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Re: Intel Centrino 6205 and AP-225 headaches

You can assign an 802.11k profile for each SSID, so yes, you can turn it off or on.

 

Most clients don't support or leverage 802.11k anyways so you can turn it off without any ill effect.


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Re: Intel Centrino 6205 and AP-225 headaches

Thanks Colin,

 

Just wanted to confirm. A large portion of clients on my environment are smart phones (iPhones and Androids). Would roaming be negatively affected if I did this?

 

Best Regards,

Sean

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Re: Intel Centrino 6205 and AP-225 headaches

Roaming will definitely work without 802.11k


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