roaming AP

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Jun 6th, 2007

I'm connected a the AP 1 near my office.

The power of signal is good. After the time my client change AP and choose che other AP (and the signal became less).

i define this feature with roaming.

This is a general problem (not only my client e AP).

i TRIED to power off the AP1 , but the roaming there is always from other AP.

LATELY , there are more ROGUE AP in this area. There is a solution for to exclude this ROGUE AP. I think that the clients view this rogue AP with excellent signal and try to connect to it.In this operation the client disconnect him with the AP.

Can you help me?



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drolemc Wed, 06/13/2007 - 05:10

You can either increase the Power of the Access Point or try to detect and disable rouge APs.This can be done using Wireless Intrusion Detection System.

fcostalunga Wed, 06/13/2007 - 05:19

how can you disable the rogue APs?

i can choose 4 solutions:

1 - Acknowledge External

2 - Contain Rogue

3 - Known Internal

4 - Alert Unknown

there isn't the word "disable".

Can you explain me how do you do?




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