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The alarm is what mean

The following this sentence what the problem is:

Interference threshold violation reported by '802.11b/g/n' interface of AP '10F-AP001', connected to Controller '30.1.255.1'.

Interference changed to acceptable level on '802.11b/g/n' interface of AP '10F-AP001', connected to Controller '30.1.255.1'.

How to solve the wrong not to be reported??

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Re: The alarm is what mean

It means the AP detected a significant amount of interference on the channel it was on. If you have spectrum expert you could listen in the area of that AP,to see what kind of interferer was out there and find/remove it.

Steve

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