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WLC Clean Air - AP Reboot

Good Day.

 

I have a 5508 WLC, and need to enable Clean Air.

 

I have no access to a LAB environment, and need to know if the AP will reboot after the Clean Air is enabled ?

 

Also, when I need to change the "channel list" in the DCA page on the 2.4gHz radios ?

 

 

 

Kind Regards

 

 

 

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DCA can not be adjusted without interruption and the next DCA run can/will change the channels again and thus can cause a short interruption.

 

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No.  It won't.

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Thanx Leo ! 

 

You 100% sure ?   Dont wan't to bring down the whole network . . .. .

 

Also, when I need to change the "channel list" in the DCA page on the 2.4gHz radios ?

 

Regards

 

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Don't believe me?  Open a TAC Case.

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and for the second part of my question ?

 

Also, when I need to change the "channel list" in the DCA page on the 2.4gHz radios ?

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The radios need to be turned OFF before you can change the channels list.

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DCA can not be adjusted without interruption and the next DCA run can/will change the channels again and thus can cause a short interruption.

 

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Corrected my answer

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Cisco CleanAir is a spectrum intelligence solution designed to proactively manage the challenges of a shared wireless spectrum. It allows you to see all of the users of the shared spectrum (both native devices and foreign interferers). It also enables you or your network to act upon this information.