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deauth deassoc signals on Cisco Wireless Controller 2504

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our landlord is complaining the some of the tenants wireless signals are interfering with other, i have a Cisco Controller 2504. is there a setting on the controller to verify how far our AP signal goes?
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There is no setting that will say "the signal goes 100 feet", but you do have control over the power settings on the radios. Without performing a proper wireless survey, I have no direction to give you terms of how to adjust the power settings. Setting it too low could give you dead spots in your office, and setting it too high could be the cause of the complaints. By default the profile allows for maximum power.
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