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Javier Contreras
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

The idea is that using the analyzer, is possible to quickly identify physical areas where RF is "problematic", typically ending on voice quality issues.


The metrics can be adjusted to make it easier to find what is the issue of more concern to the people analyzing the RF enviroment, for example in 11b/g using a high metric for co-channel would be more important, or in 11a would checking for side-channel interference.

The metric is calculated on sh run-config values, which acts as "snap shot" of current RF conditions.

The result "index" gives an indication on how bad could be this AP, depending on set conditions. No hard value to say "when is bad", but to orientate where to focus attention

Example on non-working environment for voice: -17 APs on high RF Count -Two channel deployment -Third-party phones not working .

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