Jammer Detected

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May 17th, 2007
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Hello all,


I have two 1310's running in bridge mode that at times encounter problems with dropping connection.


The only thing I see that may be at issue here is a large number of "Jammer Detected" however I can not seem to locate any information on it.


Any help?


Thanks!

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Jammer Detected, is when the AP detects a sustained level of RF energy which it has determined is not 802.11.


Typically 2.4ghz phones, microwaves, etc. I had at one point a physically damaged nic which was just spewing RF, in the 2.4ghz spectrum.


Personally i used the congio spectrum expert to help me locate the issue. Any spectrum analyzer will help you locate the issue at hand.

srosenthal Fri, 05/25/2007 - 06:48
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If you do not have a spectrum analyzer, you can use the tools in the bridge to view channel unitilization to see how much RF is detected on each channel. Let that run for about 5 minutes min to see what channel you can set your bridges for.


The other alternative would be to set the root bridge to use the least congested channel.


Seth Rosentha, CWNE #55

Rob Huffman Fri, 05/25/2007 - 08:46
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Hi Robert/Seth,


Both excellent answers! 5 points for each of you on this one :)


Take care,

Rob

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