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Bluetooth Filter for rogue detection

I have setup WLSE 2.11, and everything is working great. The rogue detection works fine, but appears to be picking up bluetooth phones, mice, printers, etc... I don't know what else it could be because I don't see how one AP in one dorm could detect 40+ Ad-hoc rogues. The APs are set for b/g, and I know bluetooth is also 2.4 GHz.

Is this probably what is happening? Is there anyway to fiter them out?

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Re: Bluetooth Filter for rogue detection

The behaviour that you are seeing is normal. Since the microwave and other bluetooth devices operate in the same frequency range they will also be detected as rogue devices. To eliminate these devices to be detected as rogue devices, you have to physically remove these devices for the WLAN area.

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