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feature is disabled by default. For details, see “Spectrum Load Balancing”. Spectrum load balancing mode The spectrum load balancing mode allows you to allows control over how to balance clients. Select one of the following options: channel : Channel-based load-balancing balances clients across channels. This is the default load-balancing mode radio : Radio-based load-balancing balances clients across APs. Table 43 802.11a/802.11g RF Management Configuration Parameters (Continued) Parameter Description
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ArubaOS 6.1 | User Guide Secure Enterprise Mesh | 243 Spectrum Load Balancing Interval Specify how often spectrum load balancing calculations are made (in seconds). The supported range is 1-2147483647 seconds and the default value is 30 seconds. Spectrum Load Balancing threshold If the spectrum load balancing feature is enabled, this parameter controls the percentage difference between number of clients on a channel that triggers load balancing. The default value is 20%, meaning that spectrum load balancing is activated when there are 20% more clients on one channel than on another channel used by the AP radio. Advertised Regulatory Max EIRP Work around a known issue on Cisco 7921G telephones by specifying a cap for a radio’s maximum equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP). When you enable this parameter, even if the regulatory approved maximum for a given channel is higher than this EIRP cap, the AP radio using this profile will advertise only this capped maximum EIRP in its radio beacons. The supported range is 1-31dBm. Spectrum Load Balancing Domain Enter a spectrum load balancing domain name to manually create RF neighborhoods. Use this option to create RF neighborhood information for networks that have disabled Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) scanning and channel assignment. If spectrum load balancing is enabled in a 802.11a or 802.11g radio profile but the spectrum load balancing domain is not defined, ArubaOS uses the ARM feature to calculate RF neighborhoods. If spectrum load balancing is enabled in a 802.11a or 802.11g radio profile and a spectrum load balancing domain is also defined, AP radios belonging to the same spectrum load balancing domain will be considered part of the same RF neighborhood for load balancing, and will not recognize RF neighborhoods defined by the ARM feature. RX Sensitivity Tuning Based Channel Reuse In some dense deployments, it is possible for APs to hear other APs on the same channel. This creates co-channel interference and reduces the overall utilization of the channel in a given area. Channel reuse enables dynamic control over the receive (Rx) sensitivity in order to improve spatial reuse of the channel. This feature is disabled by default. To enable this feature, click the RX Sensitivity Tuning Based Channel Reuse drop-down list and select either static or dynamic . To disable this feature, click the RX Sensitivity Tuning Based Channel Reuse drop-down list and select disable . For details on each of these modes, see “RX Sensitivity Tuning Based Channel Reuse”. Note: Do not enable the Channel Reuse feature if Non 802.11 Interference Immunity
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