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Cisco Wireless Controller 5508

Hello,

I was wondering if anyone could offer suggestions on how to improve wireless performance on a Cisco 5508 controller.

I am told right below the AP there is little to no signal.

I understand there could be multiple reasons for this, any suggestions for improvements ?

There are 3702 and 1131 AP's
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Craig BeckCommented:
How are you measuring the signal?
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jac1991Author Commented:
Air magnet
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Craig BeckCommented:
Ok, so what values are you seeing in terms of RSSI and SNR?
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jac1991Author Commented:
RSSI threshold -80db
RSSI low check  un checked


802.11b > RRM > Coverage
Apply
General

Enable Coverage Hole Detection (checked)
Coverage Threshold

Data RSSI (-60 to -90 dBm)      
-80
Voice RSSI (-60 to -90 dBm)      
-80
Min Failed Client Count per AP (1 to 75)      
3
Coverage exception level per AP (0 to 100 %)      
25


RF Parameters

Mode      
Minimum RSSI      
-85
dBm
Hysteresis      
3
dB
Scan Threshold      
-72
dBm
Transition Time      
5
Seconds



802.11b > RRM > General
Apply
Profile Threshold For Traps

Interference (0 to 100%)      
10
Clients (1 to 200)      
12
Noise (-127 to 0 dBm)      
-70
Utilization (0 to 100%)      
80
Noise/Interference/Rogue/CleanAir1 Monitoring Channels

Channel List      
Monitor Intervals (60 to 3600 secs)

Channel Scan Interval      
180
Neighbor Packet Frequency      
60
Factory Default

Set all Auto RF 802.11b parameters to Factory Default.
Set to Factory Default
Foot Notes

1. CleanAir monitoring is done on these channels only when the AP is in monitor mode.

802.11b > RRM > Tx Power Control(TPC)
Apply
TPC Version

Interference Optimal Mode (TPCv2)
Coverage Optimal Mode (TPCv1)
Tx Power Level Assignment Algorithm

Power Level Assignment Method      
      Automatic      
Every 600 secs
       
      On Demand      Invoke Power Update Once
       
      Fixed      
Maximum Power Level Assignment (-10 to 30 dBm)      
30
Minimum Power Level Assignment (-10 to 30 dBm)      
-10
Power Assignment Leader      
wmh-ct5508 (172.16.1.189)
Last Power Level Assignment      
495 secs ago
Power Threshold (-80 to -50 dBm)      
-70
Power Neighbor Count      
3


Packet RSSI Location Config Parameters3

Enable Packet RSSI Location      (unchecked)
    Packet Detection RSSI Minimum (dBm)      
    -100
    Scan Count Threshold for Idle Client Detection      
    10


    Persistent Devices

     
     
    Class Type      Channel      DC(%)      RSSI(dBm)      Last Seen Time

    Microwave Oven
     
    6
     
    25
     
    -62
     
    Tue Oct 31 16:33:40 2017
     
    channel            DC         RSSI
    11             12       -57
     
    Tue Oct 31 02:34:50 2017


    Tx Power

    # Supported Power Levels 1      
    8
    Tx Power Configuration      
    Globally Controlled
    Current Tx Power Level      
    1

    802.11 AP Interfaces > Performance Profile
    < Back      Apply
    Interface Type      
    802.11b/g/n
    AP Name      
    WMH912461
    AP ID      
    1
    Profile Parameters Globally Controlled      
     

    Interference(0 to 100%)      
    10
    Clients (1 to 200)      
    12
    Noise (-127 to 0 dBm)      
    -70
    Coverage (3 to 50 dB)      
    12
    Utilization (0 to 100%)      
    80
    Coverage Exception Level(0 to 100 %)      
    25
    Data Rate (1 to 1000 Kbps)      
    1000
    Client Min Exception Level(1 to 200)      
    3
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    Craig BeckCommented:
    What are you seeing from the client in Airmagnet?
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    jac1991Author Commented:
    Adjusting those settings helped

    Thanks a lot !
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