06-03-2014 06:11 AM
Not exactly community feedback but I haven't got a clue where else to drop this so here it is.. please forward where it needs to go.
The 6.3 User Guide (page 467) still explains Non-Wi-Fi Interference Immunity as having only 5 levels.
This has been changed waaaaaay back in 188.8.131.52 to have 17 levels.
Might want to get this corrected before 6.4 is released.
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06-03-2014 07:39 AM
Thanks Koen. We'll get this in front of the right people.
For those not familiar with the setting, it was adjusted from 0-5 to 0-16 starting in version 184.108.40.206. The 0-5 levels map to the 0-16 levels as shown below; 0-3 have the same effect. However, keep in mind, this is a setting that you should only use when there is extreme network degredation due to non-wifi interference. It reduces coverage size and max throughput. Also, legacy APs (12x and ealier) will only change behavior with levels 0-3 and 13-14. Consult TAC if you have specific questions.
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