 WAP150's, both with firmware 126.96.36.199, and I am not able to save a specific change. Under Wireless > Radio > Advanced Settings > Legacy Rate Sets I can unselect ra...