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Contributor I

airmch and arm

Hi sir,

         I have a question!

         In the AOS 8 MM with md topology, I want to fix the channel and transmit power of one of the APs. How do I implement this?

          Also, does the arm work when I turn off the airmach?

Guru Elite

Re: airmch and arm

You need to use the "Airmatch AP freeze" command to statically set the access point power and channel.  http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_82_Web_Help/Web_Help_Index.htm#ArubaFrameStyles/1CommandList/ap_airmatch.htm?Highlight=freeze

 

When you freeze the channel and power, it stays like that.  If you unfreeze, Airmatch resumes working.

 

 

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Contributor I

Re: airmatch and arm

Thank you a lot.

 

So, I can understand that when I turn off Airmacth globally, arm will funcation,right?

Guru Elite

Re: airmatch and arm

When you execute a freeze, those access points have static channel and power.  All the rest of the access points function on their Airmatch channels and power.  ARM does not come into the picture, at all.

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Re: airmatch and arm

I don't believe you can turn off AirMatch globally, to do so you would have to do an AP Freeze on all APs, and even then it would still be enabled, but not applying the channel / power plan. If you have an MM, you are using Airmatch.

 

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