Webex Recording (2009) explaining the tool, how to use it, and some day to day field tips
RF Health Metric
New in Version 3.3.0
New experimental troubleshooting tool: “RF Health” This is a modification of the RF index to change the format to a 0 to 100 metric, the higher the better, for a easier to use experience it should work properly to isolate what areas/Aps of the deployment are having a bad RF state, affecting clients.
RF Health will try to calculate different metrics applicable to RF quality on the AP, and convert to a single 100 based scale. It takes into consideration things like low SNR client count, co-channel interference, channel utilization for nearby Aps, noise, etc. It currently supports 20/40 channel width, and handles properly bonding scenarios. You can open “RF problem finder” to get details on the metric per type, per AP, for in depth analysis Please provide your feedback on the metric, for additional improvements, change on default values, etc.
Ok, since the beginning, CAP's have been capable of functioning as OEAP devices.
I can attach to the public net, and get my enterprise SSID. (configured from the WLC)
But can I make the 'AUX' port do anything? Does the device in this mode prov...
Hi! I have a Cisco C1111-8PW that has a built-in wireless AP. I have three other not built-in wireless APs (1832's) that I will be using as well, but right now, I do not have them plugged in. They are just to provide ex...
I have a Cisco AP2800i running as an autonomous and I want to replace it with a Cisco WLC 3504. Is there any way to transfer the 2800i configurations to the new 3504?
Both are running 184.108.40.206 firmware versions.