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ARM with Airmatch

My understanding is that in a MM/MC Airmatch is used, meaning ARM is ignored.

 

Does that mean any ref to ARM in your radio profile is completely ignored?

 

Example;

rf arm-profile "abccorp_a"
no 80MHz-support
min-tx-power 6
max-tx-power 12
scan-interval 30
free-channel-index 10
error-rate-wait-time 120
channel-quality-aware-arm
!
rf dot11a-radio-profile "abccorp_a_radio"
dot11h
arm-profile "abccorp_a"
max-channel-bandwidth 20MHz
eirp-min 6
eirp-max 12
!
wlan ssid-profile "abccorp"
essid "abccorp"
wpa-passphrase #########################################
opmode wpa2-psk-aes
a-basic-rates 24
a-tx-rates 24 36 48 54
g-basic-rates 24
g-tx-rates 24 36 48 54
local-probe-req-thresh 15
mcast-rate-opt
g-beacon-rate 24
a-beacon-rate 24
dot11r-profile "default"

Considering doing a 'no arm-profile "abccorp_a"' because it is pointless but doing so want to make sure that all settings in any ARM profile are ignored.

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Re: ARM with Airmatch

All settings are ignored in the ARM profile except the clientmatch references, so do not remove the ARM profile.  AP power range is set by airmatch at 5am by default using the values in the radio profile.


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