We are using Cisco 1200 AP's(802.11b). If I had an area where there is channel overlap, how would I know that it does exits? Is there certain errors to look at on the AP's? I don't see anything in the log to reflect that it could be occuring.
Try using the Radio Diagnosis tool from the Ap1200 config page. It should show you the noise (S/N) on each channel. Trun-off radio port on one of the APs( with the same channel) and check the noise and compare the difference in noise levels.
If there is a channel overlap the client commnunication (packets) would be affected and might be displayed in the client properties page on the AP1200s.
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