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Power management vs ARM

Hello,

I have understood what ARM is but, when trying to disable it on my Controller, I found option "Power Management" in WLAN>Network>General and I don't really know what is this for. This option has anything to do with ARM?

I found plenty information about ARM in Aruba manuals but nothing about this "Power Management" option.

Can anyone help me?

Thank you very much!
Josué Iglesias
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Screenshot

Josue,

You might want to send a screenshot of page that you are referring to, so we can speak to it.


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Power Management, screenshot


Josue,

You might want to send a screenshot of page that you are referring to, so we can speak to it.




Here you have!
Aruba Employee
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Registered: ‎04-02-2007

Re: Power management vs ARM

I believe that has to do with respecting client power management. That is a 2.5 screen shot right? Any plans to upgrade? Also, why did you decide not to use ARM?

-awl
Andy Logan, ACDX
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Re: Power management vs ARM


I believe that has to do with respecting client power management. That is a 2.5 screen shot right? Any plans to upgrade? Also, why did you decide not to use ARM?

-awl



We don't want ARM because we use WiFi signal power to measure PDA positions, so we want a signal power as stable as possible.

And what is "client power managment" about? Could I find some information about this in any manual?

Thanks again.
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ARM and power


We don't want ARM because we use WiFi signal power to measure PDA positions, so we want a signal power as stable as possible.

And what is "client power managment" about? Could I find some information about this in any manual?

Thanks again.




What are you using to measure PDA positions? The Aruba Controller should see the same signal strength from the client regardless of the power that the access point is putting out.


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Re: Power management vs ARM



We measure signal strength received in the PDAs installing in the PDA some programs we made. Because of this we don't want to use ARM and we'd like to know what is "power management" option about.

MVP
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Registered: ‎04-03-2007

802.11h?

I think that is the transmit power control option, part of 802.11h. Aruba folks can confirm.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmit_Power_Control#Transmit_Power_Control
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