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Mobility Express and different regulatory domains

Have mixed Mobility Express environment with access points AP 1852 produced for -I and -E regulatory domains. All the APs have joined the controller.

If a master AP has the option "Country" in "controller" setting for -I domain, all -I access points work well but -E access points have only 2.4 GHz band enabled, that is 5 GHz disabled and no way to enable 5 GHz

If a master AP has the option "Country" in "controller" setting for -E domain, all -E access points work well but -I access points have only 2.4 GHz band enabled, that is 5 GHz disabled  and no way to enable 5 GHz. In shot, the behavior is opposite.

Is there the way to make Mobility Express controller work in both bands for EVERY access point?

 

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Sandeep Choudhary
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Hi,

 

Running multiple country codes......is not a good idea.

If you have multiple regulatory domain APs...... then Only common channels will be allowed. Power will also be curtailed to the most common one.

 

Every AP with a different country code have different permissible level of power and a regulatory authority . So in case you wanna mix the AP with different codes, it will choose the ones with lower power level 

 

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Your point is right. According to the datasheet and xlsx-file (power and channels) for 1852 aps models have indeed common channels in 5 GHz:

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However, if -I APs work well in 5 GHz, -E APs don't and vice versa. There is no simultaneous functioning among all the APs in the 5 Ghz band. Furthermore, we can't see any Radio interface settings for 5 Ghz band in this case.

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