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Airmatch Question

Hi,


Just a question regarding Airmatch on Mobility Master.

If this is enabled and then at one of the sites below the RF profiles are configured for ARM - will Airmatch still work or will the RF arm profiles take precedent ?

 

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Re: Airmatch Question

AirMatch will take precedence over ARM. So for example, any power levels set in ARM will be ignored. 


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Re: Airmatch Question

You can assign the power levels under the Radio Profile instead of the ARM profile

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Victor Fabian
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Re: Airmatch Question

To be honest, when an MM is deployed, the ARM settings are ignored, except for the client match settings. As was said, the radio profiles are used to configure power ranges and channels widths.

In ArubaOS 8.5 they have started hiding ARM settings when an MM is deployed.

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