What standard does the Aerohive Roaming use?

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We have a customer that is using the AP230s and are experiencing roaming problems with one particular app (it uses named pipes). We were told by support that it's probably a client issue, but the customer wanted to know what standard the roaming uses so they can further troubleshoot their client devices.

Does anyone know?
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We preemptively share client keys with the physically adjacent access points shortly after connection time, so that when/if you roam the AP you attempt to connect to already has the keys. Other vendors have called similar behavior Opportunistic Key Caching,mor something similar.
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