We have six access points that always seem to have high utilization (some APs sit at 89% with only 12 connected clients), we are in a large building with a number of interfering neighboring APs.
We experience low download speeds across the WiFi (around 75% lower than ethernet connectivity), and I was wondering if it's because of the interference or maybe a few settings can be changed on the controller?
I can divulge various AP controller settings if needed.
Thanks for the reply!
Thought it might be useful to chuck the configuration down to see if anything stands out as a 'no no'.
armwide-bands 5ghz80mhz-supportmin-tx-power 18max-tx-power 127band-steering-mode prefer-5ghzair-time-fairness-mode fair-accessclient-awarescanningclient-matchclient-match calc-threshold 20client-match slb-mode 2
rf dot11g-radio-profileinterference-immunity 3rf dot11a-radio-profileinterference-immunity 3
wlan ssid-profile Main_Wifienableindex 0type employeeessid Main_Wifiopmode wpa2-psk-aesmax-authentication-failures 5auth-server InternalServerrf-band allcaptive-portal disabledtim-period 1inactivity-timeout 1000broadcast-filter arpblacklistdmo-channel-utilization-threshold 90local-probe-req-thresh 0
All APs face the same issue, throughout the day they hit 85%+ utilisation across both 2.5 and 5.
We have 200 devices across these APs :)
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