Problema con Force 180

Buenos días.!

Mi caso es el siguiente, obtuve un Forcé 180, el cual le he configurado pero ala hora de conectar el equipo y verificar el monitoreo del siguiente de las frecuencias este solo me mira 3 o 2 frecuencia. y tengo mas de 8 en los puntos.

me podrían ayudar como darle solución al equipo.?
como mejorar la vista de los equipos si ya probe jugar con subir el Network Entry RSSI Threshold.

Not exactly sure if I understand you (my spanish is bad and g-translate wasnt much help) but just because you have 8 frequencies selected doesnt mean you will see an AP for each frequency. The AP list will only show what is available in that direction IF the AP meets the requirements of the SM (20mhz/40mhz channels, correct scann frequencieson both channel widths). So 4.5km away from a tower, you may see two or three APs.

Network entry threshold is used to eliminate APs from even being tried if the RSSI is too low and the SNR limits are used to prevent registration if the signal clairity is poor. If you are doing an area scan, set these to -100 and -5 snr and select your channel widths but no specific frequencies and you will see everything (eventually) that the SM can see.
Good operating thresholds are -76 and 10, this ensures that the SM has enough signal and clairity to provide continuous service without re-registering (service drops), but you will need to determine what is acceptable for your own network as a policy.

frequency monitoring? you mean a spectrum analysis?


así es el análisis de espectro…

You have to select the range of channels to review since epmp does not allow you to review all channels as it happens with other brands

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Not true, either select all or none and the epmp will step through each frequency of the specifiec channel size. If any frequency is selected then younlimit the search to the selected frequencies only. The main problem with stepping through so many frequencies is that it takes a long time to go through them and the number of channel sizes selected also multiplies the time it takes to search.