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TPCv1 VS TPCv2

Dear community,

I realized that I I was having TCPv2 enabled on one 5508 WLC for both a/g networks, after reading on the Cisco website it seems that it is better to let TCPv1 and enable TCPv2 only in special cases.

info : We don't use Voice in our infrastructure currently.

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Choose the Transmit Power Control version from the following options:

Interference Optimal Mode (TPCv2)—For scenarios where voice calls are extensively used. Transmit power is dynamically adjusted with the goal of minimum interference. It is suitable for dense networks. In this mode, there could be higher roaming delays and coverage hole incidents.


Note We recommend that you use TCPv2 only in cases where RF issues cannot be resolved by using TCPv1. Please evaluate and test the use of TPCv2 with the assistance of Cisco Services.


Coverage Optimal Mode (TPCv1)—(Default) Offers strong signal coverage and stability.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/7.2/configuration/guide/cg_rrm.html

Could you tell me if there's a need to use version 2 or if the best practice is to keep version 1 ?

Thanks for your returns,

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Re: TPCv1 VS TPCv2

Best practice is v1.... Don't use v2 even though its there. Most likely it will be supported in the future:)

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Re: TPCv1 VS TPCv2

Best practice is v1.... Don't use v2 even though its there. Most likely it will be supported in the future:)

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-Scott
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TPCv1 VS TPCv2

Dear Scott,

Many thanks for your reply, this is clear

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