When it is flipped against the 1200 housing the 2 integrated directional antennas are enabled. When it is flipped to a 90 degree or 180 degree position the 2 internal omnidirectional antennas are enabled. The switching is done physically, note the small recessed switch in the center edge of the antenna housing closest to the AP.
The "Flip-top" antenna really contains 4 antenna's. Two are used for omni-directions rated at 5dBi the other two are for patch ( Dircetional ) rated at 6dbi. FCC rules for UNNI-1 and UNII-2 radio's state the antenna must be attached.
To switch between the pair of antenna's is done mechanicaly. If you flip it so its parallel to the unit, it's a 6dBi patch, if you flip it out 90 degree's to unit it's a 5dBi Omni.
The "throughput" and "range" have to do with unicast and multicast traffic. These are like scripts that effect the custom data rate configuration. Setting each speed to Basic/Yes/No. If you set to Basic you allow uni and multi traffic. A setting of "Yes" allows only unicast traffic at the specified data rate. A "No" means no traffic can be sent. Caution do not set the 1 Mb/sec to "No" this is the speed management frames are sent, doing so will cause you to disconnect from the AP and not be able to reassociate to the AP.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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