Congested AP Channels

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May 14th, 2007

Hey, got a question....I have several 1231 in an area and I can not make due with the 3 channels allowed with 802.11g WLAN. I have the option of throttling one or two back to eliminate the overlap, but I was also wondering if it was possible to turn a few into repeaters to solve the issue. So therefore there's my question, can channel conflicts still exist between AP-root and Repeater-nonroot?

Correct Answer by ericgarnel about 9 years 9 months ago

Yes. Both radios will still be in 2.4 GHz space . Do the 1231s have "a" radios? if not, the bridge will be across the same channel

I take it that you are running them in autonomous mode & not using a WLC to control them via LWAPP. You will have to do some tweaking with the channels & power then.

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ericgarnel Mon, 05/14/2007 - 07:14

Yes. Both radios will still be in 2.4 GHz space . Do the 1231s have "a" radios? if not, the bridge will be across the same channel

I take it that you are running them in autonomous mode & not using a WLC to control them via LWAPP. You will have to do some tweaking with the channels & power then.

jeffrey.chaisso... Mon, 05/14/2007 - 07:41

Yes you are correct about being Autonomous mode, I guess I will begin the power tweaking. Thanks!

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