Well.... it really depends on how dense your environment is.... like they state, there is no certain number to go by. On the 2.4ghz with many AP's and maybe multiple floors, you will always see channel overlap. Adding 20 to nearby AP's, of course will increase the RF index. I have seen numbers in the 1000's with default setting and the environment still works fine. Use this as a tool to gauge your environment, but isn't a tool to say your environment is bad per say.
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increasing weight was for me a way to emphasize the cause of such high RF index. Local IT staff reports "poor wireless access" so i'm trying to find out where it can come from. For now i don't have very much information. I'm expecting more details.
When you speak about density, do you mean density of our APs + rogues ?
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