02-24-2011 08:51 AM
I've been using Airwave to run some custom reports to show where we are currently over- and under-subscribed.
One report that I'm real interested in generating has to do with the "User Signal Distribution" widget on the main page. I'd like to generate a report that shows me where people are connecting with weak signals. I believe this will help me patch problems that currently exist in our design.
Does anyone have a recommendation to generate that report?
02-24-2011 02:46 PM
The RF Health report might also be helpful, and VisualRF is a good tool for identifying areas with poor coverage.
If you have shell access and want to get a more detailed look at which folders have lots of users with weak signals, the following command would be a good start:
The output would be something like this:folder | client_count
Library | 143
Village Square | 123
Mortuary | 111
West BP | 85
East TL | 75
The client_count column represents the per-folder count of how many users are in the lowest bar of your graph.
02-26-2011 02:02 PM
Thanks for the awesome command! I very much appreciate it.
When I ran the command, I only received 4 - 5 users in different areas that had a low signal. Does the command extrapolate that data in real time? If so, do you know how often the "User Signal Distribution" widget samples data?
Thanks for your great help!
03-01-2011 09:21 AM