Or…Is it possible to create smaller RF neighborhoods in AOS 8.x & load balance clients, across channels, accordingly?Slowly thinking my way through my 6.5.x > 8.5.x migrations…. Already encountered the unfortunate lack of Mode Aware in AirMatch.Curious to know if Spectrum Load Balancing & SLB Domains are still supported in AOS 8.x to create smaller sub-RF Neighborhoods (think, lecture halls & auditoriums with more the 3 APs).I would assume that this falls in ClientMatch's domain; however the SLB configs are still in the RF Profile - which means nothing since Mode Aware is also listed somewhere (I know that ARM is still employed in stand-alone nodes).TIA-Raf
Thank you,Yes, I've gathered that…. I believe the documentation states that legacy ARM is only used on stand-alone controllers, so the only way forwarded is to use AirMatch.
The question remains, Is it possible to configure smaller RF Neighborhoods (RF/SLB-Domains), so that ClientMatch (I'm assuming) can load balance clients in a specific room / area?If not, what are the recommendations when migrating specific AP-groups with SLB & SLB domains specified?What are differences between ClientMatch in AOS 8.x & 6.5 when you want to ensure clients are only balanced to the various channels in a defined room/area?
My guess is that AOS 8.x is simply better at everything, since besides the STM & insight / monitoring issues, no one else seems to saying anything negative regarding any RF oddities.
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