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Can I trust Auto Provision output from RF planner?

When I do Auto Provsion it gives me a number of access point is this number can be trusted?

Re: Can I trust Auto Provision output from RF planner?

Any output is only as good as the accuracy and viability of the data put in. So long as you are putting in the real desired speeds for your devices, and are being 100% honest and accurate with the environment slider and are accounting for the real and present RF obstacles (firewalls, stairwells, elevator shafts, etc), in my experience it's pretty accurate.

Jerrod Howard
Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer
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Re: Can I trust Auto Provision output from RF planner?

Thank you so much

Re: Can I trust Auto Provision output from RF planner?

Auto provision, if fed the right information (walls and requirements) will usually at least give you a starting point if you'd like and then access point location can be tweaked by you as you see fit.
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