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60005,RF: Interference Profile Failed in radio 2.4GHz, per controller profile settings

 

Can someone please explain to me what seeing this on WLC Config Analyzer means?

 

Thanks...

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You are seeing this message

You are seeing this message (also in the log of the WLC) because the level of interference for the 2.4Ghz radio of the particular access-point is higher than the configured (or recommended) threshold.

You can find this information on the WLC on Monitor -> Access Points -> Radios -> 802.11b/g/n. You can tune those threshold on Wireless -> 802.11b/g/n -> RRM -> General.

The question for now is how high are those values and do you have problems because of this and the answer to that question is; it depends. If you think the values are too high or if you experiencing issues I would go to the location with a spectrum analyzer and see if I find the cause of the interference.

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Just to add, questions in the

Just to add, questions in the config analyzer should be posted on the WLCCA forum.  The owner of the tool typically will monitor. 

https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/12168506/wireless-lan-controller-config-analyzer-wlcca

freerk is correct though about the thresholds defined on the WLC itself.

Scott 

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