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Transmit power change every 2 minutes 7.4.100.60

After a recent upgrade from 7.2 to 7.4.100.60, I've noticed some of my LAPs are changing their Tx Power every two minutes. I did not see any known caveat for something like this affecting 1242's. So I was wondering if anyone has seen this.

I am running TPCv1 and it set for every 600 seconds, now every every 120 seconds.

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Transmit power change every 2 minutes 7.4.100.60

Choose "On Demand" and click the "Invoke Power Update Once".

Re: Transmit power change every 2 minutes 7.4.100.60

And then leave it as 'on demand' I assume.

I'll have the weight the option of turning off TPC. This is a warehouse environment so TPC has been useful as everything changes.

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Re: Transmit power change every 2 minutes 7.4.100.60

Well it depends on how much RRM is changing the TX power.  If you had a survey done, it doesn't hurt to set the minimum TX power to allow for what was used during the survey.  TX power changes doesn't hurt unless its too low and you loose coverage.  So leaving it on or even disabling it can be an issue if the power it too low or even too high.

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Scott

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Re: Transmit power change every 2 minutes 7.4.100.60

Hello,

As per your query i can suggest you the following solution-

Do not use STATIC Tx power for AP or do not reboot the AP. If changed, reconfigure the power.

Hope this will help you.

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