802.11d on WLC4404 controllers and LAPs

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We run 2 WLC4404 and 1 WLC4402 controllers (ver 5.0.148.0), with mostly air-lap1242ag ap's. A vendor REQUIRES that we use/enable 802.11d world mode on our APs, and I am having trouble finding if our setup will handle this standard. Our WCS system reports we are using IOS ver 12.4(13d)JA on the lightweight APs.


Can anyone verify that our current setup supports 802.11d, and also tell me how to enable it on controllers/waps? Thanks-

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Scott Fella Tue, 07/01/2008 - 20:31
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You might want to look at this:


Enabling Dynamic Transmit Power Control

When you enable Dynamic Transmit Power Control (DTPC), access points add channel and transmit power information to beacons. (On access points that run Cisco IOS software, this feature is called world mode.) Client devices using DTPC receive the information and adjust their settings automatically. For example, a client device used primarily in Japan could rely on DTPC to adjust its channel and power settings automatically when it travels to Italy and joins a network there. DTPC is enabled by default.


Enter this command to disable or enable DTPC:


config {802.11a | 802.11bg} dtpc {enable | disable}


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/3.2/configuration/guide/c32ccfg.html#wpmkr1085706



Scott Fella Wed, 07/02/2008 - 04:34
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Glad to help.

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