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can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

i have looked at this and there are no devices conencted to it yeet it is saying it is 42% utilised and 2% utilised, what does this mean???

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

Hello @wozzzzz,

 

The channel utilization, try switching channels.

 

 

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

ok, i thought it meant the amount of traffic that was going through the access point and the amount it can handle.

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

The amount of traffic is sown in Details sections on the same popup tab as pkts and Activity. Also shown in Devices table.
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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

ignore it

 

set radios to auto

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

they are set to auto.

when it changes channels, does it disconnect any of the connected computers??

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

Hello @wozzzzz,

 

Yeah it will kick people for the provision.

 

 

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Re: can someone explain that these AP stats mean??

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Don’t use auto. 

 

Her some radio tips in a nutshell. 

 

On 2,4ghz Try to limited you channel

use to 1, 6 and 11 that are only channels who don’t overlap and interfere. 

 

Do a network radio scan on that accespoint  and see if the are is les radio airtime on one of the 3 channels. 

 

If the problem is al lot are time/interfere on channel 2,3,4,5 and 7,8,9,0 Go find that AP and pulled it off the wall.  Check if it a AC-capable AP 

if yes switch the channel to 1,6,11 if not burn it so  you sure the don’t going to use it again. 

 

If the are more AP’s/ssids then the 3 channels put the AP on the channel the lowers interfering/ cooperation AP channel of 1.6.11

 

it is better share the same channels. The ap’s will start cooperating and share the are time. That’s why you have to burn all old AP’s whiteout AC because there will slowdown the cooperating. the WiFi wil get the speed of the slowest standard. Because the can handel less data p/s so the take more airtime to sent data. 

If the AP are not on the same channel but in 2,3,4,5 channels the will interference and don’t cooperate. And the start a fight about air-time and nobody can win so everyone will experience bad WiFi. 

 

If you are in control of all the AP on the channels 1, 6, 11 and you have a lot off AP’s on small place because a high density use of devices.

And experience a high use airtime whiteout a high use of clients. You can tweak the beacon intervals and sizes. But that is only for experience high skilled intergrator. Probably you break more than you fix. And if you use real time applications dont touch the beacon setting. You wil kill your real time applications. 

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