Need help interpreting AP eval data

I have noticed on the AP eval page of our SMs (9.4.2) a new entry (below) that is not our equipment.

Index: 0 Frequency: 5735.00 MHz ESN: 0a-00-3e-d4-e0-05 Region: United States
Jitter: 6 Power Level: -81 dB Beacon Count: 36 BRcvW: 1 FECEn: 0
Type: SinglePoint Avail: 1 Age: 0 Lockout: 0 RegFail 0 Range: 0 feet TxBER: 1 EBcast: 0
Session Count: 0 NoLUIDS: 0 OutOfRange: 0 AuthFail: 0 EncryptFail: 0 Rescan Req: 0
NoVC’s: 0 VCRsvFail: 0 VCActFail: 0
FrameNumber: 1250 SectorID: 0 Color Code: 22 BeaconVersion: 1 SectorUserCount: 195
NumULHalfSlots: 17 NumDLHalfSlots: 54 NumULContSlots: 1
SM PPPoE: Not Supported

I believe that SinglePoint means it is a BHM, but what is confusing me is the SectorUserCount. It shows 195. Now on our APs this shows the number of SMs connected to the AP and on our old P7 SW scheduling BHs the SectorUserCount shows N/A. Do HW scheduling BHs report differently? Does this mean that the BH has 195 BHS connected to it, or does it mean that 195 SMs are connected behind the BH, or is this info to be ignored and not accurate?

If this BH is where I think it is it has 2 CMMs, 6 900APs, 6 2.4APs, and 2-3 5.7BHs connected behind it (Eth side).

Well an AP should say Multipoint avaliable:1 single point its new to me, it could be the AP does not have any free DL or UL slots open, 195 connections is a lot for 1 ap, even for PTP 100 or 200 Feeding a tower

I’m not sure what the PTP 100/200 Eval data looks like if its even displayed on an SM, we use PTP 500 and 600 I can sure tell you that company could sure use upgrading that link :slight_smile: