How to Determine Received Signal Strength of an Access Point

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I am setting up a wireless bridge in a very large warehouse. I am using Cisco 2702e access points with AIR-ANT2566P4W-R antennas. The access points are running in autonomous mode. I am trying to determine the receive signal strength through the access point. I looked for a RSSI value but could not find one in the GUI interface.

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Rootofevil1516Asked:
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Craig BeckCommented:
You can see the received signal (in dBm) in the association status for the non-root bridge in the root bridge's GUI.
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