I am troubleshooting a problem where just one user
is having a problem. They intermittently drop their wifi
connection. If they do a repair, the connection comes back up without a problem.
No other user is having a problem at this location (at least that has been reported to me).
I am getting ready to have them look at upgrading the wireless driver and/or recreating the wireless profile on the machine.
My question is there an explanation of the RSSI signal ranges (i.e. what is bad, good, better, etc) ? For example, the user that is having a problem is showing a RSSI that is ranging between -74 to -78. I know that Cisco VOIP phones start having problems at -70. I have to deal with a regional IT person that I need to present the info to him in this way.