Hi Guys,

I'm just wondering how I should read below outcome from show acsp channel-info details:

Channel 1 Cost:21

Probability factor: -10

Channel deduction: 2 (CU: 15%, TxU: 0%, IU: 2%, CRC: 1%)

Neighbor adjustments: 31

Neighboring access points: 8

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 41

Aggregate interference 26

Interference number: 1

Penalty on channel: 41

Wide channel penalty: 41

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

Channel 6 Cost:2

Probability factor: 2

Channel deduction: 28 (CU: 99%, TxU: 0%, IU: 99%, CRC: 0%)

Neighbor adjustments: 0

Neighboring access points: 0

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 0

Aggregate interference 0

Interference number: 0

Penalty on channel: 0

Wide channel penalty: 0

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

Channel 11 Cost:14

Probability factor: -11

Channel deduction: 0 (CU: 1%, TxU: 0%, IU: 0%, CRC: 0%)

Neighbor adjustments: 25

Neighboring access points: 1

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 29

Aggregate interference 14

Interference number: 1

Penalty on channel: 29

Wide channel penalty: 29

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

I check how many SSID are on each channel using show acsp neighbor command I can see on channel 1 five other SSID ( 3 of them are visible with around -40 RSSI). On channels 6 and 11 we got just one SSID per channel ( RSSI's are -63 for channel 11 and -82 for channel 6).

Most important statistic when you are checking those details is "Aggregate interference" and AP is choosing channel based on this statistic ? What other statistics mean ( penalty on channel ,probability factor and Channel deduction ?) Why for channel 6 channel deduction showing below statistics

(CU: 99%, TxU: 0%, IU: 99%, CRC: 0%) is this all right if some of them are reaching 99% ?

Am I reading those statistics correctly or just wrong :)

Thanks for any help how to read those details ....

Szymon

I'm just wondering how I should read below outcome from show acsp channel-info details:

Channel 1 Cost:21

Probability factor: -10

Channel deduction: 2 (CU: 15%, TxU: 0%, IU: 2%, CRC: 1%)

Neighbor adjustments: 31

Neighboring access points: 8

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 41

Aggregate interference 26

Interference number: 1

Penalty on channel: 41

Wide channel penalty: 41

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

Channel 6 Cost:2

Probability factor: 2

Channel deduction: 28 (CU: 99%, TxU: 0%, IU: 99%, CRC: 0%)

Neighbor adjustments: 0

Neighboring access points: 0

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 0

Aggregate interference 0

Interference number: 0

Penalty on channel: 0

Wide channel penalty: 0

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

Channel 11 Cost:14

Probability factor: -11

Channel deduction: 0 (CU: 1%, TxU: 0%, IU: 0%, CRC: 0%)

Neighbor adjustments: 25

Neighboring access points: 1

Maximum RSSI among same hive neighbors: 29

Aggregate interference 14

Interference number: 1

Penalty on channel: 29

Wide channel penalty: 29

Overlapping channel adjustments: 0

Tx power limit adjustments: 0 (Max Tx power: 20 dBm)

I check how many SSID are on each channel using show acsp neighbor command I can see on channel 1 five other SSID ( 3 of them are visible with around -40 RSSI). On channels 6 and 11 we got just one SSID per channel ( RSSI's are -63 for channel 11 and -82 for channel 6).

Most important statistic when you are checking those details is "Aggregate interference" and AP is choosing channel based on this statistic ? What other statistics mean ( penalty on channel ,probability factor and Channel deduction ?) Why for channel 6 channel deduction showing below statistics

(CU: 99%, TxU: 0%, IU: 99%, CRC: 0%) is this all right if some of them are reaching 99% ?

Am I reading those statistics correctly or just wrong :)

Thanks for any help how to read those details ....

Szymon