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    1. DRM stands for Dynamic Radio Management (the parameter is off by default), it is recommended to be enabled under the RF Profile configuration on a per band basis.

      For example, during the presentation it was illustrated how “5G Low” and “5G High” radio configuration options could be enabled for the Stellar access point models AP1230’s; where DRM together with a predefined channel list helps to provide sufficient isolation between channels to minimize channel interference.

    1. Hi Carlota,

      The IEEE 802.11k and 802.11v supplemental standards were referenced during the presentation. The .11k standard enables APs and clients to dynamically measure the available radio resources. When those standards are enabled, the Stellar APs and the clients (which also need to support those standards) send neighbor reports, beacon reports, and link measurement reports to each other so the sticky-client issue can be eliminated.

  1. Hello Felipe, what types of wi-fi QoE measurements can OmniVista Cirrus 10.x provide to help fine-tune the wireless network? Thank you for the presentation.

    1. Hi Erin,

      OmniVista Cirrus 10.1 provides a QoE Dashboard that is used to examine the overall QoE metric values for a specific set of Access Points defined in a selected scope. For example, for the entire organization, sites, buildings, or floors. The dashboard monitors five QoE metrics: successful connects; time-to-connect; coverage; roaming; and available capacity.

      These key measurements help influence the quality of the user’s experience while securely connecting and roaming on a Stellar wireless network.

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