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WLC Rogue Detection

Just wondering if anybody knows why when looking at the Rogue detection, the RSSI and SNR are both -1. What is the significance of -1.

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Re: WLC Rogue Detection

RSSI level indicate the signal strength. If your RSSI level is low it could be because of any interference

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Re: WLC Rogue Detection

Thanks for the reply. I know what RSSi and SNR is. The question is why do they both sometimes get reported with a value of -1. Typically, RSSI and SNR is the inverse of the other. When one goes up the other goes down. Anybody have any ideas?

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