My Prime Maps does not show a heatmap for one of 3 new Access Points. I deleted the AP from the map and replaced it once but still no heatmap. The AP is active. In the heatmap settings, the AP is selected as well.
Also in prime, you have to make sure your only looking at 2.4ghz or 5ghz. If you select both, heat map will not be generated. I'm also assuming that your environment is up and running fine and you have clients associated to the wireless.
Hi All, The AP is working, there are no clients in the moment but there where client in the past connected. Other AP's on the same map do show "heat" signal. In AP Settings, only b/g/n is selected. there are 5 AP's on this map. Load Status windows says:
Done loading 5 APs Done Loading Heatmaps
Even disable the AP from the heatmap and enable it again will not show the heat for this AP.
I Found the solution: The Floor is 10 meters high, the AP is set to the hight of 10 meters. Antenna Type is set to AIR-ANT2566P4W. Solution: set the hight of the AP to 3 meters and than you have a heatmap (not higher that 5 meters).
ok, Found the solution. The Floor is 10 meters high, the AP is set to the hight of 10 meters. Antenna Type is set to AIR-ANT2566P4W. Solution: set the hight of the AP to 3 meters and than you have a heatmap (not higher that 5 meters).
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Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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