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RF Band Setting is AP System Profile g or a

Hello all,

 

This may be a stupid question, but I don't understand the RF band setting in the System Profile of an AP group.  We have AP-215s and it is set to g.

 

We have both 5 GHZ and a dwindling 2.4 GHZ base connecting now.

 

What does this setting drive and how does it affect users connecting?

 

Thanks

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Re: RF Band Setting is AP System Profile g or a

It is only active when you have an access point that only has a single radio. We no longer sell those types of access points.

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Re: RF Band Setting is AP System Profile g or a

Thank you for the prompt repsonse.

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Re: RF Band Setting is AP System Profile g or a

For a complete answer, when an access point only had a single radio (ap-61, ap93), it would decide what band would be active for that access point in that ap-group (because you only have one).  Again, we don't sell single-radio access points any more, so it would only apply to users who still have those access points...


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