Why does DCA de-auth clients when RRM does not?

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Can someone out there clarify why, if clients are not de-authenticated when LWAPP APs go off-channel to scan for Interference/Rogue APs/Noise, that clients have to be de-authenticated when the Dynamic Channel Allocation process chnages the channel? Aren't both processes doing the same thing (changing channels), and taking the same time to accomplish it (50-60ms)? It seems like de-authenticating the clients is like throwing the baby (client) out with the bathwater (channel). If the client is sustainable during the off-channel scans how less sustainable are they when the channel plan changes? Inquiring minds want to know...

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