We're starting to deploy some outdoor APs for the first time, so my experience is new. One odd thing I'm seeing is that the same exact models, are displaying different 5GHz MaxEIRP values. I thought the MaxEIRP was a feature of the hardware and the Country support? So far the AP-277s have come up with MaxEIRP values of 28.5, 31, and 31.5. Is this normal and related to which 5GHz channel they're on?
Name ▲ AP Group ▲ AP IP ▼ Outer AP IP AP Type .bg Clients/Channel/ EIRP/MaxEIRP/Standard .a Clients/Channel/ EIRP/MaxEIRP/Standard Enet 1 ▲ IPSEC ▲ Uptime ▲ PPPoE ▲ Flags ap-nc03-100a-1 Outdoor15 10.2.112.250 N/A 277 53/1/21/30.5/n(20) 36/153-/27/31/ac(40) Standby disable 2h:24m:34s disable A2da ap-nc32-100c-1 Outdoor15 10.2.122.199 N/A 277 19/6/21/30.5/n(20) 11/161-/27/31.5/ac(40) Standby disable 23h:0m:14s disable A2da ap-nc32-100f-1 Outdoor15 10.2.122.222 N/A 277 68/1/21/30.5/n(20) 38/36+/27/28.5/ac(40) Standby disable 4d:2h:26m:10s disable A2da ap-nc32-100k-1 Outdoor15 10.2.122.230 N/A 277 17/1/15/30.5/n(20) 54/48-/27/28.5/ac(40) Standby disable 1d:2h:54m:59s disable A2da ap-nc34-1c-1 Outdoor15 10.2.54.238 N/A 277 3/11/15/30.5/n(20) 7/157+/27/31.5/ac(40) Standby disable 4d:4h:58m:41s disable A2da ap-nc36-102-1 Outdoor15 10.2.148.239 N/A 277 4/11/15/30.5/n(20) 13/40-/27/28.5/ac(40) Standby disable 4h:49m:38s disable A2da
Please see the thread here: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Access/EIRP-anomaly/m-p/61742/highlight/true#M562
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