I have a Cisco certified company who designs and installs wireless who are telling some of our Customers otherwise. They are stating the AP's should be hung vertically (wall mount) with the ethernet entering to the left side due to the internal OmniDirectional Radio.
I have read nothing in Cisco Doc's to make this statement true.
I have been told by Cisco that due to Location tracking algorithms on LWAPP configured 1130's that the Horizontal mount is official. Notice the "LWAPP" !!!! and does this still hold true for Autonomous 1130AP's?
Thanks again for a speedy reply. with regards to my obviously "miscalculated" LWAPP statement. I was mostly concerned with the Location tracking algorithms on the IOS! but, ...thanks for setting me straight with the " least common denominator" statement. I do understand the hardware won't change. :)
I'm wondering if you have any links to an official Cisco document with these statements? I want some ammunition!! if you know what I mean. :)
Thanks again for a technically "amusing morning. have a nice day.
I have never seen any exect radiation pattern of the AP1130. But Cisco says there are two omnidirectional diversity antenna. The AP can be mounted on the wall verticaly and below the ceiling horizontaly as well. I performed some inacurate measuring. The signal is the same in all directions except the back. So if you would like to cover a room hang the AP in the center of the ceiling OR put the AP verticaly on some wall. Never put the AP above a suspend ceiling face side to the ceiling.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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Powershell SNMP Module (Install-Module -Name SNMP)
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