With an 802.11G WLAN if my AP's can see 1 or more AP's on the same channel as itself within Rx Neighbours could this be a indication of co-channel interference? - Or would this only be the case if the RSSI of the Rx Neighbor on the same channel was above a certain level?
AP has a neighbor on same channel for 2.4 GHz radio, with power. These reports on possible co-channel interference. This may or may not be relevant depending on power and application used. AP has a neighbor on same channel for 5 GHz radio, with power. These reports on possible co-channel interference. This may or may not be relevant depending on power and application used. AP has a neighbor on an adjacent channel for X GHz radio, with power. This reports possible adjacent channel interference, which may be disruptive depending on how far is the AP on channel distance, and the power received
To configure IP Address in AP
config ap static-ip enable AP-NAME IP-ADDRESS MASK GATEWAY
To configure AP Credentials for Telnet/SSH
config ap telnet enable AP-NAME
config ap ssh enable AP-NAME
config ap mgmtuser add username USERNAME password PASSWORD en...
We are unable to see the radios APs available... we connect direct to to the POE 110SG-24 ptos switch but its star blinking as it is running and suddenly blinking form red-blue-green-off .. .as we read it means it doesnt have enough power... b...
I want to reserve IPs which are got from dhcp server. My dhcp server is configured in cisco WLC-2504.
I can reserve IPs by mac binding in cisco 3850 switch. What is the procedure for WLC-2504. (
I've already issued "config network ip-mac-bindi...