I'd have a question about reported signal strength in the CAPsMAN registration table:
I've a setup with a central router running CAPsMAN and 3 APs.
I'd like to prevent clients to connect to an AP with a weak signal - so i implemented the following access list:
As far as i understood correctly, -70dbm should be a good value for that.
My problem is: Clients report much better signal than the AP in the CAPsMAN registration table:
In that case, everything's still fine - but often, the signal strength reported by CAPsMAN is below the 70 and the client gets kicked from the best possible AP.
If i disable the access list, the client connects fine and reports a good signal strength - everything works although clients tend to connect to APs with bad connectivity or keep connected to an AP while moving with the same result.
What did i misinterpret?
Is 70 not the desired treshold value?
If i set it to 80 for example, clients again start to connect to bad APs - so the value seems to be important.
I am a little bit clueless ... every tip would be appreciated very much
Thanks in advance from Salzburg, Austria!