Radio gives toggled choices concerning Short Guard Interval and Aggregation, along with fields in which to enter information. You can enter:
- Beacon Interval
- RTS Threshold
- Maximum Client
- Client Inactivity Timeout
Each of these is available for 2.4 GHZ and 5 GHZ.
On the Radio screen, there is a field for enabling or disabling RSSI, and for setting a threshold limit. in a high density WiFi deployment, the user can set a desired RSSI Threshold on SonicWave by using this feature. When a SonicWave goes off to prevent a low RSSI client connection, the client device can navigate to a nearby access point and get a higher connection rate and quality.
Click OK to return to the General screen.
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