Push 30mhz setting

Is there a way to push a config to connected subscriber modules on a per AP basis. I am wanting to add the 30Mhz checkbox to SM’s on a specific AP. If this has been answered already I will pull this down.

Thanks,

Yes, you’ll need to create a JSON template with the desired config and then you can either push it out to one or more radios immediately or at a scheduled time.

Here’s a JSON template that I think should do what you’re looking for:

{
	"userParameters": {
		"smRadioConfig": {
			"bandwidthScanList": [
				300
			]
		}
	}
}

Here’s what a sample config template would look like:

When playing around with JSON templates I like to validate them at https://jsonlint.com/

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You can multi-select and configure just the SMs you are interested in by navigating to the Configuration tab at the System, Network or Tower level and select PMP (Sectors) in the Device Type drop down menu. You’ll be able to expand out APs and individually select SMs or click the Select SMs checkbox listed next to an AP to select all its SM.

Then you’ll be able to apply a configuration template to all of the SMs at once.

Thank you, Worked like a charm. The JSON template above didn’t work but I was able to get one that fit my needs.

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	"userParameters": {

		"smRadioConfig": {
			"powerUpMode": 0,
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			"maxTxPowerEnable": 0,
			"apSelection": 0,
			"maxTxPower": 27,
			"bandwidthScanList": [
				200,
				300
			]

		}
	}
}
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Oops, thank you @Simon_King , when I pasted it in the code broke apart for some reason

No problem :slight_smile:

This site uses CommonMark for formatting posts, and in CommonMark, code blocks are indicated either by starting a line with 4 spaces or by putting triple-backticks above and below it. Unfortunately, when you paste in something like JSON without marking it as a code block, the lines that start with at least 4 spaces are turned into code blocks but the lines without that indent are left as-is. Also, the site “helpfully” converts plain ASCII "double-quotes" into “smart quotes”, which are invalid in JSON.

The best way to include JSON in a post is to use triple-backticks, and also to include the json language tag for syntax highlighting.

ie.

```json
{
    "key1": "value1",
    "key2": "value2"
}
```

becomes

{
    "key1": "value1",
    "key2": "value2"
}
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