04-24-2014 02:27 AM
Hi all community members,
I have two identical IAP-105.
I did the same configuration on each (standalone AP, used as survey access points), but when I start them, AP5 starts both radios (2,4 & 5GHz) while AP6 starts only 2,4GHz radio.
If I start AP6 only, it starts both radios (5GHz after a while) and then I start AP5 and it starts both radios.
5GHz radios should respect a 60s delay (due to 802.11h DFS-TPC regulation in Europe) but AP6 waits a lot more to start this section.
Any advice ?
I can provide the two config file, but they are the same (except for AP name and keys/passphrases/passwords).
Nota Bene : Although I did the same config, the resulting config shows the two SSID sections in reverse order :
wlan ssid-profile AP5-bgn
wlan ssid-profile AP5-an
wlan ssid-profile AP6-an
wlan ssid-profile AP6-bgn
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04-24-2014 04:37 AM - edited 04-24-2014 04:41 AM
My experience with using APs for surveying is that if they decide to come up on channel 100 and above, it can take a good 4 mins or more before they start broadcasting. If you configure it to exclude channels 100-132, it should come up a lot quicker.
What channel were they eventually coming up on?
Obviously if you need to survey on those channels, you have to live with that delay.
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ACCP, ACMP, ACMX #294
04-24-2014 05:07 AM
Thank you for this quick answer.
I have to double check, but as far as I remember, both IAP started on channels above 100...
Still I'ml wondering why the two IAP behave differently (AP #5 works as expected, i.e. 5GHz up 60s after 2,4GHz)...
Nevermind, I will do some additionnal tests and post the results in this thread and then I shall mark it as closed if the long delay is confirmed (4-5mn are still acceptable in a site survey context).
Have a nice day.
04-24-2014 08:55 AM