Cisco Bug: CSCvv14005 - RF profile not applied properly on 3802P AP XOR radio with DART connector
Sep 01, 2020
- Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers
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Symptom: - Right now slot0 will copy slot1’s tx power dBm instead of the power level index. - I believe we can make the decision making better since we run into problems when facing a configuration that looks like this: - RF profile configured for APs to use 7dB ========RF Profile Min Transmit Power............................... 7 dBm Max Transmit Power............................... 7 dBm - Based on the channel and antenna gain used, those are the power levels on slot1. Slot 1 has no 7 dB level so it gets 6 ========Slot1: Serving Frequency: 5280Mhz Channel: 56 20MHz Configured Antenna Gain(dBi): 13 Configured Level: 2 Configured TxPower(dBm): 6 Total Supported Power Levels:4 Allowed total powers(dBm): 9 6 3 2 - Slot 0 check thats slot 1 is using 6dB, finds out it has no 6 db so it gets 4 - Slot 0 uses 6dB even though its got 7dB as one of its power levels ========Slot0: Serving Frequency: 5180Mhz Channel: 36 20MHz Configured Antenna Gain(dBi): 6 Configured Level: 5 Configured TxPower(dBm): 4 Total Supported Power Levels:6 Allowed total powers(dBm): 16 13 10 7 4 2 - Slot 0 should check what min/max transmit power is configured in the RF profile as well as what slot1 is using - On slot 1 maybe we can also check what power levels are allowed based on the RF profile before assigning a channel that wouldn't support that power level Conditions: - WLC image: 220.127.116.11 - 3802P/2802P APs used with a DART smart connecter and both radios on 5GHz.
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