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WCS 4.0 - RRM Thresholds

I have alot of interference thresholds beening set off with the default 10%. I have a dense deployment and I am sure it is co channel interference. Does anyone have a recommendation what this threshold should be set at to point out "real" world issues ?

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Re: WCS 4.0 - RRM Thresholds

Unwanted RF signals in the same frequency band that can lead to a degradation or loss of service is interference. These signals can either be from 802.11 or non-802.11 sources. Refer URL

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_tech_note09186a008072c759.shtml#key_terms

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Re: WCS 4.0 - RRM Thresholds

imagnusson,

I agree. I also have a dense population of access points and am getting some interference alarms due to the default settings. Since the last response only gave us a definition of "interference", maybe someone can tell us what they have done to change the thresholds to control alarms.

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Re: WCS 4.0 - RRM Thresholds

Interference - from other 802.11 devices

Noise - from non-802.11 devices operating in the same frequency as the APs.

The thresholds for each can be configured via Configure --> Templates (or controller) --> 802.11a or b/g --> RRM Thresholds

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