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RxSOP values?

Hi,

 

I'm looking into tweaking the RxSOP values, but I can't figure out what the "auto" value means.

Anyone who can help me understand this?

 

For reference I'm looking at these settings on a 8540 controller, v8.5.161.0 and 2802e AP's.

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 Ref : https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/8-0/hdx_final/b_hdx_dg_final/high_density_experience_features_added_in_release_8_0.html

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  The RX-SOP default threshold value is Auto, which means that the RX-SOP threshold is set to the radio’s default value.

 M.

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 Ref : https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/8-0/hdx_final/b_hdx_dg_final/high_density_experience_features_added_in_release_8_0.html

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  The RX-SOP default threshold value is Auto, which means that the RX-SOP threshold is set to the radio’s default value.

 M.

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You can check this on a per-AP basis:

ap3700#sh controllers dot 0 /1
!
interface Dot11Radio0
(...)
Extended Radio Parameters:
Beacon period (not supported), range (not supported)
Ext Conf flags: 1
Mcast rate 0 Mbps (Disabled)
RX sensitivity -78 dB (Enabled)
CCA threshold -0 dB (Disabled)
Coverage Report Interval - 90

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-Jesus
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