Maps - cached data?

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I'm using the maps in a newly deployed environment with about 30 APs. All are AP230. My map data has to recalculate with every option I select. If I want to view 2.4 versus 5GHz data, it displays "calculating channel map .... " for at least a couple of minutes. Even then it can't calculate the RSSI data for a couple APs if they don't have enough devices connected.

Is there some way I can use cached data from the last few hours for channel, RSSI, and interference? 
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Posted 4 years ago

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under operations In the Global settings you can do a predictive by unchecking Calibrate

I am have similar issues with the AP230s

No RSSI measurements in the range between -40 and -90 dBm are available for a bunch of APs
Please try increasing the RSSI range for calibration in global settings for maps, or clear "Calibrate heat maps" to use predictive heat maps instead