I did a topic search first and didn't find anything specific to my question, so I am starting this new topic.
We have a 9-story building and have deployed 6 Cisco 1131AG Access points on every other floor (1,3,5,7,9) and let them bleed through to cover the even floors.
The AP's are Lightweight and controlled by a 4400-series controller.
We're having various issues with coverage disappearing at times and coming back, and I believe it is crosstalk between AP's and the channels.
I had been reading about a new 'trend' of setting AP's to one channel instead of the 1,6,11 method.
I need to know if this is something you think we could try and make it work without any major issues?
I was thinking of making the 1st floor all channel 1, the 3rd floor all channel 6, the 5th floor all channel 11, 7th floor channel 1 and the 9th floor channel 6 - or if I am going to do something like that, should I make it 1st floor CH1, 3rd floor CH11, 5th floor CH1, 7th floor CH11, 9th floor CH1 ?
What is the school of thinking on this?
Thanks for any and all input.
If I am missing information to help you help me, please advise.