06-06-2012 12:59 PM
Recently, I started really analyzing our daily RF health reports, and started to notice a section that appears every now and then labeled "Problem XX GHz Radios".
I'm pretty curious on what classifies a radio as a "Problem Radio" with in this report. I can't seem to find any thing in the AirWave documentation regarding it, and was wondering if anyone else knew.
09-21-2012 09:18 AM
For the RF Health report, problem radios are radios that violate 2 or more thresholds.
The following theshold values are hardcoded for the RF Health Report:
average noise greater or equal to -80
average channel utilization greater or equal to 75
MAC / Phy errors greater or equal to 1000
Interfering device count greater or equal to 1
Most often, you'll see that the MAC/Phy errors and Interfering device counts are the triggering thresholds since they are the easiest to set off in most environments.
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company