Configure RRM on WLC to avoid interference

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Oct 5th, 2009
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I currently manage a wireless LAN with 1242 and 1131 LAPs and several 4400 WLCs on a fairground that consists of several

pavilions. Each pavilion has approximate dimensions of 80 x 60 meters, up to 10 LAPs placed on the perimeter.


Occasionally we have to coexist with other wireless networks (sometimes up to 80 per pavilion) that have already caused serious interference problems in the 2.4 GHz band, despite using TPC,

and DCA.


I set the policies of radio (RRM) in several ways, varying the parameters DCA sensitivity level (high-medium) and TX

power treshold (-65, -70) The channel and power changes, but I can't avoid these problems.

Is there any RRM configuration pattern that is suitable for an environment like this? What are the optimal values for an

environment like this? Are there other parameters that can help to solve the problems of interference from intervening in the dynamic channel assignment and power algorithm?


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