TX Power Levels are low after WLC upgrade to 18.104.22.168
I recently upgraded our WLC 4404 to release 22.214.171.124. The process was very smooth with no
issues. The controller manages access points in two buildings. Prior to the upgrade the access points were maintaining high TX power levels...typically between 1 and 3. After the upgrade the power levels all droped to 6 and 8. I have confirmed that the correct external antenas have been set for each access point. I have not done a site survey to see if the lower power levels are acceptable. But the environment has been very consistent for the past year with regards to TX power levels. For the time being I have manually set a power level of 2 to prevent any service outages. Is there any explanation as to why the power levels have changed so drastically?
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