I have a WLC managed by WCS in an Arena Environment. During events we frequently notice rogue AP's which I believe may be causing interference with our devices. How can I tell if a rogue is an issue of concern because I usually look at the amount of dBi it puts out, if they are at -70, -80, or -90 dBi then I consider them a non-issue. Am I correct in my assesment, do I need to be concerned about a rogue if it drops to -60, -50, or even -40 dBi or am I looking at this all wrong?
The rouge AP timeout settings sets after how many minutes it would generate an alert message if a rouge AP is detected. If you change this setting to 0,you would not see the alert messages on the logs.A cleaner implementation of rogue client suppression would send a targeted de-authentication & then prevent future associations from that client.